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java.sun.com/webservices hub - new avatar

Posted by arungupta on April 11, 2007 at 2:52 PM PDT

We heard you and changed it for you!

java.sun.com/webservices, the
Web services hub for the Java platform, is released today with a completely
redesigned website. The content is now much better organized using the tabbed
approach and hopefully you'll find it easier to navigate and find your content
intuitively. Here are some of the key points I'd like highlight to help you get
started:

  • All the content from previous website is now re-factored into the new
    website. Please leave a comment on this blog if you see a broken link or
    missing content.
  • Added Why for JAX-WS,
    JAXB,
    WSIT,
    JAXP and
    XWSS. It explains in one line why
    you should look at any of these technologies. And of course, you can always
    dig deeper by clicking on the project name.
  • What's
    New
    page does exactly what it says. It highlights new releases/AskTheExpert/blogs/screencasts
    in the Java Web services stack. We plan to update this page on a regular
    basis.
  • A
    consolidated FAQ page
    with links to FAQ of each Web services technology.

  • Technologies tab
    classifies the Web services into Core, Enhanced and
    Secure. We hope you find this classification intuitive.

  • Reference tab
    serve all your documentation needs (tutorials, samples,
    tech articles, screencasts and others).

  • Community tab
    shows how we remain in touch with each other. For example,
    list of all the
    Web services related forums
    , all
    Web services
    blogs
    , all
    java.net projects
    . You can subscribe to the aggregated feed

    here
    .
  • Support tab
    is how you can get free and paid support on Web services. It has links to
    the different training paths Sun offers for Web services. It also has links
    to all issue trackers for each of the Web services projects.
  • Download
    tab
    has clear links to GlassFish
    download which is eventually how all the Web services technologies are
    delivered and to individual technology download, if that is what you like.

Leave a comment on this blog if you like the new look, don't like it or would
like to see more/different content. Read

Sekhar
and
Manveen's
entry as well.

Happy surfing!

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