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Implementing the Atom Publishing Protocol By Joe Gregorio
Joe Gregorio's latest Restful Web column implements the Atom Publishing Protocol as a Python web service using WSGI. [Jul. 19, 2006]

httplib2: HTTP Persistence and Authentication By Joe Gregorio
In this latest Restful Web column, Joe Gregorio explains HTTP persistent connections, pipelining, and the sad state of HTTP authentication. [Mar. 29, 2006]

Doing HTTP Caching Right: Introducing httplib2 By Joe Gregorio
In the latest installment of Joe Gregorio's The Restful Web column Joe goes a bit nuts, presenting httplib2, a Python HTTP client library written with the goal of doing caching in HTTP right. [Feb. 1, 2006]

Catching Up with the Atom Publishing Protocol By Joe Gregorio
Joe Gregorio's latest Restful Web column brings us up to date with Atom Publishing Protocol. Fast on the heels of the Atom Syndication Format becoming an internet standard, it's time to see where the APP stands. [Dec. 7, 2005]

Dreaming of an Atom Store: A Database for the Web By Joe Gregorio
In this month's The Restful Web column, Joe Gregorio draws together some disparate threads into a single, exciting idea: the Atom Store.  [Sep. 21, 2005]

Dispatching in a REST Protocol Application By Joe Gregorio
Joe Gregorio, in his latest Restful Web column, shows us how to write dispatch code to handle REST requests. [Aug. 17, 2005]

Just Use Media Types? By Joe Gregorio
In his latest Restful Web column, Joe Gregorio implements a set of Python functions for doing the right thing--analyzing, parsing, and matching--with HTTP request media types. [Jun. 8, 2005]

Constructing or Traversing URIs? By Joe Gregorio
In his latest RESTful Web column, Joe Gregorio turns to an important design question: how will clients figure out the URIs of important resources in a Web service or app? [Apr. 6, 2005]

Show Me the Code By Joe Gregorio
Joe Gregorio returns with another Restful Web column, taking up the issue of designing a REST protocol for your application. [Mar. 2, 2005]

Amazon's Simple Queue Service By Joe Gregorio
In Joe Gregorio's latest Restful Web column, he explains that Amazon's Simple Queue Service, a web service offering a queue for reliable storage of transient messages, isn't as RESTful as it claims. [Jan. 5, 2005]

How to Create a REST Protocol By Joe Gregorio
In his first installment of XML.com's new column, The Restful Web, Joe Gregorio, one of the people behind Atom, explains how to use REST to create an application protocol in four easy steps. [Dec. 1, 2004]