[Jifty-commit] r4548 - in Jifty-Book: .

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Tue Nov 27 21:32:47 EST 2007

Author: sterling
Date: Tue Nov 27 21:32:47 2007
New Revision: 4548

   Jifty-Book/   (props changed)

 r14250 at dynpc145:  andrew | 2007-11-27 20:26:58 -0600
 Fleshing out the outline for REST.

Modified: Jifty-Book/doc/Jifty/Book/Part-C/14-REST.pod
--- Jifty-Book/doc/Jifty/Book/Part-C/14-REST.pod	(original)
+++ Jifty-Book/doc/Jifty/Book/Part-C/14-REST.pod	Tue Nov 27 21:32:47 2007
@@ -1,3 +1,29 @@
 =head0 REST
-What is REST? Turning on REST. Using REST for mashing up. Security concerns regarding REST. Testing REST.
+REST is a strategy implemented by web applications to allow other applications to take advantage of the services offered. This might include synchronizing information between systems, building mashups that use the features provided by different applications to create a new application, or just a way to share data.Jifty provides REST interface to allow you to link your applications together and to provide an API that can be used by others that have access to your application to do all these things.
+=head1 Tutorial
+=head1 Reference
+=head2 What is REST?
+=head2 Turning on REST
+=head2 How-to REST
+=head3 Using Net::Jifty
+=head3 Using Another User Agent
+=head2 Ideas for Using REST
+=head3 Data Syncrhonization
+=head3 Building a Mashup
+=head3 Setting up a Mail Gateway
+=head2 Security Concerns with REST
+=head1 Testing.

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