1. Amdatu REST

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    from Luminis Technologies Added 453 1 0

    Learn how to create RESTful web services using Amdatu REST.

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    • arquillian-rest-and-unitils

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      from Bernard Łabno Added 134 0 0

      Test JAX-RS applications all the way down to the database layer with Arquillian Rest Client Extension and Unitils. Source code is available here https://github.com/it-crowd/arquillian-rest-and-persistence

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      • Building RESTful Application using JRebel

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        from Official ZeroTurnaround Account Added 652 0 0

        This video shows how to build RESTful Application using JRebel incrementally so that you can make changes to your RESTful code and see the changes right away without redeploying the application.

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        • CON4279 Test Driven Development with Java EE 7, Arquillian and Embedded GlassFish v2.0

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          from Peter Pilgrim Added 505 1 0

          This is a reprise of my JavaOne 2013 talk in San Francisco where I talked about Java EE 7, Test-Driven Development with Arquillian and GlassFish 4. In this version, I have the full demonstration of the Xen Tracker application, which I wrote about in my new book: Java EE 7 Developer Handbook, Published by Packt Pub (September 2013). As I reprised this JavaOne talk, I actually then realised that it should have been two submitted talks not one. Part one would have been the overview of Java EE 7, TDD and Testing in practice and part two would have been about live coding of the Java EE 7 Restful services and integration with a JavaScript framework such as AngularJS. Hopefully, you like this improved and reprised version. There was a technical issue in the original version that prevented recording.

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          • EE6 Programming - Immediate Productivity

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            from JBoss Developer Added 3,345 5 1

            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.

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            • GeeCON 2011 - Advanced Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) by Jakub Podlesak

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              from GeeCON Conference Added 299 3 0

              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.

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              • GeeCON 2012: Arun Gupta - JAX-RS 2.0: RESTful Java on Steroids

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                JAX-RS 1.X has been a hugely successful Java API, and a lot of real-world experience has resulted in proposals of several new features. JSR 339 was created in early 2011, with the objective of exploring and scoping all these proposals. The purpose of this technical session is to elaborate on all the new features being discussed. The most commonly requested feature for JAX-RS 2.0 is a client API. Client APIs can range from low-level, just above HttpURLConnection, to high-level, often including support for IoC and hyperlinking. Other features this presentation covers are hypermedia, MVC, validation, interceptors, improved content negotiation, and better integration with other specifications such as JSR 330.

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                • JavaOne Brasil 2011: Jax-RS e Ext JS 4

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                  from Loiane Groner Added

                  Palestra dada no JavaOne Brasil 2011 sobre como construir uma aplicação Restfull com Jax-RS e ExtJS 4. A câmera apenas filmou metade da palestra! :/

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                  • JBoss Developer Studio 6 in 5 Minutes

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                    from Max Rydahl Andersen Added 6,408 0 0

                    This video shows some highlights of JBoss Developer Studio 6 in 5 minutes. The highlights include: JBoss Central, Project Wizards, CDI navigation, content assist, validation, JSF Visual Page Editor, JAX-RS browser, Webservice tester, OpenShift and the Mobile Browser Simulator. You can download JBoss Developer Studio from http://devstudio.jboss.com or install into your own Eclipse from Eclipse Marketplace at http://marketplace.eclipse.org/node/503834. More videos at http://docs.jboss.org/tools/movies/index.html

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                    • Kick start your Plain Old HTML5 (POH5) mobile project on JBoss AS7

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                      from JBoss Developer Added 2,959 7 1

                      Description: You've heard all the terms - Mobile Web, HTML5, JBoss AS7, Restful services, jQuery Mobile. Maybe you've even played around with them a bit. But how do they all fit together? We're going to discuss all of this, and how it is encompassed in the POH5 Architecture, otherwise known as Plain Old HTML5! Specifically how the technologies and techniques around this drive the next generation web. In this webinar Jay Balunas is going to walk through a sample application that does just that. Of coarse there will be links to the code, a live version of it hosted up on Red Hat Openshift (our very own PaaS), and plenty of details to wade through like: Pure HTML clients JAX-RS GET & POST endpoints HTML5 based page structure HTML5 form element & validation CSS3 selectors used for styling JAX-RS validation handling jQuery & jQuery Mobile integration QUnit test suite to validate JavaScript Arquilian test suite to validate endpoints Since part of this example is encapsulated in a Maven archetype you can get your project started in no time, and understand the guts from this presentation! Presenter Bio: Jay Balunas, principal software engineer at Red Hat, works as a JBoss core developer and leads up our mobile development efforts. He is also the RichFaces project lead and has been involved with various open source projects including Seam, Portal, and Weld. He is the co-author of two DZone RichFaces reference cards, and was a member of the JSF 2.0 expert group. Jay has been architecting and developing enterprise applications and projects for over ten years, specializing in mobile device integration, web tier frameworks, UI design, and integration. Jay has spoken at many conferences and user groups such as JavaOne, JSFSummit, JBoss World, JUDCon, and various JUGs. Jay blogs about RichFaces, JSF 2.0, mobile web, and other rich internet application technologies at http://in.relation.to/Bloggers/Jay

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