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Designing a REST-ful API using Spring 3

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Designing a REST-ful API using Spring 3

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In the course of creating VAS, we did a lot of work to design a useful REST API. REST is generally a very loose collection of principals that can be interpreted in many ways, so this talk would describe a more concrete idea of what a REST-ful API should look like. In addition, the implementation of this API was done with many of the new features in Spring 3 and are a good demonstration of the power it provides.

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