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Right, let's get started with some basic conventions in the Object Network! This part in the Object Network series will cover URLs, HTTP headers and some common JSON patterns. Updated 23/1/12: I changed the URLs in the example to have one of each type.
FOREST satisfies the need for objects to easily interact across the network in a RESTful way – without calling methods on each other. To do this, it asks you to set your objects up in an Observer Pattern relationship.
Ealier this year Cap Gemini's Steve Jones asked whether or not REST was successful in the enterprise ? Steve believes that REST in the enterprise isn't just dead, it was still born : SOAP isn't undead, its very much living in the enterprise and indeed being the only real viable approach when integrating package solutions from a number of vendors (a massive piece of enterprise IT).
Traditionally on the brink of a new year, independent analysts and experts share their predictions and this time around we are sharing some relevant ones in the SOA and Cloud space for 2012.
Building a hypermedia-aware client is rather different from building a typical client in a client/server system.
A model (developed by Leonard Richardson) that breaks down the principal elements of a REST approach into three steps.
One of the design patterns for REST/WOA is for the application state to be driven by hypermedia responses from the server. This requirement is known as HATEOAS ( Hypermedia As The Engine Of Application State ).
There have been a number of interesting tracts written lately about that increasingly popular topic in the world of SOA and Web services: REST . In particular, the one that is circulating around social bookmarking sites and SOA blogs the most in the last month is Stefan Tilkov's excellent Addressing Doubts about REST .
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It's been an interesting few months in the enterprise architecture space as we look at where service-oriented architecture (SOA) is headed this year.
So you've been reading the many recent articles on the Web about REST , how it's the future of Internet architecture, and you've decided to begin applying some of it in your work. But when you start digging into the subject, REST by itself seems to be about moving data resources from one place to the other over the Internet, not building complete applications.
Over the summer the enterprise IT blogosphere was swept up in a conversation around the concepts that many are calling Web-Oriented Architecture, or WOA.
This talk explores when to start performance testing, how to avoid the common pitfalls, how to profile when the results cause your team to pull a funny face, and what you can do about that funny face. This talk investigate WebSocket and how trading systems can be designed to leverage this new web protocol for reliability,security and performance for desktop,mobile,datacenter and cloud environments. Frank Greco Mar 29, 2013
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Over the past few years it would be hard to ignore the rise in popularity for using RESTful approaches to building enterprise applications . Now we seem to have moved beyond the REST vs WS-* debates, or whether or not REST and SOA are complimentary, to discussions around the maturity of REST-based implementations .