Design and implement RESTful web services with Rational Software Architect

Model-driven development of RESTful web services

From the developerWorks archives

Sandeep Katoch

Date archived: April 18, 2019 | First published: December 20, 2011

Modeling RESTful web services is one of the newest capabilities in Rational Software Architect. In the process of explaining the REST modeling features, the author shows you how to design and implement a RESTful Bookmark service according to a UML model, as an example. You can use this new feature and newfound knowledge to create models that explain your web service models before and during development. This model of a model approach makes explaining your project to others far easier and clearer. It can also become part of user documentation.

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