RESTful Web Services Tutorial Library

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RESTful Web Services

REST is the abbreviation of Representational State Transfer, a phrase coined in the year 2000 by Mr. Roy Fielding. It is a structural design approach for crafting loosely attached applications using HTTP, often implemented in the growth of web services.

    Types of Web Services

    Web services have become an essential element of development for web developers. These types of applications are standard ways of interconnecting and operating contrasting web applications. It helps other web applications and apps to run smoothly just by plugging its […]

      REST Resources

      The initial concept of the RESTful API is its resource and its functionality. It acts as an object of OOP (Object Oriented Programming) language or a database entity. As the resources are recognized, they're determined using a standard format so […]

        REST Methods

        As discussed so far in the earlier chapter that RESTful web service makes use of HTTP for determining the action to be conceded out on the particular resources. For comprehending the REST structural design, it is exceedingly vital that to […]

          REST APIs HATEOAS Concept

          What is HATEOAS? The term HATEOAS is abbreviated as "Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State" is an attribute of REST limiting its application construction so that your way of designing RESTful architecture seems unique from all other architecture of […]

            Richardson Maturity Model and REST Technologies

            Richardson maturity model is a popular model used to rank your API based on the checks correlated to REST. The more your API fulfills the checks and constraints; the more RESTful your API is for development and deployment. This special model has four stages, which are called levels, and the levels range from 0 to 3.

              Security in REST Architecture

              It is too essential to preserve the security of a RESTful service like the way a website needs to be kept secure. In this tutorial, we will go through different paths and design principles to secure Restful Web Services.

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