Jersey 1.0 final ships – production quality RI for JSR 311 API

Today, Paul announced in his blog about the availability of Jersey 1.0. I have been waiting for this release like many others. The Jersey team delivered a pretty solid implementation and this implementation has been tested by the user community to a greater extent. This project can be considered as a blueprint for similar JSR … Read moreJersey 1.0 final ships – production quality RI for JSR 311 API

Yahoo Search Restful Client using Jersey

Yahoo Search provides a RESTful interface for web search. Of course this service is been there for a while. I was just curious to use Jersey Client to play around with the Yahoo REST service. It opens up a world of possibilities for building applications around these services in Java. Let us invoke the web … Read moreYahoo Search Restful Client using Jersey

Building RESTful web services using Jersey

Jersey is a JSR 311 reference implementation for the JAX-RS spec (The Java API for RESTful Web Services). The JSR development is nearing its completion, but for most part the RI is stable enough for developers to start playing with RESTful services. JAX-RS is an elegant API built around the powerful REST architecture and modeled … Read moreBuilding RESTful web services using Jersey

ActiveMQ – shifting message brokering market landscape

Message brokering markets were once dominated by heavy weights and required huge investments by enterprises for implementing such solutions. Vendors made huge bucks out of it by selling such solutions and support. Is this still considered a niche market? I personally don’t think so. I am definitely not against vendors offering such solutions, but the … Read moreActiveMQ – shifting message brokering market landscape