So, REST based web services are simpler than SOAP, right? Then why's it so difficult to create a REST based web service in Java? Using tools I can crank out a SOAP based web service in seconds - not so easy with REST. But help is on the way. The Sun Web Developer Pack contains an early access implementation of JAX-RS along with a tutorial. The tutorial starts with your standard hello application, but it provides a working copy of the application rather than instructions how how to build it from scratch. That's where I come in...Read the entire post: http://weblogs.java.net/blog/bleonard/archive/2007/07/an_introduction_1.html
Blogs: Building RESTful Web Services in Java
Brian Leonard runs through the process of building RESTful Web Services in Java Using NetBeans 6.0 and the newly minted Java API for RESTful Web Services JSR 311 - JAX-RS.
- Posted by: Daniel Rubio
- Posted on: July 19 2007 11:58 EDT