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Java Web Services: Up and Running (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 27. September 2013

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Martin Kalin has a Ph.D. from Northwestern University and is a professor in the College of Computing and Digital Media at DePaul University. He has co-written a series of books on C and C++ and written a book on Java for programmers. He enjoys commercial programming and has co-developed large distributed systems in process scheduling and product configuration.


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Der Autor versucht ziemlich viel auf wenigen Seiten unterzubringen. Ein paar mehr Seiten und die dafür
ausführlicher hätten dem Buch gut getan.
Leider gibt es nicht viele gute Bücher zur Materie. Daher kann man es zum Einstieg heranziehen, aber
man sollte nicht zu viel erwarten.
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Für einen ersten Überblick ist das Buch sehr gut geeignet. Ich hatte es mir vor allem für die SSL und WS-Security gekauft und darin fast alle Erklärungen und Code-Beispiele gefunden, die zur Lösung der Aufgabe notwendig waren.
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HASH(0x9b4721d4) von 5 Sternen A code centric tour of Java Web Service APIs 20. September 2013
Von Ammy_Evaluator - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The book describes itself as "a code centric tour through the APIs and implementation technologies that support web services under Java."

Key words being "code centric" and "tour".

What you get:
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++ Lots of examples using key Java web service technologies.
....Service development examples using plain vanilla servlets, REST with JAX-RS/Restlets/JAX-WS, and SOAP with JAX-WS.
....Service deployment examples using a servlet container or an Endpoint publisher.
....Client development examples using plain Java (URLConnection), WADL generated classes, etc.
....Tooling such as xjc, wsimport, schemagen, wadl2java, etc.

However, here's what is missed:
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-- Not enough detail on supporting technologies such as JAXB, XML parsing, XML Schemas, etc.
-- Focuses heavily on Amazon's E-commerce API, which is too complex to make for readable examples in a short book. (This complexity is acknowledged in the section on async clients.)
-- The focus is on implementation, not design. So, no discussion of REST principles, good API design, etc.

Note that a significant complaint with the first edition was poorly written code examples. While I have not executed the code, all the snippets looked reasonable to me. However, the ZIP archives I downloaded from the O'Reilly site (points to github.com/mkalin/jwsur2) could not be opened using WinZip 12.

ConclusioN:
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The emphasis of this book is on coding services and clients. As a result, it avoids high level concepts, best practices, and provides only summary level discussions of other adjacent APIs.

This single minded focus may not be for everyone. However, I found it rather refreshing as there are enough high brow, but useless, books out there.

Happy SOA!
~A_E
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HASH(0x9b47f78c) von 5 Sternen Good book only if you want to see the variety of possible WS implementatons 11. Oktober 2013
Von Florin Vasile - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Instead of concentrating on a way to build efficient WS with standard Java Technologies this book tries to touch every possible way to create a web service with standard and non-standard technologies.

I would recommend concentrating more on Java EE and ways to build highly efficient web services with the standard technologies instead of exploring Restlet.
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HASH(0x9b482c6c) von 5 Sternen Just enough information to get you up and running 6. Oktober 2013
Von David C. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been a Java programmer for many years. Right now I have a project that requires me to implement a Java web service. I have a very minimal understanding on both RESTful and SOAP-based web services prior reading this book so this book is really my first book that I used to help me to gain more understanding on Java web services.

Here's my thoughts on this book.

- This book assumes you know some Java and object oriented programming since various Java technologies that enables RESTful web services and SOAP-based services use various OO techniques.

- If you have some understanding (even a little) on XML, JSON, HTTP(S), RESTful and SOAP then you will find this book much easier to understand and enjoyable.

- I think this book is written at a high level to get you up and running quickly with Java Web Services, it covers just enough so you can start working therefore chances are after reading this book you will still need to find some additional materials to dive into the ins and outs of whatever Java Web Service type you plan to implement. Since this book already provided you with the fundamental background so now you just need to read upon specific topics that you need.

- The example code does work but requires very minor modification. For example the shipped build.xml needs to modify to include the location of your $TOMCAT_HOME. No biggie, a very easy modification. Also I found it very easy to deploy the code in a Linux environment. I am not sure if it would be easy if you are in a Windows environment.

In summary this book met my expectation. My expectation is simply to get myself as quickly as possible to get up to speed with Java Web Services. It provided enough information for me to pick what type of Java web services (RESTful or SOAP-based) I want to implement for my project.
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HASH(0x9b482960) von 5 Sternen but does a poor job explaining a lot of the mechanics of the ... 22. Juni 2016
Von Karottop - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've never programmed web services in any language. I bought this book to learn REST and SOAP. This book covers those concepts, but does a poor job explaining a lot of the mechanics of the underlying classes or even the reasons for their existence. Much knowledge is assumed with this book. I found myself googling a lot of jargon and new Classes, which indicates a book lacking explanation. To a trained eye, this book might seem concise and potent. To a beginner it feels like a guy with ADD and 5 cups of coffee was trying to explain Java web services to an equally knowledgeable friend. Great for experienced web service developers, not for beginners trying to build a foundational knowledge of how the services operate from the ground up. As another reviewer mentioned, I would have liked it more if he just picked one topic. To the book's credit, I did like all the code examples. I just like a more healthy mix of both and explaination.

*Note: Many of the reasons I disliked this book could be the same reasons why another enjoyed it. As are the nature of reviews, this is my subjective opinion. I suggest you read other reviews as well before making your decision about this book as you may find that IT IS for you*
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HASH(0x9b482cc0) von 5 Sternen Great Book 24. September 2014
Von X Lee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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When I started reading the book, I felt boring because it takes 10+ pages to "talk". However, later I found this is a great book: it clearly describes the differences between REST & SOAP webservice with detailed code example. The best thing is the book covered almost all details with code examples. This makes us easy to understand and to apply it in real world. I strongly recommend this book if you want to learn REST & SOAP webservice.
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