It's always best to write less code, right? And it makes a lot of sense to borrow someone else's hard work too. As you'll see in this article, the Amazon S3 service can expose the RESTful API and JetS3t makes working with S3 and the Java language a lot easier and ultimately a lot more efficient.
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JetS3t is fine, but I wrote a less bloated version to access S3, that's used in JBoss Cache. It's a simple API, thus a simple library to access it. Maven repo info: http://e-xml.sourceforge.net/ Code: http://e-xml.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/e-xml/amazon-s3/trunk/ It's based on the Amazon client implementation but cleaned up quite a bit.