Java Web Services
Learn how to design and develop distributed web services in Java, using RESTful architectural principles and the JAX-RS 2.0 specification in Java EE 7. By focusing on implementation rather than theory, this hands-on reference demonstrates how easy it i
In this lesson you will learn to build web services in Java using both SOAP and REST-based protocol
Books: RESTful JAVA Web Services Interview Questions You;ll Most Likely Be Asked (Paperback)
The Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services 5 (SCDJWS) certification exam (designated CX-310-230) is for developers who have been creating web services applications using Java technology components such as those supported by the Java Web Services De
Summary"Making Java Groovy" is a practical handbook for developers who want to blend Groovy into their day-to-day work with Java. It starts by introducing the key differences between Java and Groovy-and how you can use them to your advantage. Then, it guides you step-by-step through realistic development challenges, from web applications to web services to desktop applications, and shows how Groovy makes them easier to put into production.
This book shows you how easy it is to create and use Web Services with IBM(r) Rational Application Developer or Web Developer, and WebSphere Application Server. Intended for novice to intermediate Java programmers, Developing Web Services for Web Appl
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This is the eBook version of the printed book. Sams has assembled a team of experts in web services to provide you with a detailed reference guide on XML, SOAP, USDL and UDDI. Building Web Services with Java is in its second edition and it includes the newest standards for managing security, transactions, reliability and interoperability in web service applications.
This is the eBook version of the printed book. Expert Solutions and State-of-the-Art Code ExamplesSOA Using JavaT Web Services is a hands-on guide to implementing Web services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) with today's Java EE 5 and Java SE 6 platforms.
Offers an updated tutorial for beginners explaining how to use Java to create desktop and Web programs, applications, and web services, including setting up the programming environment, building user interfaces, and writing Android apps.
"Java P2P Unleashed" provides a single source for Java developers who want to develop P2P systems. The book explains the benefits of each technology and shows how to fit the P2P "pieces" together - both in building new systems and integrating with existing ones. starts with a discussion of the P2P architecture, referencing similarities with existing, familiar systems while previewing several types of P2P applications.
"Java Web Services Unleashed" explores everything Java developers need for Web service development. Starting with the business considerations and roles of service-related technologies within the Java architecture, the authors then demonstrate applications using the "pillars" of Web service creation: SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL.
Apache Camel is a Java framework that lets you implement the standard enterprise integration patterns in a few lines of code. With a concise but sophisticated DSL you snap integration logic into your app, Lego-style, using Java, XML, or Scala. Camel supports over 80 common transports such as HTTP, REST, JMS, and Web Services."Camel in Action" is a Camel tutorial full of small examples showing how to work with the integration patterns.
Sams has assembled a team of experts in web services to provide you with a detailed reference guide on XML, SOAP, USDL and UDDI. Building Web Services with Java is in its second edition and it includes the newest standards for managing security, transactions, reliability and interoperability in web service applications. Go beyond the explanations of standards and find out how and why these tools were designed as they are and focus on practical examples of each concept.
Written by the team that helped create XML and Web services standards, this second edition has been updated for the next generation of tools and standards. With insider insight, architects from IBM go beyond the specifications and provide meaningful insights into both how and why these tools were designed as they are.
SOA Using Java Web Services