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Developing Restful Services with Jax-RS 2.0, Websockets, and Json

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Written as an easy and practical guide, this book is a crash course on using JAX-RS 2.0, JSON, and WebSockets to develop RESTful services.Getting Started with Developing RESTful Web Services using JAX-RS 2.0, JSON, and WebSockets is a perfect reading source for application developers who are familiar with Java EE and are keen to understand the new HTML5-related functionali ...more
ebook, 128 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2013)
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Chhayakanta
"Developing RESTful Services with JAX-RS 2.0, WebSockets, and JSON" is nice reference book. It's relatively short(100 pages) but beautifully covers all the topics.
The book is divide into 5 chapters. Chapter-1 starts with JAX-RS, Chapter-2 introduces WebSockets and Server-sent Events, Chapter-3 covers details understanding of WebSockets and Server-sent Events, Chapter-4 on JSON and Asynchronous Processing and Chapter-5 end with nice examples. Each chapter explains not only the new concept but th
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Diego Silva
Awesome book on RESTful, JAX-RS, WebSockets and JSON. Despite having few chapters (only five) makes a very detailed and practical examples of WebServices and best explanation that comes with HTML5, such as SSE (Server-Sent Events).

What I liked is that it will gradually describing concepts with basic examples, specific and well explained. And the final chapter develops a complete project using everything learned.

He also talks about the handling of JSON documents, the features of Servlet 3.1 and
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