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I enjoy finding real-life examples of stuff to run on-line, then trying to figure out how to implement them as web services. Today, let’s try to do this with a blackjack API. To make this a web service problem, let’s have a second program which is a GUI interface to this API, like a skin, that can be marketed through your personal website. This is not the ideal to program this; we’re only doing this as a web service testing example. Usually, I begin these articles by asking what the input and output “variables” are, but not this time. Why? Because the arguments are going to vary, because the commands are going to vary. So let’s try to figure out what kinds of commands are going to be issued, before we figure out how to handle them. And let’s simplify this by making this a game, not actual gambling, so that a high level of security and regulation does not enter the picture. We’re just playing a game, where there are no real wins or losses to cause actual financial impact.
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