Rest Protocol (was Groove Web Services)
- Does anyone had a look at Jabber as a Rest protocol ? It's full XML, based
on few methods (get,set,result,error) for the <iq/> element. I'm quite new
to Rest and very new to Jabber, but it sounds like they could work together
----- Original Message -----
From: "Seairth Jacobs" <seairth@...>
> If it is largely irrelevant today, then why do we talk about REST at all?
> Why not just talk about HTTP Best Practices instead? If HTTP is the only
> RESTful thing we will be using for any forseeable future, REST concepts
> would get much further if we were to just put it aside and get people to
> focus on HTTP...
- On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 08:35:29AM +0100, Yannick Loiseau wrote:
> Does anyone had a look at Jabber as a Rest protocol ? It's full XML, basedWell, like every system out there, a REST interface could be built to
> on few methods (get,set,result,error) for the <iq/> element. I'm quite new
> to Rest and very new to Jabber, but it sounds like they could work together
Jabber. But not the other direction. Jabber itself is not based on a
REST architecture; having a few verbs isn't sufficient, not even for
the "uniform interface" constraint.
The RESTwiki has a Jabber FAQ;
Mark Baker, CTO, Idokorro Mobile. Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA.