In addition to its basic functionality for mapping HTTP requests to Java methods, the Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) includes a wealth of additional features to make the RESTful Web Service developers life easier and more productive. This session will delve into lesser-known parts of the JAX-RS API, illustrating its use with a set of worked examples. This session is intended for developers who already have a basic understanding of JAX-RS and want to take their skills to the next level.+ More details
www.jboss.org/webinars Java EE6 focused on developer productivity and includes numerous enhancements that are true game-changers. In this session Pete and Dan will walk you through the key improvements, including those to EJB, Servlets, easy archive creation, Bean Validation (based on Hibernate Validator), JPA 2.0 criteria queries (thank you Hibernate) and the standardization of dependency injection (JSR 299 CDI). Through the use of a publicly available sample application, Pete and Dan will show you exactly how you can use these new features and hope to have a major impact on your daily life as an enterprise developer.+ More details
The hype around REST, Representational State Transfer, has been growing steadily the last couple of years. REST is the architectural style on which the web is built and many developers now try to make use of it also inside the firewalls. JAX-RS is the recently finalized specification that aims simplifying the development of RESTful APIs. In this session, we will take a closer look at REST and JAX-RS, with the focus on developing a simple application. Recorded 2009-11-05 at Øredev - www.oredev.org+ More details
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