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Spring in Action - Spring Consuming Web Services (JSON and XML)

 
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I've recently been playing around with some web services (especially the MLB json feeds). Is there a preferred way to handle this in Spring?

For example, I have an app called "is there a game today" and it can load 3 different feeds, 1 mlb, 1 nhl, and 1 nfl.

Also, what about Spring's support for json and xml parsing in general. I've looked into jackson, it looks pretty good. Is there a best practice for this?

Thanks
 
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