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We are living exciting times! This week, Google has released an early version of their widely expected support for Java in Google App Engine (GAE). GAE is a computing platform that can host your Web applications and offer them  massive and flexible scalability. Free accounts are available and you can pay for extra resources (CPU […]

- April 11, 2009
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This post isn’t an April Fools’ Day joke! We did released Restlet 1.2 M2 today including major enhancements: Resource API refactoring After a long experience with our class-driven Resource API introduced in Restlet 1.0 and the recent introduction of the annotation-driven JAX-RS API (that we support as a special Restlet extension), we felt it was […]

- April 01, 2009
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After a long investment in WS-*/SOAP initiatives, Microsoft has recognized the value of REST. But they didn’t adopt REST only on the surface, they have put in place a comprehensive offer and are actively working to demonstrate and facilitate the interoperability with other platforms such as Java. Silverlight Facing a strong competition in the Rich […]

- February 20, 2009
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Restlet 1.2 is on its way with a first milestone! Let’s review the main changes made since version 1.1… Security refactoring The refactoring of the Restlet security model has been the most requested change since the Restlet 1.0 release. Fortunately, after a long maturation period, it has finally made a huge step forward, materialized by […]

- January 23, 2009
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Last year, MuleSource released RESTpack, an extension for their leading open source Mule ESB product. This pack has just been updated and now includes support for the latest Restlet 1.1 version. The Restlet transport provides  a deep integration, both on the server and the client side, between Restlet and Mule ESB. For more information, you […]

- January 16, 2009
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