REST and RESTful

The article, “REST vs. RESTful: The Difference and Why the Difference Doesn’t Matter,” examines the Representational State Transfer pattern, or REST, and its implementations, RESTful services. The author, Eric Goebelbecker, mentions REST pattern’s creator Roy Fielding, and provides a link to Fielding’s dissertation.  The article then defines REST’s architectural constraints. Client-server architectural style, separating responsibilitiesContinue reading “REST and RESTful”

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started