The Resource Architecture : REST -- What is REST?
- Architecture : REST -- What is REST?
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- Representational State Transfer (REST) architecture is a set of constraints applied to components, connectors, and data elements within a distributed hypermedia system based on the architecture of the World Wide Web. In this video, Mike McMillan demonstrates the architectural properties of REST architecture as well as the constraints which, when applied to the system, define a system as RESTful. --
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