Robust REST Architecture @ JavaSA Cape Town
This talk clears up misconceptions that developers may have about the REST architecture(Richardson Maturity Model) and guides them towards using industry best practices when designing and developing such services. It also demonstrates how a well-defined REST service can be consumed from applications running on different platforms. From a technical perspective, this talk explores how a REST service can be built using Java and Spring, including building the foundations for authentication, authorization, configuration, data serialization, and testing. It also covers the technical details for setting up a web client using Angular.js and a native mobile client using Android. The overall goal of this talk is for the viewer to walk away with a firm understanding of the REST architecture and a good idea of how to start implementing it in their own projects.
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