REST Architecture

REST (Representation State Transfer) is a software architecture for distributed computing systems. This style of architecture consist of clients and servers; clients initiate requests to servers whereas servers process requests and return appropriate responses. Requests and responses are built around the transfer of "representations" of "resources".

REST is an architecture wherein at any particular time, a client can either be transitioning between application states or is "at rest". A client in a rest state is able to interact with its user, but creates no load and consumes no per-client storage on the set of servers or on the network.

The main components of REST architecture are as follows:

  • Client-Server Distribution

  • Stateless Computing

  • Cache-able Responses

  • Layered System

  • Code On Demand

  • Uniform Interface

The main reasons for using distributed computing (or REST Architecture) is that the very nature of the application may require the use of a communication network that connects several computers. For example, data is produced in one physical location and it is needed in another location.

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  • Telephone networks and cellular networks

  • World wide web and peer-to-peer networks

  • Scientific computing

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