The @POST annotation is a request method designator and corresponds to the similarly named HTTP method. The Java method annotated with this request method designator will process HTTP POST requests. The behavior of a resource is determined by the HTTP method to which the resource is responding. Now let us see this with an example: @Path("/library...

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Traditional Middleware Web Services  Tightly coupled connections to the application and it can break if you make   any modification to your application.  Tightly coupled applications are hard to maintain and less reusable.  Web Services support loosely coupled connections.  The interface of the Web service provides a layer of abstraction between  t...

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SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. It is an XML based lightweight protocol, which allows software components and application components to communicate, mostly using HTTP (can use SMTP etc). SOAP sits on top of the HTTP protocol. SOAP is nothing but XML message based document with pre-defined format. SOAP is designed to communicate via t...

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XML provides the way to structure data and XML provides the foundation on which Web services are built. SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. It is an XML based lightweight protocol, which allows software components and application components to communicate, mostly using HTTP (can use SMTP etc). SOAP sits on top of the HTTP protocol. SOAP ...

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Dropwizard is an open source framework developed by yammer for developing high-performance and ops-friendly RESTful web services. This guide will give a quick overview on how to create simple RESTful APIs using dropwizard and how to leverage powerful features the framework offers. We are going to create a demo application that will return a JSON ob...

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