Tag Archives: soap

links for 2006-12-13

O’Reilly Radar > Web 2.0 Compact Definition: Trying Again I’ll take the expanded version, thanks (tags: web20) Adding Simplicity – An Engineering Mantra: Call to Action, The Case for HTTP Headers with SOAP “SOAP’s goal of being agnostic to transports is fine. But being agnostic does not mean it has to be impossible to leverage… Read More »

links for 2006-12-08

Stu says stuff: RESTful security “It looks more & more that we are going to have two incompatible world-views and protocol pillars.”. Not really; Darwin usually picks sides 8-) (tags: rest webservices) Web Services: yesterday’s hype or tomorrow’s promise? An interesting read about the history of “REST vs. SOAP”. Quotes some Roy’s more heated statements… Read More »

links for 2006-12-05

The WHATWG Blog » Blog Archive » Feed Autodiscovery “Another benefit of this is that if there is ever a new syndication feed format, you don’t have to wait for browsers to be updated with the new MIME type to recognise it as a feed.” Independent evolution, check! (tags: atom autodiscovery rest web) WORLD MAP… Read More »

links for 2006-12-01

Pete Lacey’s Weblog :: They can’t hear you “Now begins the age of REST, and Rails, and Microformats, and getting shit done.” Amen! (tags: rest soa webservices enterprisey) REST versus SOAP – the SOAP story It’s 2006; it shouldn’t be that difficult to write even a reasonably good “REST vs SOAP” story. This one doesn’t… Read More »

links for 2006-11-23

YouTube – Dice Stacking Damn, is this for real?! (tags: dicestacking) Axis2: This Ain’t REST An example of how Axis2’s “REST support”, isn’t. (tags: rest soap axis) Experiences with WSRF – Bruno’s Blog A Grid-type embraces the Web. (tags: rest web grid webservices) “Face time” A hilarious, unpublished (in papers) Dilbert. (tags: dilbert) Using POST… Read More »

links for 2006-11-21

Sam Ruby: The H stands for Hyper “with REST, this turns out to be easy to fix”. I have to disagree that this is a quality of REST. One could easily build that capability into specs looking a whole lot like SOAP/WS-*, but you’d still have a crappy architecture. (tags: rest webservices)

links for 2006-11-18

Is it friday? Yeah! 8-) (via Libby Miller) (tags: funny friday) Nelson’s Weblog: tech / bad / whySoapSucks You’ll always be invited to my parties, Nelson 8-) (tags: rest soap restvsoa restvsoap webservices) ongoing · XML 2006 “Which brings to mind that it was ten years ago at that same conference (different name then) […]”… Read More »

links for 2006-11-17

James Tauber : Amazing Filter Will wonders never cease? (tags: funny photography) Last.FM: Mashing to the Music “When requests for new features overwhelmed Last.FM’s small staff, the company made the bold decision to create open interfaces to the site, and soon independent developers began piling in with enhancements.” Nice. (tags: lastfm music mashups web20) RDF… Read More »

links for 2006-11-16

InfoQ: David H. Hansson on the Future of Rails Good interview, including a good anti-complexity anti-WS-* bit. (@16:30). (tags: rubyonrails dhh soa webservices rest) OpenLayers: Home “OpenLayers makes it easy to put a dynamic map in any web page.”. v2.2 released. (tags: gis mapping) Check out my mini ! – Blog Maverick Mark falls a… Read More »

REST, misrepresented

Sanjiva gave a talk at Google on Web services, which also touched on REST. Unfortunately there’s a lot of misinformation in there about REST, including a statement to the effect of “If you want to sign your message, you can’t use REST” (I don’t think I’m taking that out of context), plus a slide (@… Read More »