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By: | Date: April 25, 2016 | Write a comment

I was fortunate to speak at the Devoxx France conference on REST API design, in front of a room full of 850 developers! I’ve published the slides on Slideshare, and you can watch them below as well: The never-ending REST API design debate — Devoxx France 2016 from Restlet

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Categories: General, Restlet General
By: | Date: April 18, 2016 | 3 comments

In the previous part of the article, we dealt with the way to manage data from a RESTful service and to link requests with form elements. We now tackle global issues like request interception, error handling, security and retry. Intercepting requests The request interception feature isn’t provided out of the box by Angular2. That said, […]

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By: | Date: April 13, 2016 | Write a comment

REST APIs unit testing, “try out” and functional testing now available to HP Systinet users through integration with DHC by Restlet Palo Alto, CA, April 13, 2016 – Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced integration between HPE Systinet, the leading API management software, and […]

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Categories: DHC, Restlet
By: | Date: April 12, 2016 | 8 comments

In the first part, we set up in APISpark the RESTful service we will use all along this article. We then deal with the foundations of the HTTP support of Angular2. In this second part, we will go further by describing more advanced issues. Defining request options Some data are common to every requests and […]

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By: | Date: February 29, 2016 | Write a comment

There are several ways to optimize Restlet applications. We can leverage features of the HTTP protocol itself like caching or compression but also at the level of third-party tools like Restlet converters and template engines. This allows you to have an application that provides quicker responses and optimized contents. Using caching One possible optimization is […]

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By: | Date: February 22, 2016 | Write a comment

Leading Digital Platform provider Fujitsu RunMyProcess broadens their use of Restlet’s API Platform, making integration easier for their ecosystem by improving API usability.  Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service, announced today that Fujitsu RunMyProcess, a division of Fujitsu Limited, is leveraging Restlet’s innovative technology to make it easier for customers and partners to consume […]

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Categories: General, Restlet
By: | Date: February 02, 2016 | Write a comment

DHC by Restlet brings enterprise development techniques to APIs used by cloud and connected mobile applications with new testing, collaboration capabilities and integration with Maven, Jenkins Palo Alto, Calif., February 2, 2016 – Restlet, providers of the leading API Platform as a Service, announced today the immediate availability of a new version of DHC by […]

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Categories: APISpark, DHC, General, News, Restlet, Studio
By: | Date: January 27, 2016 | Write a comment

The version 2.3.6 of the Restlet Framework has been released yesterday. You can get Maven artifacts from our public Maven repository, download a zip containing jar, javadocs and sources from or use the Eclipse update site, to get the latest and greatest of Restlet Framework.

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By: | Date: January 25, 2016 | Write a comment

Today marks an important milestone in Restlet’s mission to deliver a comprehensive and unified platform for API developers (which I will use here in the broad sense of the term: developers creating/publishing APIs and developers using/consuming APIs). API-centric development capabilities are meant to make the daily life of developers easier: from API contract design to […]

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Categories: APISpark, DHC, General, Restlet, Studio
By: | Date: December 15, 2015 | 2 comments

Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) allows us to use Web applications within browsers when domains aren’t the same. For example, a site with domain wants to execute AJAX requests to a Web application with domain using HTTP. Using CORS isn’t so simple especially when you face debugging difficulties. As a matter of fact, […]

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