RESTful Services

REST (Representational State Transfer) is an architectural style for designing networked applications. It allows interaction with web services using standard HTTP methods such as GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. RESTful web services offer scalability, simplicity, and flexibility, making them ideal for modern web applications. On this page, you'll learn the core concepts of REST, how to create and consume RESTful web services, and gain practical examples for better understanding.

  1. Introduction
  2. JAX-RS
  3. JAX-RS Parameter Annotations
  4. Sub-Resources
  5. JSON Support
  6. Deployment
  7. Use of @Context
  8. JAX-RS Entity Providers
  9. JAX-RS Exception Handling
  10. JAX-RS Building Responses
  11. Jersey Client
  12. XML Support