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News: The leading RESTful WebServices tool suite in the Eclipse space

  1. This release incorporates the fastest and most intuitive way to create, test and deploy RESTful Web Services in the Eclipse space. You'll be able to create a simple service from scratch and test/debug in about 2 minutes. For a sneak peek, see here.
  2. Looks promising. One thing I would be a requirement for me to consider using this tool is a (readable) textual representation of what these screens show. Something that can be put into source control work with standard diff algorithms.
  3. What implementation of JAX-RS is used here?
  4. What implementation of JAX-RS is used here?

    Jersey 1.0
  5. Good to see WADL support, I just created a module to create WADL for my services, so it's good to know tool adoption for WADL is growing, first with soapUI and now MyEclipse.
  6. Good to see WADL support, I just created a module to create WADL for my services, so it's good to know tool adoption for WADL is growing, first with soapUI and now MyEclipse.
    I never really liked WADL which is why we never added support for it with RESTEasy. For one, its XML centric, and two, I always thought a URI template, a list of consumable and producible mime types, and a short description of the service was good enough. WADL doesn't really encourage HATEOAS or have any way to describe such a design. I also don't like how it encourages assigning extra meaning to error responses. The HTTP specification already has well-defined meanings for most error codes. -- Bill Burke JBoss, a division of Red Hat http://bill.burkecentral.com http://jboss.org/resteasy
  7. I never really liked WADL which is why we never added support for it with RESTEasy. For one, its XML centric, and two, I always thought a URI template, a list of consumable and producible mime types, and a short description of the service was good enough.
    The core of WADL is a set of URI templates, the methods that can be applied to instances of those templates and the consumable and producable mime types for each of those methods. You can embed human readable documentation in most parts of the description and there's a stylesheet that will convert a WADL to a nice human-readable web page. Seem like a good match - no ?
    WADL doesn't really encourage HATEOAS or have any way to describe such a design.
    WADL can describe links in representations by identifying the kinds of resources they point to and hence the methods and representation formats they support.
    I also don't like how it encourages assigning extra meaning to error responses. The HTTP specification already has well-defined meanings for most error codes.
    It doesn't encourage assigning extra meaning, it just provides a way to describe the kinds of representation you could get back with a particular code.
  8. Netbeans[ Go to top ]

    Netbeans Netbeans Netbeans http://www.netbeans.org/kb/60/websvc/rest.html
  9. Hi all, I'd like to mention that Restlet has a very complete support for WADL. It can be used either to configure an application and/or it can be generated dynamically based on application resources. Best regards, Jerome http://www.restlet.org
  10. http://www.brucephillips.name/blog/index.cfm/2009/5/28/An-Introduction-to-Creating-RESTful-Web-Services-Using-Jersey-and-Java#comments

    If you are not using maven then place the jars mentioned in WEB-INF/lib folder if lib folder is not preset create one an place the jars.

    Also make sure the jar version is same as mentioned in the document or else it gives error.

    Download the zip file if you dont want to create the application that works great.