By alexismp on Oct 16, 2011
One of the very well attended set of sessions and highly anticipated Java EE 7 technology is JAX-RS 2.0 (JSR 339), a specification that now has an early draft awaiting publication.
Co-spec lead Santiago Pericas-Geertsen has started a series of blogs on important features, starting with the Client API.
As expected, this defines a
Client class and a builder pattern for better readability. Make sure you read Santiago's piece to understand what Message Body Writers (or MBWs) are and how configurable this API is meant to be.