Tag Archives: REST

Using Jackson json parser in Apache Tomee 1.5 rest


Code in WEB-INF/openejb-jar.xml for every rest bean, in this case MobileRest: Add services in WEB-INF/resources.xml:

https://fmdojo.wordpress.com/2015/08/13/using-jackson-json-parser-in-apache-tomee-1-5-rest/

Implementing RESTful and stateless API using stateful resources in Java using RestFlow


Building a web application can be really tricky sometimes. When we add blurry concepts like stateless or RESTful it can become a nightmare….

https://alfonsopresa.wordpress.com/2015/08/20/implementing-restful-and-stateless-api-using-stateful-resources-in-java-using-restflow/

How IMVU Builds Web Services: Part 3


In this 3-part series, IMVU senior engineer Bill Welden describes the means and technology behind IMVU’s web services. Part 3: Documents and Links In the previous entry in this series I described how IMVU uses a structured network model to implement the uniform contract for our REST services and showed how they might apply to a […]

http://engineering.imvu.com/2014/11/02/how-imvu-builds-web-services-part-3-2/

Introduction to Android HTTP communication with Retrofit


In a previous post I described how to implement HTTP requests using the Google’s library Volley. We saw how to save lot of boilerplate code in such a critical part of our apps like the networking communication with our server using a well tested and reliable library. We showed how straightforward is to have so useful […]

https://davidguerrerodiaz.wordpress.com/2015/04/29/android-http-communication-with-retrofit/

Building a Microservices-based REST API with RestExpress, Java EE, and MongoDB: Part 1


Develop a well-architected and well-documented REST API, built on a tightly-integrated collection of Java EE-based microservices.

https://programmaticponderings.wordpress.com/2015/05/18/building-a-microservices-based-rest-api-with-restexpress-java-and-mongodb-part-1/

Designing Web API Versioning


In this post I am going to talk about some of the commonly used Web API versioning strategy and hope it will help you decide which one is best suitable for your scenario.You will also see that there is no right or wrong way of designing them but I am always about options and different […]

https://prashantbrall.wordpress.com/2015/05/31/designing-web-api-versioning/

Building a Microservices-based REST API with RestExpress, Java EE, and MongoDB: Part 2


Develop a well-architected and well-documented REST API, built on a tightly integrated collection of Java EE-based microservices. Note: All code available on GitHub. For the version of code that matches the details in this blog post, checkout the master branch, v1.0.0 tag (after running git clone …, run a ‘git checkout tags/v1.0.0’ command). Previous Post In […]

https://programmaticponderings.wordpress.com/2015/05/31/building-a-microservices-based-rest-api-with-restexpress-java-ee-and-mongodb-part-2/