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 These functions give you a place to define the representations and other Web-relevant properties of your application's resources -- with the emphasis that the first-class things on the Web are resources and that their essential properties of interaction are already quite well defined and usefully constrained.
 
-For most Webmachine applications, most of the functions are quite small and isolated.  One of the nice effects of this is that a quick reading of a resource will give you an understanding of the application, its Web behavior, and the relationship between them.  Since these functions are usually [[WebmachineReftrans|functions|referentially transparent]], Webmachine applications can be quite easy to test.  There's no need for mock objects, fake database connections, or any other wastes of time when you can write tests against each component of your application in terms of the input and output to various functions.
+For most Webmachine applications, most of the functions are quite small and isolated.  One of the nice effects of this is that a quick reading of a resource will give you an understanding of the application, its Web behavior, and the relationship between them.  Since these functions are usually [[WebmachineReftrans|referentially transparent]], Webmachine applications can be quite easy to test.  There's no need for mock objects, fake database connections, or any other wastes of time when you can write tests against each component of your application in terms of the input and output to various functions.
 
 From here, you can:
 * [[ExampleResources|read some examples]]