Archives for JAX-RS (REST)

Step by Step guide – REST Service using JAX-RS and jackson serializer

This post is a step by step guide for a REST Service using JAX-RS and jackson serializer. I am using Eclipse (Mars Edition), Apache Tomcat and Maven for build automation. This post is an advanced version and in few ways continuation of Basic Guide for REST Service that I posted earlier. Apache Wink…
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Building RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS – Annotations

Let's take a look at annotations that are used to build RESTful services. Based on the implementation framework that you are using, there might be many annotations. In this post we will discuss annotations that are supported by JAX-RS specs only. @Path @Path annotation identifies URI Path template Can be used…
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Building RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS – Introduction

Introduction to REST: REST Stands for REpresentational State Transfer. REST  is built to work best in web and uses a stateless communication protocol, typically HTTP. Following principles make RESTful application simple, lightweight and fast. URIs are used to identify resources (services). Uniform Indentification for CRID activities Create - PUT Read…
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