List/Grid Tag Archives: RESTful Web Services

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Tutorial – REST API design and implementation in Java with Jersey and Spring

Looking to REST in Java? Then you’ve come to the right place, because in the blog post I will present you how to “beautifully” design a REST API and also, how to implement it ...
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Behavior-Driven RESTful APIs

In the RESTBucks example, the authors present a useful state diagram that describes the actions a client can perform against the service. Where does such an application state diagram ...
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RESTBucks Evolved

The book REST in Practice: Hypermedia and Systems Architecture uses an imaginary StarBucks-like company as its running example. I think this is a great example, since most people are ...
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Building a simple RESTful API with Spark

Disclaimer: This post is about the Java micro web framework named Spark and not about the data processing engine Apache Spark. In this blog post we will see how Spark can be used to ...
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REST Maturity

In 2008, Leonard Richardson published his Maturity Heuristic that classified web services into three levels based on their use of URI, HTTP, and hypermedia. Back then, most web services ...
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Spring Rest Controller with angularjs resource

Angularjs ngResource is an angularjs module for interacting with REST based services. I used it recently for a small project with Spring MVC and wanted to document a configuration ...
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Declarative Linking in Jersey 2.9 and up

A couple of weeks ago A couple of months ago I was looking how I was going to engineers new REST API for an Oracle Cloud project. Once of the things I had planned to do was to use ...
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Rest API best(?) practices reloaded

The last one and a half year I’m involved in 2-3 projects that expose a big set of Rest APIs for “external” use. I will come back later and explain why the word external is ...
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Jax-RS custom exception handling

One of the nice things about working with JEE is the components available really are pretty standard.  While using JAX-RS, sometimes you need to control how exceptions get processed ...
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Dropwizard: painless RESTful JSON HTTP web services

Java developers looking for a quick, painless way of creating production-ready RESTful JSON HTTP web services should consider the Dropwizard framework. Dropwizard brings together well-regarded ...
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