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  • Taschenbuch: 390 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 2 (22. November 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 144936134X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449361341
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2 x 23,3 cm
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Bill Burke is a Fellow at the JBoss division of REd Hat Inc. A long time JBoss contributor and architect, his current project is RESTEasy, RESTful Web Services for Java.

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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Napfton am 24. Februar 2014
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RESTful Java with JAX­RS 2.0 is a book for experienced Java developers that want to get a grip on the mechanics of RESTful web services. It starts off with a personal introduction from the author Bill Burke, explaining why anybody should bother with RESTful at all. He mentions his experience with SOAP based web services or CORBA and how other fellow developers he met in his life finally moved from these technologies to RESTful web services. At this point I would much rather have gotten a list or a more detailed explanation for the “why” it is better to use REST than to use SOAP. Some points the reader realizes while reading the book of course, like
the API which is defined by the protocol standard HTTP or that it is stateless or that one
accesses resources directly. But the book lacks some personal conclusion to why and when to
prefer REST over SOAP or any other technologies.

Except from that, the book is a classical workbook, it opens with basic explanations of what you
need to understand REST, then immediately introduces JAX­RS 2.0 and how Java code will look
when you start developing your first RESTful web service with it. It goes into detail about all the
matching and parameterizing of method calls and even sometimes how it works underneath its
simple API. Also one chapter is about HATEOAS which I had not heard about at all before I
picked up this book. That first part basically introduces all concepts and techniques you need to
understand with JAX­RS and to successfully try out the second part of the book: the actual
workbook.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Abdolreza Minovi am 1. Mai 2015
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I was looking for a book which provides an in-depth coverage of JAX-RS 2.0 since I had got tired of picking up bits and pieces in the net. Among the books I have seen this is probabely one of the best or the best. The book explains the different aspects of JAX-RS 2.0 very well and very thoroughly. Since I use Jersey's JAX-RS 2.0 implementation I had hoped that the examples' section is rather based on that framework. The examples are based on Jboss resteasy framework. The only topic which has been left out and which is from my point of view quite an essential security topic is the topic CORS and it's implementation. A lot of people will stumble over this issue and unfortunately the book pretty much leaves out this topic. Nevertheless it provides enough details on filters and interceptors so that you can implement CORS yourself.
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The complete guide to JAX-RS 16. Januar 2014
Von G. van Staden - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you have a fundamental grasp of Java and want to learn how to build REST services this book and some time is about all you need. It is a thoughtfully constructed guide, taking you from understanding REST through designing REST web services and into ever increasing depth of JAX-RS including deployment. There are two main sections dividing the theory and practical with resources available for download to get you started. I found the pace comfortable and enjoyed the book’s focus on applying JAX-RS to real world scenarios.
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A comprehensive coverage of JAX-RS 20. April 2014
Von Mark Freeman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was excited to read this book considering I use JAX-RS and RESTEasy at work. Another developer put together the foundation of our web services using these technologies and I wanted to better understand the core of what I work with each day. This book perfectly fit that need.

Many technical books are written by authors who have worked with the technology for a couple of years or, in some cases, learned it just for the sake of writing the book. This is NOT the case for RESTful Java with JAX-RS.The author, Bill Burke, is the main contributor to RESTEasy, a framework that makes working with JAX-RS, well, easy. You won't find a better resource for information on the subject.

The book starts with explaining what REST is and is not, along with its guiding principles. Through the first few chapters the reader is introduced to new concepts and assumes no previous knowledge of the technology. However, shortly after, you are plunged into the heart of the technology using examples of servlet and client side code. Some of the topics include HTTP Content Negotiation, Scaling (caching), Security, and the plethora of annotations that can be used.

Overall, I really liked the book. My only complaint would be that many of the source code examples were incomplete. I am one of those people who like to run each example to make sure I understand how things work. I'm guessing code was left out for the sake of brevity. That being said, as the title says, this is a comprehensive treatise on the subject. Given the incomplete source examples I would have given the book 4 stars, however the book does something well that many books don't, it serves as both an introduction and a long term reference.. If you are new to the technology, this is a great introduction to concepts and how things work. If you already know the topic but want a good reference resource to keep beside you, the book covers that too. You can't go wrong purchasing this book; 5 stars from me.
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Clear introduction to REST, practical focus 14. Dezember 2014
Von booklover - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book offers a clear introduction to REST and helps one understand and use the JAX-RS 2.0 API for building REST servers and REST clients.

I used this book when I was learning REST and needed to write a REST client that talked to a REST server, which was implemented in a non-Java programming language. Even though the focus of my efforts did not match the book's focus, a focus on how to write a REST server in Java, the book helped me succeed by clearing explaining and giving examples of using the REST client API.
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Easy to follow. A great choice. 4. Mai 2014
Von George Karanikas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I really like the way that this book covers readers that are new to the world of REST services but also addresses some more advanced parts for experienced ones.

The book is well written and can be followed very easily. It includes several examples that can help the reader comprehend better how things work.

Chapters stick to their target and the author is not hasty to introduce more advanced techniques (or even some time easier ones) in order to make the reader start from the very basics and have a spherical knowledge of the topic.

Highly recommended book for everyone.
Flawed presentation 16. März 2015
Von Mario Diana - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The first few chapters do a decent job of establishing context for the reader and introducing the basic principles. But after that, things begin to go downhill. Once he's past the fundamentals of the REST API, the author only casually mentions or largely glosses over many important details. I've programmed the servlet API and am familiar with deploying webapps on Tomcat, so it's not like I came to this completely cold. Nevertheless, I found the book repeatedly frustrating. Many points in the book I was only able to figure out by supplementing the text with both googling and trial and error—too much of both, really. The sad thing is that, while there is a lot to this API, none of it is rocket science.

The only reason I'm giving it 3 stars rather than 2 is because it is difficult to find this information anywhere else, and so the book, despite its faults, is of some value. But you don't spend the money being asked for programming books nowadays for this kind of aggravation. The author could have communicated the subject better, and so I'm going to guess the book could have benefited from more editorial guidance and more time allotted for revision.
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