What is the OData protocol?
OData is a standardized protocol for creating and consuming data APIs. OData builds on core protocols like HTTP and commonly accepted methodologies like REST. The result is a uniform way to expose full-featured data APIs.
TripPin – OData V4 Service
TripPin is a sample service designed to serve as an easy-understanding and real service and cover most V4 features and serve for a real scenario. The source code will be published soon.
Contribute to OData.org
Contribute to the OData ecosystem by publishing OData consuming tools, producing tools, libraries and live services. Apply for a contributor account to write blog posts to share your best practices of OData and favorite tools about OData.
New Support for OData V4
OData Version 4.0 has officially been approved as a new OASIS standard. Multiple efforts have been taken to build server and client libraries over different platforms to support OData V4.
Cool OData tool: XOData
XOData is an OData Service visualization and exploration tool. It will assist in rapid design, prototype, verification, testing and documentation of OData Services. Online version of the tool is free.
Participate or follow the standardization technical committee progress at OASIS.
Contribute to OData.org New
Share your ideas, tools and any other information related to OData on OData.org.
Join the mailing list New
Join the new mailing list for OData discussion. You can ask or answer questions about the OData protocol.