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Nuxeo is the company behind one of the most complete open source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution. It has roots in the Zope project but made a complete switch to the Java platform last year with their 5.0 release. Last week, they released their 5.1 version, adding a REST API based on the Restlet project. […]

- October 23, 2007
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I have just published a blog post on Roy’s recent public interventions about REST. For general REST subjects, I will now be posting at the dedicated News on REST blog.

- October 21, 2007
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Christopher Townson, from the Nature Publishing Group, has just released a Java client for their Connotea service, a free online reference management for researchers, clinicians and scientists. The client was developed using the Restlet framework and is available under a GPL 3.0 license on this Web site. Chris has given us a some very positive […]

- August 15, 2007
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Alex Milowski has announced version 0.4.0 of his atomojo server, the first version ready for general beating of his APP (Atom Publishing Protocol) implementation. This implementation is based on our Restlet framework. Alex also implemented a Restlet integration with eXist (an XML database) and used it in this project to store the Atom feeds. We […]

- July 17, 2007
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It was really amazing to observe how quickly the REST vs WS-* debate evolved in the recent months. From a frontal opposition that lasted several years, a new state of mind suddenly crystallized in our industry. People are now seriously looking at REST, and WS-* is not seen anymore as the one size fits all […]

- July 07, 2007
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The Restlet project, represented by Noelios Consulting, was nominated to the Luteces d’Or 2007, in the category “most innovative project in the field of the Free Software”. This is the most prestigious prize of the French free software community, this contest is organized by the ASS2L under the high patronage of the Mayor of Paris. […]

- July 07, 2007
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I’ve recently discovered Hackystat, an impressive project that has announced its decision to use Restlet as the foundation for of its version 8. Apparently, the first steps in the Restlet waters went well! “Hackystat is an open source framework for automated collection and analysis of software engineering process and product metrics. Hackystat users attach software […]

- July 07, 2007
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The book is called “RESTful Web Services” and O’Reilly, the publisher, finally released it. The authors, Leonard Richardson and Sam Ruby, guide you through a revealing journey inside the architecture of the Web. Using concrete examples, they help you to use HTTP, URIs and REST at their full potential. A design process called Resource Oriented […]

- May 13, 2007
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In a previous post, I’ve introduced you to frevvo, a start-up that provides Web 2.0 visual forms, with a full WYSIWYG builder based on AJAX. Recently, they have been playing with Restlet and implemented one of the REST design pattern (“View and Entity resources”) that was discussed by the Restlet community. It is a very […]

- May 04, 2007
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The past weeks has been very exciting. After months of hard work, we finally released our 1.0.0 version of the Restlet project. We were very happy about the general reception of the news. Here is a summary of our latest coverage in the press and in blogs: InfoQ – Interview of Jérôme Louvel by Stefan […]

- April 25, 2007
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