RESTful web services: a classic is born

I’m reading RESTful web services these days and I think it is bound to become a classic: well written, well structured, very informative and fairly independent of the daily trends, in my opinion.

The book contains tons of practical advice and examples which help a lot in making sense of REST in one’s daily (programming) life.

I’m not through yet, but everything I read until now has helped in my quest to make the systems I’m working on more RESTful. Time will tell if I succedd in this…

One Response to RESTful web services: a classic is born

  1. Glen Mazza says:

    Hey Bertrand! Your blog turned up in a Google search for reviews of this book. I just ordered a copy from Amazon.

    Currently, I’m about halfway through Mark Hansen’s book (http://www.soabook.com/) which covers the “opposite” of REST–JAX-WS/JAXB/SOAP, etc. This one is also excellent.

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