List/Grid Tag Archives: RESTful Web Services

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RESTEasy Tutorial Part-2: Spring Integration

RESTEasy provides support for Spring integration which enables us to expose Spring beans as RESTful WebServices.                     Step#1: ...
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RESTEasy Tutorial Part-1: Basics

RESTEasy is a JAX-RS implementation from JBoss/RedHat and is in-built in JBoss 6 onwards. Here I am going to show you how to develop a Simple RESTful Web Services application using ...
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REST CXF for Spring JPA2 backend

In this demo, we will generate a REST/CXF application with spring/jpa2 backend. This demo presents the track REST-CXF of minuteproject. The model from ...
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Google App Engine JAX-RS REST service

In this article you will learn how to create a REST service using JAX-RS reference implementation (Jersey) and deploy it on Google AppEngine.Prerequisites For this tutorial ...
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Maven Integration Testing And Spring Restful Services

Introduction My original blog showed how to seperate maven unit and integration tests using a very simple example. http://johndobie.blogspot.com/2011/06/seperating-maven-unit-integration-tests.html ...
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REST endpoint for integration using Apache Camel

REST is an architectural style used for organizing resources and when applied to HTTP-based services allows building stateless, decoupled, scalable services. HTTP methods, HTTP headers, ...
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Protect a REST service using HMAC (Play 2.0)

We have HTTPS, what more do we need? When you talk about security for REST based APIs, people often point to HTTPS. With HTTPS you can easily protect your services from prying eyes ...
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Play 2.0: Akka, Rest, Json and dependencies

I’ve been diving more and more into scala the last couple of months. Scala together with the “Play Framework” provides you with a very effective and quick development ...
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RESTful Web Applications with Jersey and Spring

A couple of months ago, we were tasked with creating an API to expose some functions in our system to third party developers. We chose to expose these functions as a series of REST ...
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How should REST services be documented?

REST has become the standard way of creating APIs and exposing resources on the internet. Traditional web services (using SOAP and various sets of WS-* standards) are still used a lot ...
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