Restlet in Action (Anglais) Broché – 15 novembre 2012
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Jerome Louvel is the co-founder of Noelios Technologies and the creator of the Restlet Framework which he launched in 2005 and still leads. He has more than 10 years of experiences in IT consulting and software edition, in Europe and in the USA.
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However, the authors also explain the REST pattern as an alternative way of designing web services. One feature of Restlet is the ease with which it can be configured as a web server. But it is much more lightweight than traditional web servers such as Websphere Application Server. The Restlet server conforms to the HTTP protocol, but not the JEE protocol, although the client side of Restlet can be used with JEE servers.
After reading this book, you also will be convinced that the JEE protocol has the whole idea of web server backwards. Instead of maintaing conversational state on the server ( in HTTPSession ), for example, any necessary state should be maintained on the client. HTTP was designed to be stateless for good reason.
It is one of the few books on technology that is likely to endure for the long term.
I first ordered and used the MEAP (early release) version of the book and was frustrated by all of the errors in the book, particularly in cross-references.
Later, I bought the actual published book and was very surprised to see many of the same cross-reference errors made it into print.
Also, the very important Converter Service is not covered well at all. The few mentions of it you can find all come with a "we cover that in section X" type of blurb. Unfortunately, they don't actually cover it at all in any of the referenced sections. In fact, they don't cover it in detail in ANY section.
I've also noticed that the sample code does not work as is with the current versions of the library. I had to go back to 2.0.11 to get them working!