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Suggestions for a good Java REST tutorial?

 
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We've got a new intern on our team who doesn't have any experience with web applications. Eventually he's going to work towards creating some REST APIs but I'm not sure where a good place to start him would be. Do you guys have any suggestions on a good tutorial to follow where he'll create a simple REST API -- something with basic CRUD operations maybe. The more information and examples the better. Our team is doing a lot of stuff with the Dropwizard framework so incorporating Jersey/Jetty/Jackson type stuff is good. I've done some google searches but there are a ton of tutorials of varying quality so I was wondering if anyone knows of any exceptional ones. Thanks very much for the suggestions and ideas!
 
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Hi Hans,

did you visit the certification area here, e. g. https://coderanch.com/t/678684/certification/Passing-Web-Service-Developer-Certified?

There is some good material.

If your new member is able to read german i could email my summary.

Best regards,

Uwe
 
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