Implementing a REST API

April 5th, 2010 — by Jeremy Brown

A REST API involves more than just pushing data back and forth between endpoints. REST is a set of principles and not a specification, so as such you have freedom in how to develop your API. This freedom can lead to confusion though, as it’s hard to find concrete examples of its implementation. This presentation will explain what REST is and also present a variety of topics and questions you will certainly come across while implementing your API.

Jeremy Brown is a Zend Certified Engineer (ZCE), has been programming in PHP since early 1999 and is currently employed as a Software Architect at

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