In Part 1, we talked about the hypermedia mosh pit that erupted when Roy Fielding leveled some blunt criticism at non-RESTful interfaces advertised under the banner of REST, and went on to list some principles of hypertext-driven API design.
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A lot has been written about the Hypermedia Constraint, a.k.a. HATEOAS. I’ll avoid the acronym because… well, because it’s a horrible acronym. I’ll follow Roy Fielding’s example and call it the Hypermedia Constraint.