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Intercept JAX-RS Request with Jersey ContainerRequestFilter

In this RESTful services tutorial series, we will see about how to intercept a request in JAX-RS restful web service. JAX-RS specification is the Java API for RESTful web services and Jersey is its reference implementation. In the previous tutorial we saw about doing authentication in REST with plain servlet filters. In this tutorial lets […]
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RESTful Services HTTP basic Authentication

In this RESTful services tutorial, we will see about how to do HTTP basic authentication. There are many ways to implement authentication in RESTful web services. HTTP basic authentication is the first step in learning security. In this tutorial, I have not used any Jersey specific interceptors and we will see about them in future […]
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RESTful Services CRUD with Java JAX-RS Jersey

REST stands for Representational State Transfer and  it’s an architecture style for for creating network based applications. In my previous tutorial, we saw about a creating a hello world application on RESTful web services using Java JAX-RS in Jersey. JAX-RS is the Java API specification and Jersey is its reference implementation. This tutorial is a […]
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RESTful Web Services with Java JAX-RS using Jersey

This web services tutorial is to learn about Java JAX-RS using the reference implementation Jersey. For this tutorial I will be using Eclipse (Kepler Version), Java JDK 1.8, Tomcat 7, JAX-RS 2.0 and Jersey 2.15. We will go through a step by step instruction to create an example RESTful web service application. REST Web Service […]
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Java Concurrent Collections

java.util.concurrent package is to enable developers write better concurrent Java applications. This concurrent package includes some additions to the Java Collections Framework. These are called as Java Concurrent Collections. I have been writing a tutorial series about those classes in the past few weeks. This article is a summary and index of those Java concurrent […]
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Run Java in JavaScript

This discusses about how to run the Java platform within JavaScript engine in a browser. Standard way of running Java application in a browser is via Java Applets. Applets can provide high level of interactive features in a web browser that will exceed the ordinary capabilities of HTML. If you are looking to run JavaScript […]
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10 Twitter Handles Every Java Developer Should Follow

Be the first to know about what’s happening in the world of Java and keep yourself updated. Twitter is an excellent resource for the latest trends. I have listed out the top 10 Twitter handles that we should follow. Add your preference in the comment. 1. @java The official Twitter stream of Java language. It […]
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Ray Tracing

This article is to introduce ray tracing for those who are not aware of it. Essentially help beginners, college grads by highlighting an area where they can put their efforts to create a nice Java application. I will also introduce an entry level Java application which you can use it for inspiration. Ray tracing is […]
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Oracle JDK vs OpenJDK and Java JDK Development Process

This article is to discuss about the difference between Oracle JDK and OpenJDK, then followed by a highlight on the JDK development process. Before going into detail let us recap on what is JDK? What is JDK? Java Development Kit (JDK) consists of Java Runtime Environment (JRE) along with tools to compile and debug Java […]
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Google Releases Android Studio Stable Version One

Android Studio 1.0 released! This is the first stable version of Android Studio by Google. It was on development for the past two years. Android Studio is the official Android IDE. It is built on the famous IntelliJ IDEA (Community Edition) Java IDE. It was first announced on the Google I/O Developer conference in May […]
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