Enterprise class RESTful services


You have built a helloworld Restful service. What next? What more needs to be done to take it to production at enterprise class quality? It should be well modelled and quality attributes (NFRs) addressed. In this short time we touch on pitfalls I have observed in my reviews of Restful services being built in multiple organizations. Please note this is not a tutorial, but signboards to highlight the path to beautiful service. We start with quick REST highlights and need for modelling. We discuss resource model first approach. We then discuss quality attributes for enterprise class like handling of concurrency, sparse updates, batching, controller resources etc.
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