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Getting Started with Google GSON

In Java world,  JSON is becoming de facto standard for data exchange format over XML because of its ease of use and efficiency in terms of transferring it. If you don’t know about ...
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Custom Deserializer in Jackson and validation

tl;dr: it is important to add input validation to custom json deserializers in Jackson. In RHQ we make use of Json parsing in a few places – be it directly in the as7/Wildfly ...
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EclipseLink MOXy and the Java API for JSON Processing – Object Model APIs

The Java API for JSON Processing (JSR-353) is the Java standard for producing and consuming JSON which was introduced as part of Java EE 7.  JSR-353 includes object (DOM like) and ...
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Android AsyncTask ListView – JSON

Many times we need to populate a Listview using an AsyncTask. This is the case when we have to invoke a remote server and exchange information using JSON. In this post i want to go ...
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MOXy’s @XmlVariableNode – JSON Schema Example

We are in the process of adding the ability to generate a JSON Schema from your domain model to EclipseLink MOXy.  To accomplish this we have created a new Variable Node mapping. In ...
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Parsing ESPN API using Java and Google GSON

For my first post, I’ll explain how to parse the ESPN API.  The API documentation can be found at http://developer.espn.com/docs. Firstly, you’ll need to request an API ...
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Spring MVC, Ajax and JSON Part 3 – The Client Side Code

If you’ve been following this short series of blogs on Spring, Ajax and JSON you’ll recall that I’ve got as far as creating a Spring MVC web application that displays a form, ...
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Spring MVC, Ajax and JSON Part 2 – The Server Side Code

In my last blog I said that I was going to talk about Spring, Ajax and JSON, but didn’t. The reason for this is that I wanted to set the scene using a (barely) credible shopping ...
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Using Java WebSockets, JSR 356, and JSON mapped to POJO’s

So I have been playing around with Tyrus, the reference implementation of the JSR 356 WebSocket for Java spec. Because I was looking at test tooling I was interested in running both ...
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Spring MVC, Ajax and JSON Part 1 – Setting The Scene

I’ve been thinking about writing a blog on Spring, Ajax and JSON for a good while, but I’ve never got around to it. This was mainly because it was quite complicated and ...
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