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Supri dharshni
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Hi,

we are using restful webservices in our project.Can anyone let me know which is the best design pattern to develop restful webservices? and share how it helps in restful webservices.

Thanks in advance.

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Supri.
Dan Drillich
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Restlet Introduction is spectacular. I used the Restlet framework and found it quite easy to use.

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Dan


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