Build a RESTful Web service using Jersey and Apache Tomcat

Sep 24, 2009 ... The proposal for JSR 311 or JAX-RS (The Java API for RESTful Web Services)
was started in 2007, and the release of version 1.0 was finalized ...

RESTful Web services: The basics

Nov 6, 2008 ... If measured by the number of Web services that use it, REST has ... for example,
to become an integral part of Java™ 6 through JSR-311.

Construct a simple JAX-RS 2.0-compliant REST service with ...

Dec 20, 2016 ... Java™ API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) is a collection of interfaces and
Java annotations that simplifies the development of server-side ...

Create RESTful Web services with Java technology

Feb 23, 2010 ... JAX-RS (JSR-311) is a specification providing for RESTful services capability in a
Java EE environment. It promises to give you a viable ...

A multi-tier architecture for building RESTful Web services

Jun 9, 2009 ... You'll also learn about Java frameworks for building RESTful Web services as
well as a shared multi-tier architecture for building both RESTful ...

Developing RESTful web services in Liberty with JAX-RS - CICS ...

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 ...

WebSphere Developer Tools for Eclipse Juno

Jun 13, 2017 ... Try out lightweight tools for developing, assembling, and deploying apps to
WebSphere Application Server This is an archived version of the ...

Java RESTful Services 2.0

Oct 17, 2017 ... This feature enables support for Java API for RESTful Web Services. JAX-RS
annotations can be used to define web service clients and ...

Build RESTful Web services and dynamic Web applications with the ...

Jun 30, 2009 ... In the sample application, the application tier is built using Java™ code. This
article uses the Jersey framework for RESTful Web services; ...

Rational Cafe:EGL Cafe:EGL:calling EGL REST services via ...

Specifically I would like to consume an EGL REST service via native java. It looks
like this isn't officially supported and I need to deploy my ...

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