@QueryParam annotation allows us to read the request parameter values which were passed as a part of URL query string for example: site.com/api/users/r4ghtaf43c3n/messages?start=1&limit=50 where site.com is your web site domain name, /api/users/ is the path to your Root Resource, r4ghtaf43c3n is the value of specific user id and can be read with @ParthParam annotation, /messages is…Read More JAX-RS @QueryParam. Reading URL Query Parameters.
In this blog post I am going to share with you how to read the PathParam value which was included in the request URI. And before you continue further I would like to mention that I have recorded a video lesson on how to use the @PathParam annotation and made it part of my video…Read More JAX-RS @PathParam. Reading Path Parameters.
In this blog post I am going to share with you how to handle HTTP GET request in your Java Web Service created with Jersey framework and how to response back with XML or JSON Response. If you do not have your Java RESTful Web Service created yet please follow the below link to a…Read More Jersey HTTP GET Example
In this blog post I will share with you how to use Maven to generate a very simple Jersey application which you can then use to build RESTful web services for your mobile app. I will also show you how to edit pom.xml file to add needed dependencies, so that your Jersey app is able…Read More Create Jersey JAX-RS Project with Maven
In this blog post, I am going to share with you how to generate a Java project with Maven. You will also learn how to package your project with all the dependent libraries into a single jar file and run your Java application via the command line in the terminal window. Step 1: Install Maven…Read More Create Java Project with Maven
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In this little Java code example you will learn how to create a new file in Java. Please note that the path to the file is absolute. Also note the use of createNewFile() function which will also check for existence of the file before creating a new one. So there is no need to write…Read More Create New File In Java