Friday, October 6th, 2006
Bill Higgins has released part one of his article series on Ajax and REST:
The more that server-side Web applications become immersive by following rich-application models and delivering personalized content, the more their architectures violate Representational State Transfer (REST), the Web’s architectural style. These violations can decrease application scalability and increase system complexity. By achieving harmony with REST, Ajax architecture lets immersive Web applications eliminate these negative effects and enjoy REST’s desirable properties.
He gets into the joy of a stateful web client, caching the Ajax engine as well as data.
Promose and problems
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