Last week's essay introduced an asymmetry. It described a future where Radio could more easily consume foreign web services. This week's essay corrects that imbalance by taking you through the steps of constructing WSDL for WebServices hosted by Radio 8 for more easy consumption by numerous environments as diverse as PHP and .Net.
In my vision of the (hopefully not too distant) future, Radio would automatically detect updated web services, generate the appropriate WSDL and upstream the results. Subscribing to a new web service would be as easy as clicking on that little XML coffee cup over there on the right.
Without further ado:
A Busy Developers Guide to WSDL 1.1.