Qi4j @ JFokus 2012 - ReST
Implementing a REST API today is important in many cases, both as an integration point to your application and as a way for clients to access the application. But there are few frameworks out there that help you fulfil all the constraints of REST, and therefore only makes your API a REST-wannabe. The idiom that’s often missing is HATEOAS. This session will look at how you can build a ReSTful api and applying HATEOAS. The background of this session is the Qi4j at JavaZone 2010 - ReST/DCI presentation.
Check the presentation slides online http://www.jfokus.se/jfokus12/preso/jf12_TheRoadToRest.pdf
On a related note, back in december 2012, Rickard posted “The domain model as REST anti-pattern” in his blog: http://www.jroller.com/rickard/entry/the_domain_model_as_rest