Search result description:Feb 9, 2015 ... Representational State Transfer (REST) has gained widespread acceptance
across the Web as a simpler alternative to SOAP- and Web ...
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Search result description:May 8, 2015 ... REST web services were not supported by the integrated web services server,
until the publishing of this article. This article is the second in a ...
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Search result description:Dec 4, 2013 ... This article helps you understand commonly used options for securing web
services. It also provides instructions on how to perform security ...
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Search result description:Sep 24, 2009 ... A RESTful Web service is a Web service implemented using HTTP and the
principles of REST. Typically, a RESTful Web service should define ...
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Search result description:May 8, 2015 ... In this third part, you will learn how to deploy an application as a RESTful web
service using multiple Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) ...
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Search result description:May 29, 2008 ... Until recently there was no formal language to describe REpresentational State
Transfer (REST) Web services—now there's WSDL 2.0.
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Search result description:Jan 29, 2015 ... Typically the APIs (or web services) are either SOAP-based or REST-based web
services. However, REST has gained widespread acceptance ...
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Search result description:Jun 9, 2009 ... RESTful Web services have emerged as a promising alternative to SOAP-based
services due to their simplicity, lightweight nature, and the ...
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Search result description:Jul 27, 2010 ... In the Java world, you can build a RESTful web service in several ways: Some
folks use JSR 311(JAX-RS) and its reference implementation ...
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Search result description:Sep 7, 2010 ... "Build RESTful web services using Spring 3" (see Resources) introduced
ContentNegotiatingViewResolver , which can pick a different view ...
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Search result description:Mar 11, 2016 ... A quick note on exactly what JAX-RS is. It stands for Java API for RESTful web
services and is used for designing web services according to the ...
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Search result description:Feb 23, 2010 ... JAX-RS (JSR-311) is a Java API that enables quick and easy development of
Java RESTful services. The API provides an annotation-based ...
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Search result description:Jun 30, 2009 ... Continue your training on building RESTful Web services and dynamic Web
applications using the multi-tier architecture. This article gives you ...
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Search result description:Jun 14, 2010 ... REST-based Web services are increasingly being preferred for integration with
backend enterprise services compared to SOAP due to their ...
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Search result description:May 8, 2013 ... JAX-RS enables developers to specify RESTful web service behavior by
annotating classes to respond to specific HTTP methods (such as GET ...
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