Monthly Archives: August 2006

links for 2006-08-26

Sound advice: Minimum Methods Benjamin’s been adding some good stuff to RESTwiki. Check it out. (tags: rest restwiki http) I played WoW, I became a terrorist (story!) YOW, WoW (tags: ottawa yow wow ipod terrorist) Jon Udell: A conversation with Roy Fielding about HTTP, REST, WebDAV, JSR 170, and Waka Paraphrasing; “they’re taking an old… Read More »

links for 2006-08-19

David Baron’s weblog: More W3C Controversy “It’s time for the Web browser community to stop using up its resources attacking specifications that we’re not interested in implementing” (tags: browser web w3c mozilla)

links for 2006-08-18

Brandon Smith – Misunderstanding REST “[…] the moment you create a WSDL document, you’ve created a proprietary protocol” (tags: rest webservices soa wsdl)

links for 2006-08-17

Nelson’s Weblog: Parsing XML can open network sockets “Why are we using a data format where this is possible at all?” Because it was designed from an authoring POV, not a network POV. It should have been designed for both, of course. (tags: xml)

links for 2006-08-16

Paul Downey: So which CRUD Operation is HTTP POST? CRUD has no equivalent to POST. It’s a different abstraction. Let’s stop trying to shoe-horn the Web into the shape of a database please. (tags: crud rest http post database data) REST recommended for Web services coders Attention would-be REST evangelists; thanks for all your help,… Read More »