But now I feel that my operations are more coupled to the API. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but the code is not so "clean" as it was and can break many operations if you change these classes. Remote chances to happen but boring stuff to fix.
I know that a PUT (and other methods too) has to return a response, but why should I have to write an empty response if the API can do that for me? It would be better if it was optional. I should only reference the response message if I wanted to handle
it in some way.
What am I missing? I really like the previous way and haven't seen the benefits of this change. IMHO
Thank you Darrel.