News: Opinion: It's not called Middleware-Services for a reason
Bill de hÓra has written about the ongoing RESTful vs. WS-* debates that are raging. He discusses the increased convergence between web and middleware factions, and how it can only be a good thing.
- Posted by: Dion Almaer
- Posted on: April 12 2004 10:30 EDT
Read Bill in It's not called Middleware-Services for a reason
Read Mark Baker in Jim Webber ambushed by REST advocates
Read Jim Webber in REST Advocates in Hit-and-Run Guerrilla Insurgency
- Old News by Chris Mok on April 14 2004 15:40 EDT
- Opinion: It's not called Middleware-Services for a reason by Brian Miller on April 14 2004 18:27 EDT
Isn't this a non-issue since June 2003? SOAP 1.2 provides HTTP GET support:
Jim claims, "The fact is that regular Web Services have a far more uniform interface than the REST style."
But his term "uniform interface" is ambiguous. Is he referring to WSDL having a payload schema? Are 'uniform' and 'polymorphic' antonyms in this case? If he meant 'strongly typed', then why didn't he just say so?