Thanks for the invite, I joined. Glad to hear about your group.
On Aug 14, 12:36 am, "Ganesh and Sashi Prasad" <g.c.pra...@gmail.com
> Thanks, Peter. I've invited Kris to join our Google Group.
> 2008/8/14 Peter Svensson <psvens...@gmail.com
> > On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 12:46 AM, Mario Valente <mfvale...@gmail.com
> >> Glad that you mention it. I think that the constraints/requisites
> >> that are applied by Roy to get at the REST architecture apply
> >> not only to the browser/view <-> webserver/bizlogic layer but also
> >> to the webserver <-> dataserver/data layer. Thats why I believe
> >> that the REST pattern should be applied at all interface points
> >> of the presentation/logic/data or MVC models.
> >> -- MV
> >> Ganesh and Sashi Prasad wrote:
> >> > Roy Fielding's PhD dissertation on REST
> >> > <
> >> > builds up the model step-by-step, applying layers of constraints one by
> >> > one until he arrives at the REST architectural style (See page 76
> >> onwards).
> >> > I wonder if we can follow the same approach and "prove" the model by
> >> > deriving it from first principles.
> >> > Regards,
> >> > Ganesh
> >> > 2008/7/29 Peter Svensson <psvens...@gmail.com
> >> psvens...@gmail.com
> >> > That's a very good way to summarize it. Maybe we could call it LC/HC
> >> ?
> >> > I've also been thinking about ways to criticize existing methods and
> >> > frameworks more formally. Often when we bring these ideas up a
> >> > souting match ensues with a lot of he said - she said.
> >> > If we can start with this as a basis, maybe we could also build a
> >> > set of provable or reasonable by statement rules from which we then
> >> > begin to show why certain ways of building applications is 'better'
> >> > than others.
> >> > I'm thinking in terms such as complexity, LoC's produced, how many
> >> > different places are affected by a new entity, and stuff like that.
> >> > Does anyone know if there has been any formal studies on these, or
> >> > related kinds of things?
> >> > Cheers,
> >> > PS
> >> > On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 3:22 PM, prasadgc <g.c.pra...@gmail.com