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81 81  = Interacting with the XWiki RESTful API =
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83 83  The XWiki RESTful API is accessible through HTTP so, in principle, you can use every client that is capable of "speaking" HTTP in order to interact with it. Even a web browser!
84 -If you want to write more complex programs you might download an HTTP library for your favorite language (e.g., [[http://hc.apache.org/]]), see [[this post>>xwiki:Blog.Use the Apache HTTP library to interact with the XWiki RESTful API]] by Mohamed Boussaa.
84 +If you want to write more complex programs you might download an HTTP library for your favorite language (e.g., [[http://hc.apache.org/]]), see [[this post>>xwiki:Blog.Use the Apache HTTP library to interact with the XWiki RESTful API]] by [[Mohamed Boussaa>>xwiki:XWiki.mouhb]].
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86 86  Java users might take advantage of the [[JAXB>>http://jaxb.java.net/]] framework and its [[XJC binding compiler>>http://jaxb.java.net/2.2.4/docs/xjc.html]] in order to generate domain object models directly from the [[XML Schema Definition>>https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/blob/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-rest/xwiki-platform-rest-model/src/main/resources/xwiki.rest.model.xsd]], and use them for serializing and de-serializing XML representations.
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