Sorry to jump in so late on this thread... On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 11:32 AM, Tim Peierls<t...@peierls.net> wrote: > Some rambling newbie Restlet design questions: > Background: I'm in the preliminary stages of a ground-up redesign of an > existing non-Restlet application. I'm (naturally) convinced that Restlet is > the way to go for this redesign, and I'm pretty sure I want the UI to be > GWT-based. So far so good ... GWT-Restlet is alive and well. (And I'll get > cracking on a Restlet-Guice extension before too long, or not, depending on > how you define "too".) > My analysis of the existing application keeps leading me to the Atom > Publishing Protocol, because the key elements of that application "feel" > like collections of publishable/updatable resources (and collections of such > collections). It doesn't fit the canonical examples of APP, however, which > leads to my first questions: Does anyone know of APP being used successfully > outside of the usual document/news item examples that everyone uses to > explain it? If so, what criteria would you use to determine whether APP is > really appropriate to my resource design?