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Links 1 through 10 of 20 by Koranteng Ofosu-Amaah tagged rest+toli

July 2003: The DOM is "Good Enough". The tools are now mature enough (especially Mozilla's tooling). They could be improved however. What matters most is the ecosystem around the DOM as a platform, the tutorials, the canonical applications etc. BUDS!

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thinking aloud about REST, resource modeling, caches, intermediaries, extensibility, deployment, http, how the linguistics of put are affecting the semantics of PUT, how the Atompub folk are the first Protestants of REST and more. Mailing list toli

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It is striking that it is only in its fifth year of existence that a framework for building web applications is considering allowing bookmarking and might even use the HTTP GET method where applicable.

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A nascent theology of REST: "There's a Reverend: HTTP... There are Four Horsemen: GET, POST, PUT, DELETE... There's Mary Magdalene and the disciples: HTML and Forms.. There's immaculate conception: the virtuous XML" etc

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in which I present 3 postulates on coordination costs and the human factor as it relates to the adoption of technology and systems in distributed computing - There's also a nascent theology of REST, parables again

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I consider HTTP a deliberately minimalist compromise, laissez-faire distributed computing if you will.

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The lessons of Reed and Bosworth lead us to Mark Baker's Principled Sloppiness: "the principled application of must-ignore style extensibility". "resilience" and "adaptability" on the one and a case of "sloppily extensible" and "forgiving" on the other.

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Slides to a talk I gave on Friday to the Lotus Workplace Architecture Board about REST (Representational State Transfer) and the web. An argument about an outlook on technology, on complexity, layering and leverage.

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