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On Wednesday 27 February 2002 12:33 pm, Mark Baker wrote:
> interface dog
> whereas REST models it as;
> [other method name]
So here's a question. If I *wanted* type safety what do I do? I'd be
most surprised if my dog (Japanese Chin FWIW) would respond to POST,
PUT, DELETE et al. Point being that you're really tunelling one
communication protocol over another *unless* the "generic" methods are
actually meaningful to the resource/application.
Note that Roy explicitly talks about REST for "distributed hypermedia"
not for "distributed computing" in the general sense.