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Rest using Jersey – Complete Tutorial with JAXB, Exception Handling and Client Program

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Recently I started working on a Restful web service project using Jersey API. There are some tutorials available online but I faced some issues with exception handling and I didn’t found anywhere complete project using JaxB and providing exception handling approach. So once I was able to create a Restful web service using Jersey API with exception handling and client ...

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Testing client side of RESTful services

Develop an application that uses RESTful web API may imply developing server and client side. Writing integration tests for server side can be as easy as using Arquillian to start up server and REST-assured to test that the services works as expected. The problem is how to test the client side. In this post we are going to see how ...

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Simple REST client in Java

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Today most of the mobile applications that used to communicate to some server use REST services. These services are also common practice to use with JavaScript or jQuery. Right now I know 2 ways to create client for REST service in java and in this article I will try to demonstrate both the ways I know hoping that it will ...

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RESTful Web Applications with Jersey and Spring

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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 web services. I got to play with Jersey, the reference implementation of JSR 311 (Java API for Restful Services); this turned out to be a nice ...

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Integrating Jersey with Spring

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Spring provides a lot of benefits and promotes best practices with its dependency injection mechanism, application lifecycle management and Hibernate support (just to mention some). In addition when you want to have a clean server-side REST-like JSON Api, I found Jersey to be quite handy. This article briefly highlights how both of them can be integrated. In my little spare ...

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