Sat Jan 14 2012 12:48 Mobile API Design - Thinking Beyond REST — Stereoplex: XMLHttpRequest is the most popular, and worst, web service client
Fri Jan 13 2012 15:05 WebSockets versus REST… fight! « Nathan Evans' Nemesis of the Moment: My gut feel is there's a category error here, but I am interested in Web Sockets and this is a good place to start
Thu Sep 29 2011 15:25 http://readthedocs.org/docs/restful-api-design/en/latest/forms.html: For reference; I don't think it will catch on
Fri Apr 22 2011 16:21 Shopping for APIs - O'Reilly Radar: Hmm, that doesn't sound good: "The unique thing about Etsy is that the products available through it are handmade. We see the world of APIs in the same light."
Thu Apr 21 2011 00:42 InfoQ: REST and the Web as a Platform, with Subbu Allamaraju: Another random namecheck
Sun Feb 27 2011 01:51 Webcast: Netflix and the Second Coming of the Internet: As I try to figure out what is in peoples' heads when they say "API"
Mon May 10 2010 13:20 Adam Parrish · Social network APIs: A revised lexical analysis: Adam Parrish is the linguistics arm of my RESTful propaganda operation.
Sun Jan 24 2010 20:19 http://www.infoq.com/presentations/RESTful-Web-Services-Orbitz: Not as much hypermedia as I'd hoped but the kind of presentation I would have loved people to be giving in, say, 2006.
Sun Oct 25 2009 13:54 Accessing RESTful information efficiently « Labix Blog: I have opinions on this but, objectively speaking, not the time to formulate them
Fri Dec 12 2008 14:28 EST Leonard Robinson at #qcon. He's funny and good. on TwitPic: Clever and kind, *and* funny and good?!
Fri Nov 21 2008 19:25 EST: CouchDB lets you post multiple documents at once in one http request--no multi-request transactions
Fri Oct 31 2008 06:44 EST http://developer.nytimes.com/docs/movie_reviews_api?authChecked=1: Has links, but no forms (and not site map)
Tue Oct 28 2008 08:03 EST: REST goes well with Ajax because the client can accumulate more state before making a request (compared to a web site that doesn't use Ajax)
Wed Oct 15 2008 17:45 EST http://bitworking.org/news/373/An-Introduction-to-REST: That's pretty good, but I think the deal was that you would _play the fiddle_ against the devil, not talk about REST.
Thu Jun 12 2008 22:37 EST Inside Facebook » Live Notes from âTechnical Overview: The MySpace Developer Platformâ at GSP East : Huh, did I cause OpenSocial?
Sun Feb 17 2008 19:58 EST Open Rob Sayre’s Open Mozilla Open Blog » Blog Archive » RESTful Partial Updates: I'm doing something like this at work, in case anyone cares
Sun Jan 06 2008 21:35 EST » RESTful Thoughts on a Web 2.0 Python Project - DevChix - Blog Archive : The dialogue approach to RESTful design
Mon Jul 23 2007 09:57 PST http://cmdrkey.com/cbm/geosinfo/geos.html: We don't think of all GUI applications as working "the same way" in any meaningful sense, but early on GUIs were perceived that way. Evolution of uniform interfaces.
Thu Jul 12 2007 21:26 PST Wheaties for Your Wallet » Blog Archive » Your bank has a REST API now (shhh! — don’t tell them): "As a result, weâ€™re not just providing an API for our own site, but also for all the bank and credit card sites that Wesabe supports, as well."
Fri Jun 29 2007 19:33 PST this is totally gonna work… » Blog Archive » Why Can’t Web Apps Be REST-ful?: A lot of the reason RESTful web apps are hard is that by definition "web apps" run in a client (a web browser) that has standardized features in ways we don't like (such as auth handling)
Tue Jun 05 2007 18:29 PST Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Do we need WADL?: Joe argues for a small number of APP-like applications, a view which I have sympathy with. But tying workflow to mime types gives the impression that a given media type is only good for one workflow. PS: I'm tired of writing about this for a while.
Thu Jan 18 2007 10:11 PST SOA's and Drunk Driving - Enterprise Integration Patterns: the pendulum of architectural style
Sun Jan 14 2007 19:01 PST Digital Digressions by Stuart Sierra » Blog Archive » How Ruby on Rails is Making Me a Better Programmer: MVC, OOP, writing code for human legibility, DBs, & good habits, e.g. unit tests
Sat Dec 23 2006 06:16 PST http://scripting.wordpress.com/2006/12/20/scripting-news-for-12202006/#comment-26223: The world needs your book, Leonard!
Wed Nov 22 2006 06:04 PST Adding Simplicity - An Engineering Mantra: The REST Dialogues, A Real eBay Architect: for Leonard and his cohort
Sat Nov 04 2006 07:37 PST Blogging is great | Decentralized Information Group (DIG) Breadcrumbs: But where does he stand on motherhood, apple pie?
Fri Nov 03 2006 18:14 PST BBC NEWS | Technology | Web inventor fears for the future: To make a web it takes a Berners and a Lee
Mon Oct 30 2006 20:17 PST manuel: Buckybase microprotocol: closer to the REST-metal: Not totally sure what's going on here but it looks good
Sun Oct 29 2006 14:42 PST From the Editor -- Web Apps, Issue 2 Mar/Apr 1997: Don't know if anyone else has seen this. "It seems to me that the part of the world that's changing too fast for object technology and tools to help is the small fraction of the 80/20 rule. The bulk of most applications is not novel,'
Wed Oct 04 2006 20:32 PST What's New in Edge Rails: Simply RESTful Support - And How to Use It: Still hoping S is keeping an eye on this so I can work on other things
Wed Oct 04 2006 20:29 PST robubu » Blog Archive » Http Caching (not as easy as it first appears): I'm starting to realize this
Wed Oct 04 2006 20:12 PST Simple Analysis of Google Map and Satellite Tiles - An Unnamed MoinMoin Wiki: I need to fix Dada Maps
Wed Sep 13 2006 18:50 PST A Search for REST Frameworks for Exploring WOA Patterns -- And Current Speaking Schedule: I agree with distobj: a good web framework is a rest framework
Sun Jul 09 2006 18:12 PST http://www.ics.uci.edu/~rohit/Khare-Thesis-Duplex.pdf: how did I miss this before?
Sun Jun 25 2006 06:45 PST RESTLog Interface Specification | 2003-01-06 | BitWorking: RESTLog 2: Actually Called RESTLog
Sun Jun 25 2006 05:15 PST STREST (Service-Trampled REST) Will Break Web 2.0 | What Not How | http://duncan-cragg.org/blog/: What not to wear. "if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, you can try submitting an 'eat this bread' POST"
Sun Jun 25 2006 05:06 PST Web Services Description Language (WSDL) Version 2.0 Part 3: Bindings: An important part of the inevitable WSDL example
Sun Jun 25 2006 05:01 PST The 2006 'What Now How' Awards for REST Protocols | What Not How | http://duncan-cragg.org/blog/: Some well-regarded REST services
Thu Jun 22 2006 19:57 PST Fielding Dissertation: CHAPTER 5: Representational State Transfer (REST) : Needs to be re-delicioused
Tue Jun 20 2006 05:44 PST Inspirational Technology: 10 things to change in your thinking when building REST XML Protocols: OK, let's get this started (this one is more about not being an XML jerk than REST per se)
Fri Apr 29 2005 13:40 PST RESTLog Overview | 2002-11-20 | The Well-Formed Web: it's a resource (for the book, that is)
Wed Mar 02 2005 15:44 PST O'Reilly Network: Hacking Books with Safari Web Services: They're like mushrooms
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