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RESTful JSON Web Service - Jersey (v1.19)

20 Feb, 2015

I started out once again looking into AngularJS. This time, the goal was to integrate some CRUD operations using either $http or $resource. 1,263 more words

Web Development

WebSphere Liberty Makes it Easier to Build, Run and Manage Microservices

The traditional way of building web and mobile applications was to create them monolithic in nature, where the application was packaged and deployed as a single unit and ran on a single instance of an application server (or many copies of that application ran in many instances of app servers for scalability reasons). 652 more words

WebSphere

Timeouts for Oracle XA datasources in JBoss EAP 6

The documentation for configuring datasources in JBoss EAP 6 is somewhat lacking when it comes to timeouts. Normally this is fine, but what if there are network issues? 390 more words

Java

Building WebRTC services with WebSphere Liberty, Tomcat and WildFly

Advances in web technologies are having a dramatic effect on the capabilities that developers can now deliver to end-users. New features in HTML5 (e.g., data storage, canvas, video and audio) are giving developers a much richer set of tools to build applications with. 937 more words

WebSphere

WebSphere Liberty makes it easier to manage microservices

Key requirements of microservices are that they should be easy to manage, are highly available and can scale to handle workload variability. The fulfillment of this requirement largely depends on the runtime environment where these microservices are deployed. 508 more words

WebSphere

WebSphere Liberty makes it easier to build OpenID Connect security services

OpenID Connect 1.0 is a simple identity protocol on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It allows applications to verify the identity of the end-user based on the authentication performed by an Authorization Server, as well as to obtain basic profile information about the end-user in an interoperable and REST-like manner. 1,001 more words

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Building RESTful services with WebSphere Liberty, Tomcat and WildFly

REST APIs have become a popular and important way to interact with computing services in an API economy with the growing popularity of microservices architectures. In this blog I will discuss how simple it is to create RESTful services with WAS Liberty compared to open source alternatives. 828 more words

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