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REST: From Research to Practice

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REST: From Research to Practice, 9781441983022 (1441983023), Springer, 2011

Anybody following the discussions around “Web Services” in recent years is aware of the fuzzy definition of the term, and a little bit of history can quite easily explain some of the confusions around current terminology (or use of terminology). The general idea of using Web technologies to not only deliver Web pages (HTML documents) between HTTP clients and servers appeared probably more than 10 years ago, when it became clear that theWeb and its technical foundations of URIs, HTTP, and HTML were becoming a very widely deployed information delivery and service platform. Late in the 1990s, one major approach of implementing this idea gained a lot of traction, the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) (Box et al. 1999). SOAP used the new Extensible Markup Language (XML) (Bray et al. 1998) as a packaging format for a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) mechanism, and thus simply used the well-established pattern of using RPC mechanisms for implementing distribution, and packaged it using the Web technologies XML and HTTP. Before that, most RPC mechanisms used their own packaging/marshalling formats, and oftentimes even their own delivery protocols, so reusing existing Web technologies for this made sense, and reduced the amount of proprietary technologies required for RPC implementations. Additionally, tunneling SOAP messages through HTTP had the great advantage of using a protocol which would – by default – go through corporate firewalls and thus greatly facilitate the integration of distributed applications in business to business scenarios.

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Hello Raspberry Pi!: Python programming for kids and other beginners
Hello Raspberry Pi!: Python programming for kids and other beginners

Summary

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Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.

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