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Learn how to build RESTful web services with JAX-RS and the latest technology from Java EE. [Click Here for a 10-day Trail]

--- What You'll Learn ---

  • How to build RESTful web services.
  • How to add hypermedia to resources in order to make your restful API dynamic.
  • How data integrity is ensured by implementing the bean validation API.
  • How validation failures are handled.
  • How to use media types such as JSON.
  • How the JSON processing API integrates with JAX-RS.
  • How to create and test resource endpoints.


  • --- What's in the Course? ---

    You will build a fully functioning bookshop application with a RESTful backend and a JSF client called Duke's Pulp Sci-Fi Bookstore.
    By the end of this course, you can expect to be comfortable creating and using JAX-RS to develop fully functioning RESTful APIs.

    Well, I hope you're ready, so let's get started. [Click Here for a 10-day Trail]




    --- Preview this Course ---

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          JAX-RS 2.0 Introduction
          Create the Resource Entity
          Using @Consumes and @Produces
          Validation Failure Management


    --- About the Author: Alex Theedom ---

    Alex Theedom is a Java enterprise developer with over 10 years of experience developing Java EE and Spring applications in a variety of sectors, including finance, gambling, and e-learning. He is also a Java trainer, published author, conference speaker, technical editor, kids' coding club mentor, an Oracle Certified Professional in Java SE and Java EE, and a member of the OTN Speaker Bureau. He is the author of Java EE 8: Only What's New and the coauthor of Professional Java® EE Design Patterns and has presented at JavaOne San Francisco; Devoxx UK; jDay Sweden; Java Day Lviv, Kiev, and VOXXED Days Istanbul; and JEEConf Kiev.

    [Click Here for a 10-day Trail]

     
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