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RE: RE: Will Web Services Kill HTTP?

RE: RE:  Will Web Services Kill HTTP?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Champion [mailto:mc@x...]
> Sent: 13 April 2002 16:57
> To: 'xml-dev'
> Subject: Re: RE:  Will Web Services Kill HTTP?
> > 4/13/2002 10:32:10 AM, Bill de hÓra <dehora@e...> wrote: 
> >I was trying to figure out what a REST setup would look like
> in a  The
> >idea of using few but well known verbs is speech act theory for
> >the   rest of us, but you see thr idiom in everyday OO code as
> >well as   get/set methods.
> Mike:
> This is a bit over my head, but I think I agree.  REST gives
> OO designers a standard set of persistence operations (?) and 
> XML means that the data can be exposed rather than 
> encapsulated, making it un-necessary to define all those 
> get/set methods that make OOP tedious.  Perhaps this frees up 
> designers and programmers to focus on the business logic / 
> actual value added rather than the mechanics of data 
> manipulation and persistence.  More or less?

less is more :)

Bill de hÓra

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