RWTH Aachen University
The amount of available highly dynamic data sources on the Web is constantly increasing. Such dynamic data sources usually require client applications to be capable to process continuous data streams. The authors present an approach that enables dynamic data sources to be exposed with RESTful (REpresentational State Transfer) APIs. The use of REST implies that individual resources are exposed, which enables clients to interact in a more fine-grained manner with the data source compared to the processing of a data stream.