Tag Archives: links

links for 2007-03-01

Integrate This»Blog Archive » W3C Workship slides online My slides from the workshop. Thanks to plh for the PDF conversion. (tags: w3c wsec rest webservices soa restvsoa restvsoap)

links for 2007-02-28

IVOA Note – UWS recast as a REST protocol Nice description of how to put stuff on the Web that was previously hidden behind SOAP. (tags: rest soap webservices http uri) Engine of State : On Gee, I hope I’m not switching Danny’s lights on and off via GET 8-) (tags: rest http web state)… Read More »

links for 2007-02-26

Bill de hÓra: Confederacy “[…]the Web is not just the presentation tier anymore; it’s becoming a data integration and machine-oriented publishing layer” (tags: web rest webservices)

links for 2007-02-24

James Gosling: on the Java Road Congrats to Mr. Beer Bust! He’ll receive this honour 3 doors down from me, at Rideau Hall. (tags: jamesgosling java orderofcanada ottawa) Google Apps 10 Gigs of email, finally!! (tags: google gmail)

links for 2007-02-23

Sound advice: SCADA, Architectural Styles, and the Web “I would like to close this section with the observation that there seems to be a spectrum between the needs of the Web at large, and the needs of the enterprise.” (tags: rest web webservices w3c wos-ec upcoming:event=154567)

links for 2007-02-21

Sanjiva Weerawarana’s Blog – interview on ws-* vs. rest “I’m sure I’ll be painted a WS-* fanatic by the RESTafarians now” I think that cat was let out of the bag long ago, Sanjiva 8-) (tags: rest wso2 webservices) InfoQ: Interview with Sanjiva Weerawarana: Debunking REST/WS-* Myths “What about Google maps- is that RESTful? Can… Read More »

links for 2007-02-16

So long (Middleware Matters) Best of luck, Steve. (tags: iona stevevinoski) AOL and OpenID: Where we are If Microsoft’s adoption didn’t seal the deal for you, this should do it; OpenID has won. (tags: openid aol) Re: [rest-discuss] Sun proposes to apply Web service standardization principles to REST “I am a big fan of REST… Read More »

links for 2007-02-15

JSR 311: Java (TM) API for RESTful Web Services Sounds like fun! (tags: rest java jcp) Fundamentals of Web Site Acceleration :: Port80 Software ” Send as little data as possible – Send it as infrequently as possible” (tags: web performance http) WS-* vs REST is not the question (Eric Newcomer’s Weblog) “so any application… Read More »

links for 2007-02-10

Paul Downey » Blog Archive » A Question of Politeness An awesome Pete Lacey comment. I wonder how much WS-boilerplate he’s actually responsible for 8-) (tags: webservices rest bpel)