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It seems that we have a new friend with WOA. This new acronym nicely connects the REST style with the mainstream SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) term. Even though REST is already describing the style that Web-oriented architecture should follow, the WOA term is more concrete and could help us democratize REST in the larger enterprises that […]

- May 02, 2006
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I’ve recently met Henry Story who is working for Sun Microsystems on many interesting technologies such as the Semantic Web and the Atom syndication standard. After reviewing the Restlet project, he was kind enough to publish a note about it on his blog: Restlets, the next thing after servlets? This note started an interesting discussion […]

- April 11, 2006
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If you haven’t heard about the Web 2.0 by now you must have been living in a cave for a while! It’s a very successful meme that was created for a conference. Tim O’Reilly has the detailed story in this post. My definition, beside the technological features like AJAX, RSS and REST, would be: “A […]

- January 13, 2006
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Paul Krill from Infoworld contacted me about the Restlet project. Following this exchange, he published an article that can be found on the TechWatch blog.

- January 11, 2006
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Darryl K. Taft, a senior editor at eWEEK, has noticed the Restlet project and wrote two articles on it. The first is a general presentation of the project and the second is a Question & Answer session: Java Development Gets Web 2.0 Treatment Java Project Founder Outlines Benefits of Restlet Some new facts: Restlet 1.0 […]

- January 10, 2006
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An interesting discussion is going on at The Server Side following the announcement of the Restlet project. So far the feed-back has been very positive. Some suggestions: Publish the code source of http://www.restlet.org as a sample application Integration with Spring to export services as Restlets with a simple configuration Build a Restlet Pet Store and […]

- January 05, 2006
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Have you noticed all the recent pessimism around Java and the hype pushing concurrent platforms like Ruby on Rails? A domain which frequently receives critics is the Swing GUI framework, supposed to be old, slow and badly designed. I’ve worked with it since the beta releases and still follow its evolution closely. The release of […]

- January 03, 2006
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