Web Services

What is a Web Service?

A web service is one of the key ways to develop re-usable behavior that can be “re-used” over and over by multiple different applications. Functionality that is determined to be re-used across multiple applications should be centralized into one place – a web service. Not only will this help save you time and money, you will end up with a cleaner and more solid architecture overall in your applications.
It is imperative that documentation be fully detailed out for developers who need to use it or enhance it.

Many organizations fail to do this and it much of the time it costs the hiring organization thousands of dollars to have it documented down the road or even enhanced when it could have cost them near nothing. Documentation is one of our top priorities. We will make sure you have exactly what you need to move forward in the most cost effective way possible.

What we can do for you

McNally Software has spent countless hours creating solid Web Services to centralize logic that is considered to be re-usable. The key to a great overall architecture is ensuring re-use.
Centralizing behaviors in a single location that can be used by multiple applications (instead of a single application) makes for less coding, less money spent, a more sound software architecture. We use the most up-to-date technology to give you the gift a web service can provide. With high performing, quality, clean logic, we will develop a completely custom re-usable web service and integrate it with your applications that need to use the logic. Over-time, the web service we create for you will save you plenty of time and money.
We will provide you with amazing documentation inclusive with a well detailed user manual and developer training if required. Our work is 100% guaranteed to meet your business objectives.


Web Service Documentation

One of our core principles here at McNally Software is documenting all of our work so our clients have something to run with down the road. A Web Service is just one of those things that ‘need’ extensive documentation. This documentation tells its user (usually a developer) the contract the service declares allowing the developer to use it. What parameters should be passed to it and what can they expect in response from the web service. In the end, you can expect to have a complete user manual, design documentation (such as flow charts, diagrams and the latter).


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