I talk both about the difficulties of having objective conversations comparing technologies on the interwebs, and about a particular recent success in doing so: a comparison of RPC-over-HTTP methods.
This particular conversation was on the Brumtech slack: I particularly recommend local software groups as a more diverse source of information than the user groups for any particular technology. (And if you’re in England’s West Midlands, check out Brumtech!)
- My 2012 post On Community
- Roy Fielding’s Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures
- Roy Fielding’s Misappropriated REST Dissertation – the source of “Fuck it, Overload HTTP”
- The SOAP:HTTP state mapping table (SOAP v1.2)
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