Java Web Services: Building REST APIs
Java JDK 8.0+ | Intermediate
- 8 videos | 1h 6m 29s
- Includes Assessment
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Web services for Java applications based on the REST architectural style allow you to communicate with external apps in a standardized and scalable manner independent of the programming language. This course demonstrates using the Jersey framework to build REST APIs in Java. Begin by implementing a simple method that returns data in response to a GET request. While doing so, explore the use of Jersey annotations to construct a URL to a particular web method and set it to respond to GET requests. As you advance, construct a response to incoming requests that includes HTTP status codes. Furthermore, examine the transmission of Java objects in the form of JSON structures as a response to an HTTP request. When you're done, you'll be able to use Java to build RESTful applications that can respond to HTTP GET requests.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
discover the key concepts covered in this courseset up a web application with Maven and configure a POM file for a RESTful appuse the Jersey framework to define a method that responds to GET requestsconsume a REST API by sending a GET request and processing its response
configure return types in REST API methodsdefine REST API methods that return Java objects in the form of JSON datarecognize how the Jersey framework transforms Java objects to the JSON formatsummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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