Hate JAXB annotations: MOXy and JAXBIntroductions comes to the rescue

JAXB is the defacto OXM binding framework for the Java platform which performs marshalling (serializing Java to XML) and unmarshalling (deserializing XML to Java) using the standard Java APIs. I must admit that JAXB is a smart addition to the Java Web services technologies stack. It reminds me of days where I used to write … Read moreHate JAXB annotations: MOXy and JAXBIntroductions comes to the rescue

Accessing RESTful services configured with SSL using RestTemplate

SSL enabled RESTful services are quite easier to develop and test using Jersey, Grizzly and RestTemplate. Jersey (resource development) Grizzly Web Server (resource configuration and deployment) Spring 3 RestTemplate backed by Commons HTTP Client (resource access) In a moment, you will notice how all these nicely fit the bill. Let us start with the POM … Read moreAccessing RESTful services configured with SSL using RestTemplate

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

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

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

Developing Apache CXF and JPA services in NetBeans 6.1 IDE

Apache CXF is an open services framework. It is more than just a Web Services stack. Its simple, powerful, and promising. Today, the CXF project graduated from incubation as a top-level Apache project. It has made several stable releases since its incubation. I know projects which still prefer to use first generation Axis due to … Read moreDeveloping Apache CXF and JPA services in NetBeans 6.1 IDE