CXF 2.2 in Action – services design simplified

I was playing with CXF 2.2 over the weekend. I would like to share my experience in building a simple blogger service using CXF which provides seamless access to SOAP and REST web services. You would soon realize how services design and development has become easier with this new CXF release. Lets dive into the … Read moreCXF 2.2 in Action – services design simplified

Handling multiparts in Restful applications using CXF

Sergey recently implemented multipart support for CXF JAXRS implementation which is available in 2.2-SNAPSHOT. He talks more about the feature in his blog here. It certainly provides a simpler programming model like any other CXF frontends, which I always liked with the CXF project and prime reason for its growing popularity among developers. It supports … Read moreHandling multiparts in Restful applications using CXF

Java SE 6 Update 12 early access features 64-bit Java Plug-In

Support for 64-bit Java plug-in finally available with Update 12 early access. This feature request was a 4 year old RFE in Sun’s bug database. I just installed this plug-in on my 64-bit vista. Its nice to see your 64-bit browsers verify Java by clicking here. Sun is planning to open source Java Web Start … Read moreJava SE 6 Update 12 early access features 64-bit Java Plug-In

LoanDB – loan originations system reference implementation

LoanDB is a loan originations system reference implementation. This project will be developed using Java technology frameworks such as Spring (Web Beans in future?), Hibernate (JPA), CXF (JAXWS) and Jersey (JAXRS). The concepts are based on my original toy implementation for the loan processing NetBeans tutorial. The tutorial was primarily focused on developing JPA and … Read moreLoanDB – loan originations system reference implementation

Handling multiparts in Restful applications using Jersey

Multipart API in Jersey was made available by Craig in the recent 1.0.1 release. This API provides a simple mechanism to read and write body parts from within a restful application. Lets walk through a simple project resource which processes two parts, one JAXB bean and other an image. Add the following jersey maven dependencies … Read moreHandling multiparts in Restful applications using Jersey

Spring Framework 3 reaches milestone1

Spring Framework 3.0 M1 was released last week during the SpringOne Americas event, which looks very promising with EL and REST becoming top themes. Lot of coverage on the event has been blogged, and you can find one of my favorite entry by Solomon here. Juergen outlines some of the new features implemented in this … Read moreSpring Framework 3 reaches milestone1

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