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Don’t Hate the HATEOAS Part Deux: Springtime for HATEOAS

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In the much belated conclusion to my series on HATEOAS, we will be diving into how to implement HATEOAS using Spring-Data-REST and Spring-HATEOAS. It is springtime for HATEOAS! I put together a functioning project that will demonstrate the code examples I have below as well as a few other features. The project can be found here: https://github.com/in-the-keyhole/hateoas-demo-II. JDK 8 and Maven are ...

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Don’t Hate The HATEOAS

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Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the HATEOAS REST has become the defacto, or at least vogue, solution to implementing web services. This is understandable because REST offers a level of self-documentation in its utilization of the HTTP specification. It’s durable, scalable, and offers several other desirable characteristics. However many so-called RESTful services don’t implement HATEOAS (Hypermedia ...

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Building a HATEOAS API with JAX-RS and Spring

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In my previous blog post I showed how easy Jersey can be configured with Spring Boot. My exploration on Spring Boot and Jersey did not end and I investigated the possibility of using Spring HATEOAS along with Jersey in Spring Boot application. Spring HATEOS allows creating REST representations that follow the HATEOAS principle and (as of writing this article) has ...

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Consuming Spring-hateoas Rest service using Spring RestTemplate and Super type tokens

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Spring-hateoas provides an excellent way for applications to create REST based services which follow the HATEOAS principle. My objective here is not to show how to create the service itself, but to demonstrate how to write a client to the service. The sample service that I am going to use is the ” the-spring-rest-stack” written by Josh Long( @starbuxman). The ...

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