Contents tagged with Hypermedia

  • Service Discovery : Redux

    Yesterday, I had a thought.  It didn't fit into a tweet so wrote a few paragraphs.  I was very pleased with myself, finally getting round to writing again after a few months off.  That was, until two different people who I respect highly, told me I was wrong.  That part sucked. Continue reading...

  • Service Discovery, The Easy Way

    Here's a thought that wouldn't fit into a tweet and will serve the purpose of breaking my blogging dry spell.  With all the attention that microservices is currently receiving I regularly hear people talking about service discovery.  When trying to co-ordinate multiple different services working together, it is critical to be able to dynamically configure which services will perform what services, for which consumers. Continue reading...

  • Single purpose media types and caching

    My recent post asking people to refrain from creating more generic hypermedia types sparked some good conversation on twitter between @mamund, @cometaj2, @mogsie, @inadarei and others.  Whilst thinking some more on the potential benefits of single purpose media types versus generic hypermedia types, realized there is a correlation between single purpose media types and representation lifetimes.  I thought it might be worth adding to the conversation, but there is no way I could fit it in 140 chars, so I’m posting it here. Continue reading...

  • Please, no more generic hypermedia types

    This opinion has been stewing for a couple of years now, but following an excellent conversation I had with Ted Young the other evening at the API Craft San Francisco event, I think it is time to have more discussion around this subject. Continue reading...

  • Self-descriptive, isn't. Don't assume anything.

    With the recent surge of interest in hypermedia APIs I am beginning to see the term “self-descriptive” thrown around quite frequently.  Unfortunately, the meaning of self-descriptive is not exactly self-descriptive, leading to misuse of the term.  Continue reading...

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