The JavaTM API for RESTful Web Services. For more detail, see Wikipedia.
This article discusses how to implement a simple audit logs solution with Java JAX-RS, including requirements, considerations for the implementation, and 3 different solutions based on Java Servlet, Jetty, and JAX-RS filter.
Quick introduction of asynchrnous processing in JAX-RS 2.x on both server-side and client-side.
This article explains how to set up and tear down a Grizzly Server for testing JAX-RS resources, how to create a HTTP request and assert the response using JUnit 4. And finally, the limits of testing API in reality.
This post explains what is JAX-RS Client API and how to use it via Jersey Client API. We will talk about the Maven dependencies, Client, WebTarget, and HTTP response.
This post explains exception mapper, how to register it in JAX-RS application programmatically or via annotation, the exception matching mechanism (nearest-superclass), and more.
This post explains different param annotations in JAX-RS 2.1 and their use-cases, including @QueryParam, @MatrixParam, @PathParam, @HeaderParam, @CookieParam, @FormParam and @BeanParam.
This article explains the common HTTP methods in JAX-RS: annotation @GET, @POST, @PUT, and @DELETE.
A quickstart demo for creating REST service in Java using JAX-RS 2.0. The sample is implemented by Jersey, the reference implementation of JAX-RS.