REST Architecture

“A [person] thinks that by mouthing hard words he or she understands hard things.” – Herman Melville 

 

How many times have you met with a team of engineers, architects, or even clients to talk about the designs of a software feature, and a single word used caused mass confusion because everyone had a slightly different definition? (Ugh, why are words so hard?!)

 

I have never found a more challenging concept to talk about than Representational State Transfer (REST). What does REST and being RESTful mean? Are resources the same thing as entities? Where do representations come into the mix? This blog post will answer these questions and describe the RESTful architectural style.

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Examining Red Hat JBoss BRMS deployment architectures for rules and events (part I)

Guest post by Eric D. Schabell and John Hurlocker – original article published here.

In this weeks tips & tricks we will be slowing down and taking a closer look at possible Red Hat JBoss BRMS deployment architectures.

When we talk about deployment architectures we are referring to the options you have to deploy a rules and/or events project in your enterprise.

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