Category Archives: Standards

JAX-RS Done Right! (V. – Dynamic Routing)

Hey guys! How’s it going? Dynamics come into play: Dynamic routing variants using sub resources. Code example can be found on Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/mkarg/jaxrs-done-right Stay safe and… Party on!

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JAX-RS Done Right! (IV. – Static Routing)

Hey guys! How’s it going? Let’s practice different STATIC routing variants using @Path. Code example can be found on Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/mkarg/jaxrs-done-right Stay safe and… Party on!

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Jakarta EE 9 Milestone 1 SNEAK PEEK

Hey guys! How’s it going? Jakarta EE 9 Milestone 1 was released in June, and Ivar asked for cupcakes. So here is mine: Cherry Cheesecake with Namespace Migration. Like to taste JAX-RS on a bed of Java SE 11? Code … Continue reading

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JAX-RS Done Right! (III. – Coding Client for “Hello, world!”)

Hey guys! How’s it going? Today I will show you how to use the JAX-RS Client API to write a client for a “Hello, world!” server. Code example can be found on Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/mkarg/jaxrs-done-right Stay safe and… Party on!

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JAX-RS Done Right! (II. – Hello World Server)

Hey guys! How’s it going? Let’s get our hands dirty and begin coding! In this episode of Head Crashing Informatics we will turn a Java SE variant of “Hello, world!” into a JAX-RS server, to learn the essentially needed parts … Continue reading

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JAX-RS Done Right! (I. – Introduction)

Hey guys! How’s it going? Since more than a decade I am part of the group which defines the JAX-RS standard meanwhile, and often I saw people using this API in a wrong way. So I thought it is time … Continue reading

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Biggest Maven Version Ranges Mistakes

Hey guys! How’s it going? We all think that we know what’s in a Maven Version Number, but when it comes to Version Ranges we typically do common mistakes. In Episode 04 of Head Crashing Informatics you will learn to … Continue reading

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Gitlab Hosted by Eclipse Foundation – Head Crashing Informatics Episode One

Hey guys! How’s it going? While my studio equipment (lights, cam, mike) still waiting in China to start their travel to Europe, I couldn’t wait to record a first “real” episode of Head Crashing Information and post it on YouTube. … Continue reading

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The JAX-RS Channel On YouTube

People know me mostly from my work on JAX-RS, typically by reading my magazine articles, blogs or attending to one of the German conferences. Thanks to Corona (BTW, did I mention that the Curevac’s vice president was in my graduating … Continue reading

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More AirHacks: Behind the scenes of JAX-RS

A second interview with me is available at Adam Bien‘s AirHack podcast! This time we talked about my work on JAX-RS. You can find Episode #84 “Microscopic Services and The Java EE 9 Earth Quake” here: Spotify Apple Podcasts MP3 … Continue reading

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