REST Web Services with Spring MVC
At least one developer has turned away from SOAP Web Services to REST Web Services because REST is easier to understand and has a shorter time to productivity. REST is lightweight enough that it can still be done by hand (without IDE wizards). REST models itself after the web and runs on the HTTP Protocol. Knowledge about scaling, caching, and securing web pages can be applied to REST Web Service URLs. This presentation will demonstrate one approach to provide REST Web Services using the following enabling technologies:
- Java 6
- Spring Framework 2.1
- from carbonfive
- HibernateProxyConverter and HibernateMapper
- Hibernate 3
- HSQLDB 1.8.0
- Maven 2
- Tomcat 6
Richard H. works as a Java Developer providing application solutions written in Java, Spring, JDBC, JSP and Swing. He thinks the following are intensely great technologies: Java, Groovy, Grails, Spring, Apache Commons, Eclipse, Maven, JavaDoc, Google, the Internet, Tomcat, REST Web Services and 3-D Computer Games. He enjoys making art images by programming with Processing.org and Groovy.
October 17th (3rd Wednesday)
- Social - 6:30 PM
- Meeting - 7:00 PM
WHO TO TELL:
Tell your friends in the office who are interested in Spring.
WHERE TO GO:
Our meetings are now at the offices of Improving Enterprises. Directions and information can be found on our meeting location page. The building doors lock at 7:00 and we will not have anyone to shuttle people around. Please be there before 7:00.