We have just released Restlet 2.0 M3, replacing Restlet 1.2 M2 as our current “testing” release (following Debian terminology). We have also updated our “stable” branch with a 1.1.5 release. Looking at the amount of new features that we added so far since Restlet 1.1 (with some more coming), the amount of refactoring and reorganization […]

- May 27, 2009
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Our vision is that the Web is becoming ubiquitous and that REST API, as the architecture style of the Web, helps you leverage all HTTP features. Restlet, our open source REST framework for API design, is already available on regular computers based on Java SE/EE, in Web browsers with our GWT edition and even in […]

- May 06, 2009
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