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 Tilkov
- Is Restlets the new Hibernate? by Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine (Sun Microsystems) . Make sure to also read my follow-up post.
- Anyone in the ColdFusion world looking into Restlets yet? by Charlie Arehar. If you are, leave him a comment.
- Liberada la implementación de referencia de los restlet 1.0 by Abraham Otero. For Spanish readers, with a classic REST vs SOAP debate in the comments.
- Restlet 1.0.0 released! by Ron Lancaster
- eWeek – Restlet Engine Reaches 1.0 by
- InfoWorld – Java getting REST by Paul Krill
- The Server Side – Restlet project releases its final 1.0 version
- The JavaPosse – The Restlet project has reached version 1.0 final
- Artima – Java Community News
- Application Servers – Restlet 1.0 by Didier Girard (French)
- Journal du Net – Développeurs (French)
- Journal (Japanese)
- ASS2L (French)
- Octo Technology has published a white paper on RESTful Web Services, in French, mentioning the Restlet project
- O’Reilly – Restlets For All by Jim Alateras
- Restlet – Lightweight REST framework for Java (Korean)
- Alex Milowski launched “atomojo“, a project supporting the Atom Publishing Protocol, client and server side, using the Restlet API.
- Restlet is neat, by James Fuller. Discussed the integration between Restlet and the eXist XML database done by Alex Milowski (again!)
- Restlet supports db4o, a pure Java object database
- Check out Restlets by Attila Szegedi (from the FreeMarker team)
- Restlet Rocks by J. Matthew Pryor
- REST com Restlet para Java by Diego Pacheco (Portuguese)
- REST – das bessere Web-Services-Modell by