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Building Consistent RESTful APIs in a high-performance environment

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This is one of two presentations given by LinkedIn engineers at Java One 2009. ...

This is one of two presentations given by LinkedIn engineers at Java One 2009.

This presentation was given by Brandon Duncan, Director of Engineering, and Yegor Borovikov, Software Architect at LinkedIn.

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  • mhvenkat Mahesh Venkat, Software Architect at Kodak Gallery There are two approaches to developing REST APIs: top down and bottomup.
    In top down model, the REST APIs are defined using business taxonomy and Rest client needs. We then attempt to identify and develop REST resources and map them to existing domain models through sub-resources.
    In the bottom up approach, we take domain models and expose them as REST APIs.
    The JAX-RS annotation models provides a very good way to implement either approach.
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