If you want to develop a new web application, you have the choice between writing your code completely from scratch or relying on frameworks. This code collection contains an application-ready skeleton which you can then adapt to fit your own ideas. The CSS framework YAML, for example, provides a responsive framework structure that’s already optimized for various browsers and devices.
REST (Representational State Transfer) plays an important role in the development of modern web applications. Part of the concept, which distinguishes itself from comparable solutions due to its demand for a universal interface, is an internal application structure that follows the HATEOAS approach. This article reveals what’s behind this acronym and why exactly HATEOAS is so important for REST.