REST [Representational State Transfer] is an architectural style for building large-scale networked applications. It is a description of the facets of the WWW that made the Web so successful. REST describes a networked system in terms of
- data elements (resource, resource identifier, representation)
- connectors (client, server, cache, resolver, tunnel)
- components (origin server, gateway, proxy, user agent)
Architecture of web services and the semantic web. REST/Relational perspective.
REST - Representational State Transfer
Roy Thomas Fielding's PhD dissertation "Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures".
A weblog application that tries to follow the REST architectural style.
Tool for exposing relational databases as REST style Web Service
Waterken Web Services
A model for building an application network interface that follows the constraints of both REST and capability-based security. Specifications, tutorials, white papers and programmer documentation for Waterken Web calculus and abstract messaging protocol.
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