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About XML and Web Services for Lotus Notes Domino

Because the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Web services are such an omnipresent part of the Internet, Lotus Notes Domino developers must understand how to code Web applications to work with them. Discover tips, tutorials and code that will help you develop Lotus Notes Domino applications that take advantage of XML and Web services.