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Binding to JSON & XML – Handling Collections

One of EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy)‘s strengths is the ability to map an object model to both JSON and XML with a single set of metadata. The one weakness had been that you needed to compromise on the JSON key or XML element for collection properties. I’m happy to say that this issue has been solved in EclipseLink 2.5 (and EclipseLink ...

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Passing complex objects in URL parameters

Imagine you would like to pass primitive data types, complex Java objects like java.util.Data, java.lang.List, generic classes, arrays and everything what you want via URL parameters in order to preset default values on any web page after the page was loaded. Common task? Yeah, but available solutions are mostly restricted to encoding / decoding of java.lang.String. The approach I will ...

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Test driving Java API for Processing JSON with GlassFish 4.0

Writing and contributing to a specification is one thing. Working with it and looking into real examples a pre-condition if you want to give valuable feedback. The latest promoted GlassFish builds contain the renaming to 4.0 and I thought it might be a good time to give the Java API for Processing JSON (JSON-P) a test drive. Get Java EE ...

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A walk-through for the Twitter streaming API

Introduction Analyzing tweets is all the rage, and if you are new to the game you want to know how to get them programmatically. There are many ways to do this, but a great start is to use the Twitter streaming API, a RESTful service that allows you to pull tweets in real time based on criteria you specify. For ...

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Testing REST with multiple MIME types

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1. Overview This article will focus on testing a RESTful Service with multiple Media Types/representations. This is the tenth of a series of articles about setting up a secure RESTful Web Service using Spring and Spring Security with Java based configuration.             The REST with Spring series: Part 1 – Bootstrapping a web application with ...

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Json deserialization with Jackson and Super type tokens

Datatables is a jquery plugin to present tabular information – it can enhance a simple table or can use a AJAX based data and present the information in a tabular form. Datatables requires the data from the server to follow a specific JSON format for it to be displayed on screen. Consider the case where a list of Member entities ...

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JSON-Schema generation in Jersey

So in my previous post I talked about a proposal to allow the use of JSON-Schema in a WADL, this post looks at how to get this working with a recently build of Jersey. You are going to have to download / reference 1.16SNAPSHOT until 1.16 is released. If you are using Maven this should be quite straight forward to update ...

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JSON-Schema in WADL

In between other jobs I have been recently been reviewing the WADL specification with a view to fixing some documentation problems with a view to producing an updated version. One of the things that because apparent was the lack of any grammar support for languages other than XML – yes you can use a mapping from JSON<->XML Schema but this ...

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