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Making Rails Really restful

by Co-Founder at Codeminer 42 on Jun 09, 2010

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  • sumanth Sumanth krishna, Senior Software Engineer at Qvantel CRUD through HTTP is a good step forward to using resources and becoming RESTful, another step further is to make use of hypermedia aware resources and Restfulie allows you to do it in Java and Ruby. 3 years ago
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