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    Organizations need to think about a developer’s needs in the development or deployment of RESTful services. Read this tip by George Lawton that will help create better REST interfaces.

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  • What methods have you tried to secure REST API endpoints?

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  • How to secure REST API endpoints for cloud applications

    When designing APIs, developers must make good decisions about security design components that show who's using what API, when and for what purpose. This tip offers insights into the critical components for securing APIs.

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  • Creating successful RESTful API design

    Successful API design requires lots of attention to detail. Take these three steps for creating RESTful API design.

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  • First time REST testing? It’s easier than you think

    It can be challenging to test something new for the first time. Expert Gerie Owen explains why you do not need to worry about REST API testing.

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  • What are some additional ways that you’ve learned to secure your REST APIs?

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  • Taking a new look at security in RESTful API design

    REST appears to be sure-handedly winning the API war with SOAP, so it's time to start learning about REST security. We explore this protocol's latest security developments.

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  • REST (representational state transfer)

    REST (REpresentational State Transfer) is a simple stateless architecture that generally runs over HTTP. REST involves reading a designated Web page that contains an XML  file. The XML file describes and includes the desired content.

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  • What’s your secret to testing REST?

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  • Services designer opens up mainframe IDMS for JSON, SOAP, REST development

    At Share 2011 in Orlando, GT Software showed Ivory Service Architect with support for Web services that natively access CA IDMS programs. This widens the integration options for IDMS.

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