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REST based Web Service

 
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Hi ranchers,

I need to learn REST based Web Service to work with Spring. Will someone please provide me some link for some good starters for that. I've read a couple of it and didn't quite get it.

 
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Hi!
Which web service stack do you want to use?
Apache CXF can do RESTful web services and works well with Spring. In fact, Spring is used internally in Apache CXF: http://cxf.apache.org/
RESTlet is a small and flexible framework for developing RESTful web services. Works very well with Spring: http://www.restlet.org/
Jersey, the JAX-RS reference implementation, also has Spring integration: https://jersey.dev.java.net/
JBoss RESTEasy also has Spring integration: http://www.jboss.org/resteasy

For the sake of simplicity, I would advice you to take a look at RESTlet. There are tutorials and documentation on their webpage.
With RESTlet you can develop stand-alone RESTful web services that does not need any container to run. The others may also be able to do this, but I have only done it with RESTlet.
Best wishes!
 
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^^

As you say, for the sake of simplicity, i choose RESTlet. Thanks a ton for the information Ivan.
 
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