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Recommendation for book about Jersey 2  RSS feed

 
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I need a good book on Jersey 2, how to build restful web service. Thanks
 
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Have you tried the tutorial ?
 
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Hi, thanks for the quick reply. The tutorial is just bits and pieces. What I really want is patterns and best practices using Jersey. Like the Book REST with Jersey 2.0 by Bill Burke, too bad he's using RestEasy. Thanks
 
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Do you really need to use the Jersey features that are not defined by JAX-RS 2.0? JAX-RS 1 had some gaps that one needed to work around by using implementation-specific stuff, but JAX-RS 2 has filled most of those. I haven't yet encountered a need to use the non-JAX-RS features of Jersey.
 
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Just want to covers the basics because the upper management has agreed to move from RESTify our software. Thanks
 
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