Jersey 1.4 was released on September 11th

[This is a rather tardy announcement of the Jersey 1.4 release which occurred just before the week of JavaOne a week of vacation to decompress.]

We have recently released version 1.4 of Jersey, the open source, production quality, reference implementation of JAX-RS. The JAX-RS 1.1 specification is available at the JCP web site and also available in non-normative HTML here.

For an overview of JAX-RS features read the Jersey user guide. To get started with Jersey read the getting started section of that guide. To understand more about what Jersey depends on read the dependencies section of that guide. See change log here.

Pavel integrated JRebel support with Jersey, see here.  So now it is possible to modify code, compile and JRebel will inform Jersey to reload information. Jersey needs to reload because it caches information about classes, using reflection, at runtime.

Martin and Jon improved the look and feel of the JavaDoc and user guide, added a search bar on the main page, and improved the way Google indexes the Jersey site, user guide and JavaDoc. For example if one searches for Viewable information about Jersey's Model View Controller support is displayed (note that documentation still needs to be added for this).

A client side HTTP digest authentication filter was contributed Raphael Jolivet.

Jackson was upgraded to version 1.5.5 (this project releases fast!). And Jakub added simplified configuration support for Jackson so it is not necessary to explicitly register the Jackson JAX-RS providers. See here.

The jersey-core module now bundles the classes from the jsr-311.jar so it is no longer necessary to include the latter jar in your class path. This was required so we can correctly isolate OSGi bundles using different versions of Jersey.

Roberto added support for improved CDI integration such that parameters of constructors of CDI constructed or managed beans may be injected with JAX-RS artifacts. This requires some fairly funky adaption of the CDI bean module in a CDI extension and pushes CDI and Weld to the limits. Unfortunately because of this it has introduced a regression with with GlassFish 3.1 and the current version of Weld. We tried to work around the issue but alas it sometimes fails with an NPE. However, the good news is i managed to create an alternative work around, which looks promising (thanks John Lister for verifying and providing addition feedback/patches!). The new workaround should be available in an early access release of 1.5 next week.

Martin is my manager but Martin codes :-) he added an API and SPI to make it easy to build OAuth 1.0 service providers. The default in-memory implementation of the SPI can be used for samples and tests and to guide people on how they can develop a more advanced implementation that persists credential information. See more here.

For feedback send email to:

users@jersey.dev.java.net (archived here)

or log bugs/features here.

Comments:

go Martin! (and Paul!)

Posted by Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart on October 15, 2010 at 11:27 AM CEST #

hi,

I am new to Jersey and i downloaded Jersey1.4 and started with simple hello world example.it is not working.I am wondering is it a environment issue?

i have following environment:

weblogic 8.1
jdk1.4
Jersey 1.4

please give ur input in this.

Thanks in advance
Jyoti

Posted by jyoti on November 18, 2010 at 05:27 PM CET #

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