REST APIs: The "R" is not for religious

Joel Clermont (03.Nov.2012 at 09:00)
Talk at True North PHP 2012 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

REST APIs: The "R" is not for religious

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Rating: 4 of 5

03.Nov.2012 at 10:07 by Cory Fowler (2 comments)

Great Talk!

One way to help drive the concept home would be to make a visualization of the maze when you're describing the markup of the hypermedia output.

It would be easy to tie in your love for Minecraft.

Rating: 5 of 5

03.Nov.2012 at 11:25 by Rafael Dohms (140 comments)

Really enjoyed this talk, Joel presented the topic very well with good intonation and well delivered jokes. A very nice look into REST without any of the religious wars.

Rating: 4 of 5

03.Nov.2012 at 11:27 by Stefan Koopmanschap (400 comments)

Excellent talk on REST. I felt the intro was a bit on the long side but once it got going there was a lot of good information. The way the talk was delivered also made sure people would keep focus, even though it was still early. Well done.

Rating: 4 of 5

03.Nov.2012 at 12:09 by Jake Smith (71 comments)

Great talk on REST. I have to agree with Stefan, the intro/beginning was a bit long. The talk gives a great view on how people should be structuring the APIs that are pretty much self documenting/linking.

Rating: 5 of 5

03.Nov.2012 at 13:43 by Richard Hobson (18 comments)

I enjoyed this talk and wish there had been more time for Joel to flesh out the how. It helped solidify some of the ideas that I have about APIs and "REST"fullness as a whole.

Rating: 5 of 5

04.Nov.2012 at 20:52 by Ted Caldwell (10 comments)

Excellent talk on a subject that I hear a lot about, but have not necessarily seen the whole point of before. Very effective presentation style. The self-documenting links idea is a gem, and I will be looking to incorporate this in future; I see particular relevance of the whole thing for mobile apps...

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