we see that Microsoft is betting on Atompub for Windows Live. Since
Google and WordPress and big chunks of Java middleware are already doing it
too, this really does feel like a bandwagon. For the last fifteen years, HTTP
has become the dominant, overwhelmingly dominant, vehicle by which people and
programs get things from the Net. With a little Atompub seasoning, it’ll
quite likely be the way most things get put back, too. There is a fly in the
ointment: tons of servers, not that many clients. Hello Moto? And Nokia and
Apple and Samsung and all the rest of you? There a kazillion, and growing,
publishing gateways out there waiting for someone to start shipping handhelds
with an Atompub-powered
[Update:] The Google Contacts Data API - Atompub based, of course.
[Update:] Writing Your First AtomPub Service with Abdera.
[Update:] Joe Gregorio: AppClientTest Update and AppClientTest - now with unit testing goodness; I particularly like the “drama in HTTP” analogy.