Water is a new object-oriented, prototype-based, multiparadigm, native Web services programming language that allows programming in XML syntax. It is an open language designed to simplify creating new Web services. It is very flexible and adheres to a "Learn Once, Use Everywhere" philosophy where data, logic, and presentation have a uniform representation.
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Water: Simplified Web Services and XML Programming
By Mike Plusch; John Wiley and Sons, 2002, ISBN 0764525360. In-depth introductory guide, hands-on tutorials, over 1,000 examples include source code, output; organized in 6 parts; author is Water co-creator. [Amazon.com]
Yahoo Groups: Water Language
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Start-up Aims to Simplify XML
Clear Methods says XML programming must be simplified, so it created Water, a general-purpose language that can replace the many languages programmers need to master to produce Web services. [CNET News.com] (July 24, 2003)
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