REST Services for Quickr

Developerworks has a new article posted today on using REST Services for Quickr

IBM Lotus Quickr makes it easy for users to share business content. An important design principle of Lotus Quickr is to build the application on open interfaces that allow customers and partners to access content where and when they need it — otherwise known as the principle of information on demand. This article focuses on the Lotus Quickr Representational State Transfer (REST) services, including an overview and a simple example of how you can use them. Here we introduce the basic operations you can perform using Quickr REST services; more advanced operations will be explained in a future article.

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