Sunday, 23 February 2014



Readers would be pleased to know that I have teamed up with Packt Publishing  to organize a Giveaway of the new book that I have written -  Developing RESTful Web Services with Jersey 2.0.

And three lucky winners stand a chance to win 3 digital copies of this book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky Winners.

Overview:


 


·         Implement web services using different HTTP methods and *Param Annotations
·         Create resource and sub-resource methods
·         Understand the different rules of injection and the scope of the root resource classes
·         Explore different deployment processes of applications
·         Consume web services along with different HTTP methods and *Param Annotations
·         Get acquainted with different media representations (JSON, XML, and Multipart)
·         Send/push data events from server to client
·         Generate WADL specification


How to Enter?
All you need to do is head on over to the book page and look through the product description of the book and drop a line via the comments below this post to let us know what interests you the most about this book. It’s that simple.

Winners will get an e-copy of the Book.

Deadline

The contest will close on 28th Feb, 2014. Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

15 comments:

  1. Seems like it would be a great book. RESTful Web Services are used everywhere and I think a lot of knowledge can be gained from this book. I will be looking forward to my copy.

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  2. Get acquainted with different media representations (JSON, XML, and Multipart). As I am planning to do a mobile phone project and I need a simple way to exchange data. JSON seems prefect fit it

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  3. stefanofago@gmail.com23 February 2014 at 23:38

    3 arguments become very important today:
    - Generate WADL specification (to exchange service dictionaries like WS-* counter part)
    - Send/push data events from server to client ( for today soft-realtime and reactive event systems)
    - Explore different deployment processes of applications (aside to governance models to lead to a better governance framework)

    I'll be very happy if i can win a copy! Thank You

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  4. Learn to develop webservices with Json for my mobile app

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  5. I am an intern who works with Spring to develop restful applications and have been wanting to take a look at jersey.

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  6. I have been using RESTful web services with Jersey for a few months now. I hate to admit that this is a technology I have used more than once but with limited understanding. Just by going through the book's page I can pick areas I am unfamiliar with. I look forward to getting my hands on this copy and learn how to use all the technologies offered by JAX-RS 2.0. I think this is a must have book for a developer developing RESTful web services. I see this book as a must have for someone who wants to fully leverage and explore the full power of JAX-RS 2.0.

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  7. Its a very important topic when we live in an interconnected software world. Restful web sevices is a technology that every developer should know.

    This is an excellent opportunity to do so.

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  8. Would be nice to get to know Server Sent Events (SSE) to push the data events directly to the client.
    Being aware of WADL specification will be also a plus.

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  9. I haven't had yet the opportunity to work with jax-rs and your book covers a lot of subjects I'm interested like the new specification JSON-P (json with java and moxy right now is a must to me :-) ) or JAX-RS, so I'd really like be one of the lucky ones.

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  10. As soon as my knowledge is concern it would be a great book. If you want to build a software for your own business you can contact itverticals.com
    http://www.itverticals.com/services/software-development-services.html

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  12. I am professor in university, teaching students new paradigms and techniques about RESTful webservices.. i have performed most of learhnxning from jersey official website but i feel this book will help me and my students. t

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