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Re: Is Resource/Representation a fruitful abstraction?


java resource representation
Miles Sabin wrote:
>...
> 
> Violent agreement here.
> 
> I also think that "Resource Oriented Programming", or something similar, 
> is a useful design methodology or organizing principle. But that's 
> _all_ it is, and like you I see no reason why it should be promoted at 
> the expense of all other methodologies or organizing principles.

That's motherhood and apple pie. You would have a hard time finding 
anyone who would claim that there is one true design methodology.

What _I_ would claim is that when you build an information system (like 
the Web) you must choose a set of principles that will hold common for 
all objects in that system. COM has such a set of principles. Java has 
such a set. The TAG's job is to define those principles for the Web. If 
you deny them the right to exclude you deny them the ability to succeed.

  Paul Prescod


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