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Restlets -vs- Wink (or others)

Kevin Ford
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Joined: Nov 11, 2008
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I have read about restlets (read the about page on your site) and I get what you're doing (I THINK)... but can you tell me, by comparison ( by feature or paradigm/approach ) why I would choose restlets over a framework like Wink? I am about to start development on a product designed to allow enterprise customers to create their own rest APIs to perform integration tasks. Why would I think restlets instead of something like Wink?
 
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