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Technical Article: Making Jersey and JQuery Work Together

November 15, 2010 By: Janice Heiss
Julien Dubois's informative article, "Part 3: Making Jersey and JQuery Work Together", the third in a series, further explores the advantages of JQuery, a popular open-source JavaScript Library that provides many advanced and cross-browser functions that can enhance web applications.

From the article itself:

"We will connect the JQuery-enhanced Web page from the second article to the Jersey-based Representational State Transfer (REST) interface that we built in the first article. We will begin by introducing Ajax, which is now a very common technology, and then work on our ArticleEvaluator sample application in order to see how we can use Ajax to send and receive data between JQuery and Jersey. The result will be a working, JQuery-powered Web application that can make Ajax calls to our Java technology-based REST application.

Read the entire article here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/java/jersey-jquery-177519.html.

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