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[Again]RESTful WS Enterprise

 
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Hello!

I'm a "RESTful fan" and I have been working and studing it since RESTful WebServices book, which I believe was the book that marks the start of the "RESTful popularization".

Again about RESTful enterprise. Do you believe that REST WS will someday dominate enterprise world?

I mean, I know that REstful WS are now being used in a lot of enterprise products, but we don'thave something like WSRP for REST instead using SOAP (for example).

I also heard about REST-*, something like that, that would the equivalent of the WS-* patterns, but for REST, but it was not very popular (Roy didn't liked that, so the community...)

I also knows that we have books focused in REST real world applications (e.g. REST in Practice), but I still see that the adoption of REST in this field is not very huge as expected.

Developers still likes the stateful model(and rest is entirely stateless) with session, etc,etc

 
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I think this is a very broad question. Enterprise world is always under stress to complete the task onetime and using REST vs Session is more of architecture decision then a developer decision. If you use REST then there are many architecture challenges to resolve in a context of relatively small application. I believe that is one of the main reason why restful services are not used. However more and more companies absorbing HTML5 and jQuery and cloud model. May be next 5 year we will be there.

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However more and more companies absorbing HTML5 and jQuery and cloud model. May be next 5 year we will be there.


I agree with you in this part. Sure REST is more suitable for WEB and HTML, JQuery, etc.
 
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