Restlet Blog


By: | Date: May 27, 2009 | 4 comments

We have just released Restlet 2.0 M3, replacing Restlet 1.2 M2 as our current “testing” release (following Debian terminology). We have also updated our “stable” branch with a 1.1.5 release. Looking at the amount of new features that we added so far since Restlet 1.1 (with some more coming), the amount of refactoring and reorganization […]

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Categories: RDF, Restlet, Restlet Releases, XML
By: | Date: March 26, 2007 | Write a comment

I would like to encourage you to have a look at frevvo, a Web start-up launched by some friends, that provides a full solution to handle complex Web 2.0 forms, right from your browser. One of their strong selling points is the great form designer available as a Web application (AJAX based). Also, the form […]

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By: | Date: October 12, 2006 | Write a comment

InfoQ has done a great interview from Tim Bray (director of Web Technologies at Sun Microsystems, co-inventor of XML). He has a pleasing, enthusiastic and frank tone, which we tend to miss in the Java community. There is also a transcript available. Highly recommended.

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Categories: Java, Rails, REST, Ruby, Semantic Web, XML
By: | Date: May 02, 2006 | 1 comment

It seems that we have a new friend with WOA. This new acronym nicely connects the REST style with the mainstream SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) term. Even though REST is already describing the style that Web-oriented architecture should follow, the WOA term is more concrete and could help us democratize REST in the larger enterprises that […]

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Categories: REST, XML
By: | Date: April 11, 2006 | 2 comments

I’ve recently met Henry Story who is working for Sun Microsystems on many interesting technologies such as the Semantic Web and the Atom syndication standard. After reviewing the Restlet project, he was kind enough to publish a note about it on his blog: Restlets, the next thing after servlets? This note started an interesting discussion […]

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Categories: Java, Restlet General, XML