This book provides Web API solutions for just about any problem you may be facing. It can be used as a reference book or selectively read to give you an extensive lesson in the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by J. Peters
The book is very easy to read and I learned from it.
A few reviewers found parts outdated, but those parts were very minor and few. Read more
The real-world guidance in this book is indispensable for anyone architecting for or developing services with REST. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J Burnett
This book tals about best practices / design principles when implementing RESTful services. It explains options available in detail and lists out the cons and pros. Very good read.Published 7 months ago by Yuva Chandolu
I like the short, to the point examples. The book gets into lots of detail as we'll. worth a read for anyone building REST APIsPublished 8 months ago by Greg Smith
It has recipes like the other cookbooks but they are at the HTTP level. There is not overview. And, it mentions relative URIs without giving a good definition.Published 10 months ago by James Hoisington
Great book for anyone learning RESTful web services. The text includes very good examples, and the book can be used either as a reference or as a text from cover to cover.Published 11 months ago by Michael Robert