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Developing RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS, Netbeans, Glassfish

Posted by caroljmcdonald on April 16, 2009 at 10:10 AM PDT

Developing RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS, Netbeans, Glassfish
and MySQL

Yesterday I gave a talk at a the Jacksonville Java
Users Group (JAXJUG)
on
Developing
RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS, Netbeans, Glassfish, and MySQL.
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You can dowload the StarOffice presentation here

Developing RESTful Web Services with Netbeans and JAX-RS

Content:
Lightweight
RESTful approaches have emerged as a popular alternative to
SOAP-based technologies for deployment of services on the Internet.

The
goal of the Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) is to provide
a high-level declarative programming model for such services that is
easy to use and encourages development according to REST tenets.
Services built with this API are deployable with a variety of Web
container technologies and benefit from built-in support for
best-practice HTTP usage patterns and conventions.

This
talk will provides an overview of the design process for a sample
RESTful Pet Catalog service using JAX-RS. It shows how to
build 2 sample clients for the Pet Catalog service one using the
dojo AJAX framework and one using JavaFX.

You can get more information here:

Here is a link to the PDF slides and recorded Webinar
Developing MySQL-Backed RESTful Web Services with Netbeans and JAX-RS

Here is a link to the Article
GlassFish
and MySQL, Part 4: Creating a RESTful Web Service and JavaFX Client

Here is a link to the JavaFX code
RESTful
Web Service and JavaFX client code

Here is a link to dojo client explanation and code
RESTful
Web Service and dojo client explanation and code

Comments

I am creating a Restfull (footprint.dev.java.net) service with Jersey and I always had problems to find a good client technology.. at least a productive one.. I will check the the JavaFX and Dojo demos to see if I can follow their approaches.. thanks for the links.......