List/Grid Tag Archives: RESTful Web Services

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Restlet Framework – Hello World Example

Restlet is a lightweight, comprehensive, open source REST framework for the Java platform. Restlet is suitable for both server and client Web applications. It supports major Internet ...
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How To Implement Input Validation For REST resources

How To Implement Input Validation For REST resources The SaaS platform I’m working on has a RESTful interface that accepts XML payloads. Implementing REST Resources For a Java shop ...
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Spring Data REST in Action

What is spring-data-rest? spring-data-rest, a recent addition to the spring-data project, is a framework that helps you expose your entities directly as RESTful webservice endpoints. ...
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SOA and REST with Grails

I discussed on my previous article about REST and how to leverage RESTful web services on Grails platform. We will further discuss Grails on SOA & REST and try to visualize architecture ...
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Jersey Client: Testing external calls

  Jim and I have been doing a bit of work over the last week which involved calling neo4j’s HA status URI to check whether or not an instance was a master/slave and we’ve been ...
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Why REST is so important

This post is dedicated to REST, an architectural style of shaping webservices and the most misunderstood concept in the history of IT. This post is addressed to you who is designing ...
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Grails – RESTful Webservice using JAX-RS plugin

I discussed about RESTful architecture consideration and how to build RESTful web services using Jersey JAX-RS [JSR 311]  in JAVA. Today I am going to discuss how to build the RESTful ...
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RESTful Webservices with Jersey

I have discussed my earlier article about architectural consideration<<link>> to become a RESTful system on distributed environment that are usable my system/machines. This ...
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Developing RESTful Services using Apache CXF

Introduction As you already know there are two ways of developing a web serviceSimple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Representational State Transfer (REST)Before jumping on how to ...
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Spring from the Trenches: Adding Validation to a REST API

I am a bit ashamed to admit this but until yesterday, I had no idea that I can add validation to a REST API by using the @Valid and the @RequestBody annotations. This was not working ...
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