Microservices

What Are Microservices? Microservices are a form of service-oriented architecture style (one of the most important skills for Java developers) wherein applications are built as a collection of different smaller services rather than one whole app. Instead of a monolithic app, you have several independent applications that can run on…

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SOAP Web Services 01 – Introduction To Web Services

SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of web services in computer networks. It uses XML Information Set for its message format, and relies on application layer protocols, most often Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), for…

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Type of Resource URI’s

There are 2 type of Resource URI Instance Resource URI Collectin URI Think about if i need all the messages so uri would be /messages similarly all the comments /messages/{messageId}}/comments So,these URI are called collection URI and these do not represt an instance like Id. For Example: /messages –> represent…

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Designing RESTful URI

Its very important before we start implementation to know about what URI should be based on the entities. Designing RESTful URI for Social Application The sample app that we will build in these articles is Messenger: The functionality the application will have Post Messages Comment on Messages Like and Share…

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Developing RESTful API’s with JAX-RS

The concept of REST are closely related to HTTP Lets have an overview of HTTP HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol so http is way to exchange communication,The stuff that is transfer is called Hypertext Hypertext is structured form of Text It contains logical link to other text These links…

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RESTful Web Service Introduction

In case of webservice we have different piece of code deployed on different machines As webservices means services provided over the internet. Companies like facebook twiter..etc publish their webservice which developers can consume and write code to interact with these application. For this the developers has to use the webservice…

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