Items tagged with webservices

Related tags: rest tagyu amazon api folksonomy

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OAuth

October 8, 2007 - 283 words , 1 comment
How to give sites permission to use your web apps, without giving them permission to abuse them.
Also tagged as: apis oauth security

Stopping Web Services

May 10, 2007 - 315 words , 2 comments
Maintaining a public web service is hard work.
Also tagged as: jeremyzawodny rest support versioning yahoo

SOAP Sucks -- Long live REST

November 20, 2006 - 158 words
How does SOAP suck? Let me count the ways.
Also tagged as: adambosworth dialog petelacey rest ryantomayko soap

Is an API really needed?

October 23, 2006 - 774 words , 1 comment
Could your web site become your next API?
Also tagged as: drewmclellan jonudell rest

A whole new ballgame

March 29, 2006 - 127 words
Simplelinks hits on baseball, REST that ain’t, and massive PHP Flickr-style.
Also tagged as: baseball blog flickr giants maysfield rest simplelinks sitemanagement

Business in the front, REST in the back

March 23, 2006 - 382 words
Nifty corners is a JavaScript and CSS method for building rounded corners, no images...
Also tagged as: feedapi folksonomy frameworks howtodevelopsoftware productivity rest simplelinks tagging web20 yahoo

Why web services versioning is important

February 17, 2006 - 397 words
Thoughts on the importance of versioned web services.
Also tagged as: billlazar rest rubyonrails versioning

Versioning REST

February 16, 2006 - 327 words , 2 comments
Ideas on how to version a REST interface and examples of this implementation in Tagyu.
Also tagged as: rest tagyu versioning

Versioning web services

February 14, 2006 - 422 words , 7 comments
I’m looking for best practices in managing a public web services API.
Also tagged as: api tagyu thisisbroken versioncontrol

Tagyu API: Related tags

February 14, 2006 - 70 words
Tagyu’s API now supplies related tags
Also tagged as: api folksonomy related tags tagyu

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