New Web Application Description Language
Version 0.1.2 of the ‘Wadl‘ Ruby client for the Web Application Description Language, is now available.
Wadl is designed to hide the details of HTTP communication between a web service client and a REST or HTTP+POX web service. In Wadl, faults are custom subclasses named after the fault ID, and users have the option of either binding parameters permanently to the WADL application, or leaving them to be bound differently for each request.
Wadl can be downloaded from github now.