Books, articles etc..

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The book is what it says it is – a handbook, a quick reference, a fast track guide. It covers the Java WebSocket API which is a standard (specification) for building WebSocket applications. It is targeted (primarily) towards Java/Java EE developers and can be used in various capacities

 

 

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This book covers the nitty gritty of JAX-RS: a standards based Java framework for building RESTful web services. It can help you speak HTTP (the language of the web) using Java 🙂 It covers basic topic such as Resources, HTTP mapping, HTTP Injection, Client API and Security, foundational concepts of Providers (Message Body Readers & Writers, Filters, Interceptors, Exception Mappers etc.), advanced items like request pipeline, caching, content negotiation, asynchronous processing etc.

 

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If you like Java EE this book is for you! It consists of short chapters, each of which cover a specific part of the EJB 3.2 specification. Here is a comprehensive list – life cycle management, dependency & resource injection, pooling, concurrency, web services, interceptors, security, transactions, schedulers & timers, asynchronous model, eager initialisation, heterogenous interfaces/views and exception handling.

 

 

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This Java Magazine article covers the JAX-RS 2.0 release , which is a major overhaul with significant additions to the API including, a Client API, Filters, Interceptors and much more. If you’re not using the full range of options JAX-RS offers you, chances are good you’re carrying around handwritten code that would benefit from being replaced by these capabilities.

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This DZone refcard the building blocks of JCache and other caching APIs, as well as multiple strategies for implementing temporary data storage in your application.