Everyone talking about JAX-RS and Jersey

There's been a flurry of JAX-RS and Jersey posts recently on the blogosphere. First, Andy Gibson walks you through the steps to create a RESTful resource available via GET's and POST's with some JPA in the mix and full code included.

Then, Gin-Lung Cheng offers another post decomposing the steps into : define the URLs, define the data representation, configure Jersey, create the JAX-RS resource classes and test them.

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Celinio's post covers JAX-RS in Apache CXF, while Craig Ringer discusses how to use Jersey 1.5 extensions to handle file uploads. This involves using the jersey-multipart module and is discussed in the context of JSF 2.0.

Update: WebLogic's very own Steve Button also has a piece on Using JAX-RS with WebLogic Server 10.3.4 (using NetBeans). Check it out!

While we're on the JAX-RS and Jersey topic, Marek Potociar will be the new lead for Jersey and a co-spec lead on JAX-RS 2.0, effectively replacing Paul Sandoz who has decided to pursue another exciting opportunity. Thanks for everything Paul, you've really made a difference! Welcome Marek!

Comments:

Hi Alexis,
it's funny that you mention this "flurry of JAX-RS posts" as i have also just blogged about it :
http://www.celinio.net/techblog/?p=637

I use the CXF framework.

Posted by Celinio Fernandes on February 06, 2011 at 05:13 PM PST #

gday Alexis -- I also just wrote up a short blog on using JAX-RS with WebLogic Server 10.3.4 and the NetBeans 7.0 beta.

http://bit.ly/wlsjaxrs

Posted by Steve Button on February 10, 2011 at 11:26 AM PST #

Thanks Steve. I've added the link!

Posted by Alexis MP on February 10, 2011 at 04:59 PM PST #

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