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The REST API Design Handbook by [Reese, George]
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I work with web services of all stripes every day. My Dasein Cloud Java libraries talk to AWS, Rackspace, the HP Cloud, Terremark, Savvis, Joyent, Eucalyptus, CloudStack, OpenStack, vCloud, vSphere, Nimbula, EMC Atmos, Microsoft Azure, and even more. Some are SOAP-based, some are just random HTTP query-based, and some attempt to be RESTful. Few actually are useful, and all have their warts.

I spend a lot of time on Twitter complaining about the things I don't like. When I asked my followers what I should write my next book on, the answer was overwhelmingly that I should write one on REST APIs. This book brings Fielding's theories on REST architectures together with my practical experience in cloud API consumption and development. My hope is that it will help API developers everywhere build truly RESTful APIs and understanding why REST constraints are important in the real world.

About the Author

George Reese is the co-founder and CTO of enStratus Networks, provider of cloud infrastructure management software for enterprise security, governance, and automation. At enStratus, he works with SOAP, REST, and other kinds of web services APIs on a daily basis. He is also the primary author of the enStratus REST API for accessing resources across multiple heterogenous clouds.

George holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois and a BA in Philosophy from Bates College in Lewiston, ME. He lives in Minneapolis, MN with his wife Monique and his two daughters.

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  • Publication Date: June 4, 2012
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  • Language: English
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