We held our first internal workshop today on REST APIs.
The video and slides are below and a link to the apiary.io discussion project can be found here.
GET /users -> index GET /users/new -> new POST /users -> create GET /users/:user -> show PUT /users/:user -> update DELETE /users/:user -> destroy
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