A Maturity Model for Semantic RESTful Web APIs

  title={A Maturity Model for Semantic RESTful Web APIs},
  author={I. Salvadori and Frank Siqueira},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Web Services},
Web APIs provide interfaces for interaction among systems based on the existing infrastructure for hosting Web sites and applications. The REST architectural style is the most employed approach for building Web APIs. However, the flexibility provided by REST may result in implementations with low quality design, limited reuse and poor documentation. This paper describes a maturity model for classifying Web APIs, aimed at promoting the adherence to REST architectural principles and the adoption… Expand
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