REST and versioning, a more concrete example.

There’s an interesting discussion going on at The Wisdom of Ganesh in which Ganesh Prasad and “Integral ):( Reporting” (presumably the “JJ Dubray” mentioned in the article) are trying to work out some issues around versioning, REST and SOAP. This post is also referenced and commented on at infoQ. In the 14th comment to the …

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IBM’s BPM Zero Project: RESTful Worflow Management

From an SOA architectural view, Business Process Management and workflow orchestration seems an obvious component of a large system. However, when I see this idea moved wholesale into the world of REST, I worry that a significant point has been missed. InfoQ: IBM’s BPM Zero Project: RESTful Worflow Management The part of BPEL workflow orchestration …

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The REST Dialogues

When I first encountered Duncan Cragg’s “REST dialogues” I was not sure how they would develop. As I have read more, I have become progressively more impressed. Cragg uses the style of a Socratic dialogue with an imaginary “eBay architect” to teach about the nature and use of REST techniques as an alternative to more …

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