JavaFX Web Services in 5 minutes


There are many entertaining local apps you can make for the desktop or mobile phone with JavaFX (puzzles, games etc) but the longer lived pleasures will be the ones connected to something interesting on the internet (like your twitter account). So they'll need to connect using a web service protocol.

The basic idea of the RESTful model supported in JavaFX is really simple (even the Janitor gets it):
And that that's it.

For more, there's JavaFX tutorial that steps you through building a client to Yahoo's image quary service. Here's an example with source of retreiving photo information from a Java EE application. Here's a higher level view of the features.

And, for the 10 minute version, this is for you.
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I am trying to practise project "Build system WebGis about digitize map, apply technical JavaFX"
I have many problem"
Image map convert to file .SVG. Tool convert from file image (.png, .gif, ..) to .SVG
what do I do to action file .SVG in JavaFX (digitize map)?

Posted by nhu_yeu226 on March 03, 2009 at 08:29 PM PST #

good

Posted by guest on July 09, 2009 at 09:31 PM PDT #

Working JavaFX examples for JSON, RSS, Google API, Yahoo API
- http://jfxstudio.wordpress.com/2009/07/24/javafx-web-services/

Posted by surikov on July 23, 2009 at 11:45 PM PDT #

Hi,

Its a pretty informative example to combine JavaFX and REST Webservices,.
But what if in case i want to access soap based web services i.e.
Access to auto generated JAX-WS client classes...

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