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RESTful Java with JAX-RS 2.0. Designing and Developing Distributed Web Services. 2nd Edition
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Autor: Bill Burke
ISBN: 9781449361457
stron: 392, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2013-11-12
Księgarnia: Helion

Cena książki: 109,65 zł (poprzednio: 127,50 zł)
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Dodaj do koszyka RESTful Java with JAX-RS 2.0. Designing and Developing Distributed Web Services. 2nd Edition

Tagi: Java - Programowanie

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 is to get started with services based on the REST architecture.

With the book’s technical guide, you’ll learn how REST and JAX-RS work and when to use them. The RESTEasy workbook that follows provides step-by-step instructions for installing, configuring, and running several working JAX-RS examples, using the JBoss RESTEasy implementation of JAX-RS 2.0.

  • Learn JAX-RS 2.0 features, including a client API, server-side asynchronous HTTP, and filters and interceptors
  • Examine the design of a distributed RESTful interface for an e-commerce order entry system
  • Use the JAX-RS Response object to return complex responses to your client (ResponseBuilder)
  • Increase the performance of your services by leveraging HTTP caching protocols
  • Deploy and integrate web services within Java EE7, servlet containers, EJB, Spring, and JPA
  • Learn popular mechanisms to perform authentication on the Web, including client-side SSL and OAuth 2.0

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  • RESTful Java with JAX-RS 2.0
  • Foreword
  • Preface
    • Authors Note
    • Who Should Read This Book
    • How This Book Is Organized
      • Part I, REST and the JAX-RS Standard
      • Part II, JAX-RS Workbook
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • Using Code Examples
    • Safari Books Online
    • How to Contact Us
    • Acknowledgments
  • I. REST and the JAX-RS Standard
    • 1. Introduction to REST
      • REST and the Rebirth of HTTP
      • RESTful Architectural Principles
        • Addressability
        • The Uniform, Constrained Interface
        • Why Is the Uniform Interface Important?
        • Representation-Oriented
        • Communicate Statelessly
        • HATEOAS
          • The engine of application state
      • Wrapping Up
    • 2. Designing RESTful Services
      • The Object Model
      • Model the URIs
      • Defining the Data Format
        • Read and Update Format
          • Common link element
          • The details
        • Create Format
      • Assigning HTTP Methods
        • Browsing All Orders, Customers, or Products
        • Obtaining Individual Orders, Customers, or Products
        • Creating an Order, Customer, or Product
          • Creating with PUT
          • Creating with POST
        • Updating an Order, Customer, or Product
        • Removing an Order, Customer, or Product
        • Cancelling an Order
          • Overloading the meaning of DELETE
          • States versus operations
      • Wrapping Up
    • 3. Your First JAX-RS Service
      • Developing a JAX-RS RESTful Service
        • Customer: The Data Class
        • CustomerResource: Our JAX-RS Service
          • Creating customers
          • Retrieving customers
          • Updating a customer
          • Utility methods
        • JAX-RS and Java Interfaces
        • Inheritance
      • Deploying Our Service
      • Writing a Client
      • Wrapping Up
    • 4. HTTP Method and URI Matching
      • Binding HTTP Methods
        • HTTP Method Extensions
      • @Path
        • Binding URIs
        • @Path Expressions
          • Template parameters
          • Regular expressions
          • Precedence rules
          • Encoding
        • Matrix Parameters
      • Subresource Locators
        • Full Dynamic Dispatching
      • Gotchas in Request Matching
      • Wrapping Up
    • 5. JAX-RS Injection
      • The Basics
      • @PathParam
        • More Than One Path Parameter
        • Scope of Path Parameters
        • PathSegment and Matrix Parameters
          • Matching with multiple PathSegments
        • Programmatic URI Information
      • @MatrixParam
      • @QueryParam
        • Programmatic Query Parameter Information
      • @FormParam
      • @HeaderParam
        • Raw Headers
      • @CookieParam
      • @BeanParam
      • Common Functionality
        • Automatic Java Type Conversion
          • Primitive type conversion
          • Java object conversion
          • ParamConverters
          • Collections
          • Conversion failures
        • @DefaultValue
        • @Encoded
      • Wrapping Up
    • 6. JAX-RS Content Handlers
      • Built-in Content Marshalling
        • javax.ws.rs.core.StreamingOutput
        • java.io.InputStream, java.io.Reader
        • java.io.File
        • byte[]
        • String, char[]
        • MultivaluedMap<String, String> and Form Input
        • javax.xml.transform.Source
      • JAXB
        • Intro to JAXB
        • JAXB JAX-RS Handlers
          • Managing your own JAXBContexts with ContextResolvers
        • JAXB and JSON
          • XML to JSON using BadgerFish
        • JSON and JSON Schema
      • Custom Marshalling
        • MessageBodyWriter
          • Adding pretty printing
          • Pluggable JAXBContexts using ContextResolvers
        • MessageBodyReader
        • Life Cycle and Environment
      • Wrapping Up
    • 7. Server Responses and Exception Handling
      • Default Response Codes
        • Successful Responses
        • Error Responses
      • Complex Responses
        • Returning Cookies
        • The Status Enum
        • javax.ws.rs.core.GenericEntity
      • Exception Handling
        • javax.ws.rs.WebApplicationException
        • Exception Mapping
        • Exception Hierarchy
          • Mapping default exceptions
      • Wrapping Up
    • 8. JAX-RS Client API
      • Client Introduction
      • Bootstrapping with ClientBuilder
      • Client and WebTarget
      • Building and Invoking Requests
        • Invocation
        • Exception Handling
      • Configuration Scopes
      • Wrapping Up
    • 9. HTTP Content Negotiation
      • Conneg Explained
        • Preference Ordering
      • Language Negotiation
      • Encoding Negotiation
      • JAX-RS and Conneg
        • Method Dispatching
        • Leveraging Conneg with JAXB
        • Complex Negotiation
          • Viewing Accept headers
          • Variant processing
        • Negotiation by URI Patterns
      • Leveraging Content Negotiation
        • Creating New Media Types
        • Flexible Schemas
      • Wrapping Up
    • 10. HATEOAS
      • HATEOAS and Web Services
        • Atom Links
        • Advantages of Using HATEOAS with Web Services
          • Location transparency
          • Decoupling interaction details
          • Reduced state transition errors
          • W3C standardized relationships
        • Link Headers Versus Atom Links
      • HATEOAS and JAX-RS
        • Building URIs with UriBuilder
        • Relative URIs with UriInfo
      • Building Links and Link Headers
        • Writing Link Headers
        • Embedding Links in XML
      • Wrapping Up
    • 11. Scaling JAX-RS Applications
      • Caching
        • HTTP Caching
        • Expires Header
        • Cache-Control
        • Revalidation and Conditional GETs
          • Last-Modified
          • ETag
          • JAX-RS and conditional GETs
      • Concurrency
        • JAX-RS and Conditional Updates
      • Wrapping Up
    • 12. Filters and Interceptors
      • Server-Side Filters
        • Server Request Filters
        • Server Response Filters
      • Reader and Writer Interceptors
      • Client-Side Filters
      • Deploying Filters and Interceptors
      • Ordering Filters and Interceptors
      • Per-JAX-RS Method Bindings
        • DynamicFeature
        • Name Bindings
        • DynamicFeature Versus @NameBinding
      • Exception Processing
      • Wrapping Up
    • 13. Asynchronous JAX-RS
      • AsyncInvoker Client API
        • Using Futures
          • Exception handling
        • Using Callbacks
        • Futures Versus Callbacks
      • Server Asynchronous Response Processing
        • AsyncResponse API
        • Exception Handling
        • Cancel
        • Status Methods
        • Timeouts
        • Callbacks
        • Use Cases for AsyncResponse
          • Server-side push
          • Publish and subscribe
          • Priority scheduling
      • Wrapping Up
    • 14. Deployment and Integration
      • Deployment
        • The Application Class
        • Deployment Within a JAX-RS-Aware Container
        • Deployment Within a JAX-RS-Unaware Container
      • Configuration
        • Basic Configuration
      • EJB Integration
      • Spring Integration
      • Wrapping Up
    • 15. Securing JAX-RS
      • Authentication
        • Basic Authentication
        • Digest Authentication
        • Client Certificate Authentication
      • Authorization
      • Authentication and Authorization in JAX-RS
        • Enforcing Encryption
        • Authorization Annotations
      • Programmatic Security
      • Client Security
        • Verifying the Server
      • OAuth 2.0
      • Signing and Encrypting Message Bodies
        • Digital Signatures
          • DKIM/DOSETA
          • JOSE JWS
        • Encrypting Representations
      • Wrapping Up
    • 16. Alternative Java Clients
      • java.net.URL
        • Caching
        • Authentication
          • Client Certificate Authentication
        • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Apache HttpClient
        • Authentication
          • Client Certificate authentication
        • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • RESTEasy Client Proxies
        • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Wrapping Up
  • II. JAX-RS Workbook
    • 17. Workbook Introduction
      • Installing RESTEasy and the Examples
      • Example Requirements and Structure
        • Code Directory Structure
        • Environment Setup
    • 18. Examples for Chapter 3
      • Build and Run the Example Program
        • Deconstructing pom.xml
        • Running the Build
      • Examining the Source Code
    • 19. Examples for Chapter 4
      • Example ex04_1: HTTP Method Extension
        • Build and Run the Example Program
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
      • Example ex04_2: @Path with Expressions
        • Build and Run the Example Program
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
      • Example ex04_3: Subresource Locators
        • Build and Run the Example Program
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
    • 20. Examples for Chapter 5
      • Example ex05_1: Injecting URI Information
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex05_2: Forms and Cookies
        • The Server Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 21. Examples for Chapter 6
      • Example ex06_1: Using JAXB
        • The Client Code
        • Changes to pom.xml
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex06_2: Creating a Content Handler
        • The Content Handler Code
        • The Resource Class
        • The Application Class
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 22. Examples for Chapter 7
      • Example ex07_1: ExceptionMapper
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 23. Examples for Chapter 9
      • Example ex09_1: Conneg with JAX-RS
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex09_2: Conneg via URL Patterns
        • The Server Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 24. Examples for Chapter 10
      • Example ex10_1: Atom Links
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex10_2: Link Headers
        • The Server Code
          • OrderResource
          • StoreResource
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 25. Examples for Chapter 11
      • Example ex11_1: Caching and Concurrent Updates
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 26. Examples for Chapter 12
      • Example ex12_1 : ContainerResponseFilter and DynamicFeature
        • The Server Code
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex12_2: Implementing a WriterInterceptor
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 27. Examples for Chapter 13
      • Example ex13_1: Chat REST Interface
        • The Client Code
        • The Server Code
          • Posting a new message
          • Handling poll requests
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 28. Examples for Chapter 14
      • Example ex14_1: EJB and JAX-RS
        • Project Structure
        • The EJBs
        • The Remaining Server Code
          • The ExceptionMappers
          • Changes to Application class
        • The Client Code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex14_2: Spring and JAX-RS
        • Build and Run the Example Program
    • 29. Examples for Chapter 15
      • Example ex15_1: Custom Security
        • One-Time Password Authentication
          • The server code
        • Allowed-per-Day Access Policy
          • The client code
        • Build and Run the Example Program
      • Example ex15_1: JSON Web Encryption
        • Build and Run the Example Program
  • Index
  • Colophon
  • Copyright

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