I just started playing around with the HTTP/ATOM interface.
My first “GET” ended immediately with an error - The response couldn’t even get parsed because the “Content-Type” header looks like it’s not compliant with the HTTP specification (See https://github.com/EventStore/EventStore/issues/82).
Another rproblem is, that many parameters are only documented by being mentioned somewhere in an example. It looks like there also isn’t any XSD like schema that describes in detail what standard attributes (“eventType”, “data”, “metadata”) or structures are available. How do those parameters relate to standard ATOM stuff like “author”, “title” or “id”?
Looking at the questions in this group, I get the impression that most developers actually only use the C# interface instead of HTTP.
So my question: Does someone really use HTTP/ATOM? Is there any formal description available I missed?
I’d appreciate any help.