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Links 1 through 10 of 42 by Alex Barnett tagged webasaplatform

Managing changes to APIs is hard... Changes to REST/HTTP web service interfaces come it three basic flavors, changes to the properties associated with a type of resource, additions of new types of resources and deprecation of obsolete types of resources. (thanks Aehso)

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this year (2008) has seen an accelerating acceptance of APIs as a business strategy. The most recent evidence is that over 60 API entries have been added to our database in the last 30 days.

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Amazon is turning its personalization engine towards webpages. The widget only considers pages on your website. The widget learns from your visitors and how they move through your site. Could this be the next web service from Amazon? A recommendation web

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Sun’s intervention gives MySQL’s open source database an aura of greater enterprise readiness than it previously had, backed up by fully accountable support offered on a traditional commercial basis. Commercial proprietary vendors like Oracle have to

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600 web APIs. That’s how many different open web service APIs are now listed in the ProgrammableWeb directory. Given that it’s the new year and we just crossed that next threshold it’s a good time for a quick review.

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The Internet cloud [is] where the distributed and programmable network of services across the globe will serve all the data, resources and functionality we will ever use.

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The worlds of SOA, SaaS, and Web 2.0 have been swirling around each other for a couple of years now and in 2008 we’ll finally see these gel into a practical, modern vision of next generation enterprises. And a variety of forces are coming together to ma

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Hoping to further the Google-battling ways of an open source cluster computing platform named for a stuffed elephant, Yahoo! has decided to share a 4,000-CPU, 1.5 petabyte grid with some boffins at Carnegie Mellon University.

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