So you&rsquo;re up with the RESTful buzz but you&rsquo;re concerned about security; as you should be! So what do you do? Well, like all good OOP practitioners, you don&rsquo;t reinvent the wheel. As Steve Jobs said, &ldquo;Good artists create, Great artists Steal&rdquo;, or borrow in our case. So let&rsquo;s look at the Amazon S3 model and implement that with our framework of choice - Zend Framework to protect your RESTful services.
<p>Do you love the variety of formats that you can publish and subscribe to in this veritable golden-age of computing we&rsquo;re enjoying? Same here. Whether it&rsquo;s JSON, <!-- raw HTML omitted -->XML<!-- raw HTML omitted -->, <!-- raw HTML omitted -->RSS<!-- raw HTML omitted -->, Atom, CSV or even Excel format, there&rsquo;s just so much choice.</p> <p>The challenging thing is that though there&rsquo;s so much choice of format, there are also so many demands to use them - ALL. So what do you do when your boss, client, friend, family-member (<em>whom you&rsquo;re the technical support person for</em>) requests this for their blog or site?</p>