To connect a service, developers don’t need to write code from scratch, they can integrate a ready service – usually, after choosing a suitable approach, like REST vs SOAP. We’ll review them in our video. As always, we’ll first clarify the terms. The first one is SOAP, which means Simple Object Access Protocol. It provides access to web services. The next tool is REST. It stands for Representational State Transfer and refers to architectural rules used when building APIs.
In our video, we'll compare them by the following aspects: 1 - Protocol vs Architectural Style 2 - Language 3 - Bandwidth Usage 4 - Internal logic 5 - Language Compatibility and Implementation