Presumably for the benefit of those who find the RFC hard to follow, Mark Pilgrim translates the HTTP response codes into toddler-speak: REST for toddlers.
The REST vs WS wars continue. Pete Lacey has an insightful post on RESTful Security, and a further clarification: Clarity Around Security.
More on SOA vs REST, XSD vs Relax-NG, etc. Pete Lacey says They can’t hear you. I think this is a realistic assessment of the current reality facing corporate developers.
It seems that all the great minds of the XML world are declaring that W3C XML Schemas (XSD) are dead, and everyone is going to switch to Relax-NG. Cf. Elliotte… Read more »
If you came here after seeing the following image on someone else’s site: that means that the author of the site was not content with stealing content from my site,… Read more »
Microsoft has announced its intention to license the Office 2007 “ribbon” user interface here. Before signing up for this you should consider the implications carefully. Here are the key points… Read more »
Pete Lacey presents a hilarious history of the SOAP standards in The S stands for Simple, which pretty much sums everything up.
HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML by Henri Sivonen. Some good basic principles to help ensure interoperability.
Duncan Cragg gives a clever summary of some of the advantages of REST vs SOAP.
Why XForms? An apologia and exegesis As you may have noticed, I think Elliotte Rusty HaroldÂ is The Man where XML is concerned, at least in terms of explaning XML… Read more »