November 25, 2015
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Developing WebSocket Client/Server Endpoints
Explore ways to implement client/server WebSocket endpoints with Java in EE7.
Tags : Java, JavaScript, HTML, HTTP, WebSocket, client/server, POJO, Java EE7, URI, WebSocket API, Java Swing
Getting Started with WebSocket APIs in Java
Familiarize yourself with a few necessary background details before rushing into WebSocket implementation in a Web application.
Tags : Java, Ajax, API, Web, TCP/IP, IETF, HTTP, Transport Layer Security, WebSocket, POJO, RFC 6455, Java EE7, URI, ABNF
Exploring the Spring Web MVC for Web Application Development
Explore some of the Spring framework's key aspects that help to build loosely coupled Web applications on the Spring IoC container.
Tags : Spring, MVC, EJB, Servlets, J2EE, HTTP, POJO, JEE6
Three Questions to Answer When Reporting an Error
Instead of being a helpful experience, most error messages produce anxiety, confusion, and annoyance. Learn to create better error messages and make your users happier.
Tags : Firefox, Visual Studio, Mozilla, errors, User Experience, HTTP, error handling, error message, Error Reporting, HTTP 500 Error
Where to Start with Using Microservices?
Microservices are small, highly decoupled and focus on doing a single task. They lend themselves well to Continuous Delivery.
Tags : Cloud, API, HTTP, DevOps, continuous delivery, Microservices
Introduction to Apiary: Overview of Apiary and How to Create APIs
With Apiary, the "design API first" approach can be implemented where the input/output parameters can be finalized and the mock up can be tested even before it is implemented.
Tags : JSON, API, application programming interface, HTTP, github, API Development, Apiary
Consuming an ASP.NET Web API Using HttpClient
Join Bipin Joshi as he discusses how to use HttpClient, a modern HTTP client that is currently in Beta stage and is available as a NuGet package, to consume ASP.NET Web API.
Tags : ASP.NET, JSON, Web API, HTTP, HttpClient
Introduction to ASP.NET Web API
Bipin Joshi gives you a jump start in creating and consuming ASP.NET Web API and how to program CRUD operations that make use of Entity Framework and SQL Server over HTTP.

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