I’ve spent the last several weeks picking up something I started back in 2015. Way back then, in the airport departing SpringOne, I started working on the third mediatype for Spring HATEOAS. There were already two: the original one based on pure Jackson and HAL.
This was Collection+JSON by Mike Amundsen. As a traveling consultant, speaker, […]
Last week in The Power of REST – Part 2, I talked about how investing effort in backward compatibility and having flexible settings, it’s possible to avoid a lot of “API versioning”, something Roy Fielding has decried. In this article, we’ll look more closely at the depth and power of hypermedia.
How does the web do […]
Last week, in The Power of REST – Part 1, I challenged someone’s proposal that their client-side query language could supplant the power of REST. It seemed to attack strawman arguments about REST. In this article, I wanted to delve a little more into what REST does and why it does it.
Basis of REST
REST was […]
I was kind of shocked when I saw Yet Another Posted Solution to REST. I sighed and commented, and drew the ire of many. So I figured this might be a good time to gather some thoughts on REST.
Love how GraphQL “fixes” the REST by introducing tight coupling and brittleness. And then they duck the impact. https://t.co/JUJrvlpgQU
— Greg L. Turnquist (@gregturn) May 22, 2017
The article starts by criticizing REST and offering their toolkit as the solution. What’s really funny, is that […]
In the past couple of weeks, things have really gotten hopping on the Nashville Java community’s #java slack channel. A recent topic topic of interest is how do we take something like REST, which talks about clean URIs and stateless services, and stir in this crazy OAuth stuff?
I threw in my own $0.02 given I’ve […]
I keep running into ideas, thoughts, and decisions swirling around REST. So many things keep popping up that make me want to scream, “Just read the history, and you’ll understand it!!!”
So I thought I might pull out the good ole Wayback Machine to an early part of my career and discuss a little bit about […]