By Jon Flanders
RESTful .NET: construct and devour RESTful internet companies with .NET 3.5
RESTful .NET is the 1st e-book that teaches home windows builders to construct RESTful internet prone utilizing the most recent Microsoft instruments. Written by way of home windows verbal exchange starting place (WFC) specialist Jon Flanders, this hands-on instructional demonstrates how one can use WCF and different elements of the .NET 3.5 Framework to construct, set up and use REST-based net providers in quite a few program situations.
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For example, consider a service that is designed to implement bank transfers from one account to another. Clearly, you can create each account as a separate resource and use the uniform interface to specify the operations that users can perform on each account. But what resource represents a transfer between two accounts? This is really a matter of having the right point of view. If you view this type of operation as a function, it will not fall neatly into the REST model. You can, however, treat it as a temporary resource.
But what resource represents a transfer between two accounts? This is really a matter of having the right point of view. If you view this type of operation as a function, it will not fall neatly into the REST model. You can, however, treat it as a temporary resource. In a typical distributed system, this type of operation would generally be wrapped in a transaction. Of course, REST doesn’t use the concept of transactions, but you could also represent transactions as resources. This idea doesn’t resonate with some people, even when all the other parts of REST as an architecture do.
Resources are addressable using URIs. The interaction between our code and those URIs is done using the uniform interface. The constraints of the REST architectural style are simple, elegant, and easy to remember, 16 | Chapter 1: REST Basics and are the foundations with which arguably the world’s largest, most scalable distributed application was built. REST employs architectural constraints for building services, and you are free to use as many or as few of the constraints as you like (although, if you only use a few, you may have to argue with purists if you want to advertise your service as RESTful).