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REST: Partial updates with PATCH


In previous posts we learned how to update/replace resources using the HTTP PUT operation. We also learned about the differences between POST, PUT and PATCH. In this post we will now see how to perform partial updates with the HTTP PATCH method. Before we start, let’s quickly check why partial updates can be useful: Simplicity – If a client only ...

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Creating High-Performance Web Applications with ActiveJ

In this article, we will create several web applications using a single full-stack ActiveJ framework. 1. Why using ActiveJ? Most of the Java frameworks have common drawbacks: Excessive layers of abstractions that hide the legacy staffTo much overhead, and thus lack of performance and flexibilityFramework specifications are elevated over business logic  ActiveJ’s main concept is to overcome these drawbacks. For ...

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