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Sunil Gulabani

Sunil Gulabani is a software engineer based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat (India). He completed his graduation in Commerce from S M Patel Institute of Commerce (SMPIC) and Masters in Computer Applications from Ahmedabad Education Society Institute of Computer Studies (AESICS). He has been a top ranker while pursuing his master's degree. He has also presented a paper "Effective Label Matching For Automated Evaluation of Use Case Diagrams" on Technology For Education (T4E)—IIIT. Hyderabad, an IEEE Conference, along with senior lecturers, Vinay Vachharajani and Dr. Jyoti Pareek.

He has been working since 2011 as a software engineer, and is Cloud technology savvy. He has experience in developing enterprise solutions using Java (EE), Apache SOLR, RESTful web services, GWT, SmartGWT, Amazon web services (AWS), Redis, Memcache, MongoDB, and so on. He has a keen interest in system architecture and integration, data modeling, relational databases, and mapping with NoSQL for high throughput.

Apart from that, he takes interest in writing tech blogs and is actively involved in a knowledge-sharing community named Java User Group Ahmedabad (JUG-Ahmedabad).

You can visit him online at http://www.sunilgulabani.com and follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/sunil_gulabani, or reach him directly at sunil_gulabani@yahoo.com.


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Good Beginner's Introduction 27. Dezember 2013
Von Brett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book provides a solid introduction into using JAXRS for your server side api development. I wish I could have found this book sooner since it would have saved me a number of hours spent scouring the internet when I was getting started with JAXRS building a small rest like API.

I do have to emphasize though that the book is truly just an introduction. It covers only the basics and provides some simple examples to get you using the technology. You will not find any advanced examples or real world best practices here. You should also make sure you understand the concepts of what a restful api is before diving into this book to build one.
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Intro to Jersey 2.0 16. Januar 2014
Von Nenko Tabakov - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This books gives introduction to JAX-RS 2.0. It presents the features of JAX-RS 2.0 and provides source code examples. It doesn’t require any knowledge of JAX-RS 1.0 and can be used as good introductory manual. However the book requires understanding of the REST architecture.

The books starts with brief introduction to JAX-RS 2.0 and its reference implementation Jersey. The introduction consists of overview of all the features of JAX-RS 2.0, list of the modules that a Jersey application require and how they can be obtained.

The second chapter introduces the Server API. It describes all the building blocks of a REST application and provides example for each of it. This is the biggest chapter of the book and covers all the JAX-RS annotations, rules of injection and usage of sub resources.

In the third chapter the Client API is presented. Again there’s a description for each of the request methods and provides examples how RESTful web services can be consumed.

The fourth chapter describes the different media types supported by Jersey out of the box.

The fifth chapter is dedicated to Server-Side Events. It has examples how they can be used both on server and client side along with examples and the modules required in order SSE to operate.

The sixth chapter is all about WADL and how it can be generated using Jersey.

This book is good introduction of JAX-RS 2.0 and its reference implementation Jersey. It covers basic functionality but doesn’t go into advanced topics like implementing custom media type providers, content negotiation API, dealing with requests and responses manually, validation etc. If you are familiar with REST and look for introductory book about JAX-RS 2.0 this one will do.

Check the author’s web site for more information about RESTful Web Service - [...]
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Good, short, basic overview 1. März 2015
Von The Tonkster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was looking for a short read with code examples in order to get a quick overview of REST with Jersey. This book did just that. There are other books out there with a lot more content if that is what you are looking for. I got exactly what I expected from this book - the basics.
it has like 4 2. August 2015
Von Tula - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Jersey 2.0 manual has more information, not helpful at all. For example just take a look at the Jersey 2.0 client section, it has like 4 sentences
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this book is for beginners 9. Februar 2014
Von NeverQuitter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Book is well organized.
Easy to read and refer.
Detailed Explanation and example to various annotation are good. I have found few new things such as headerparam and cookieparam.
Good for beginners.

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Nothing much new in this book.Most of this stuff is already well explored by all the developers. Jersey is not a new framework and has been around for a while.
I do not know why we need a dedicated chapter exploring JSON and XML with all the marshaling tools. we have been using them for around 10 yrs now..
I do not think we need a chapter dedicated to WADL. WADL is not widely used. this might give the readers a bad idea.
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