March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Building RESTful Web Services with Jersey

This presentation provides an overview of developing RESTful web services using the Jersey framework. It assumes a working knowledge of Java. This overview includes examples from a specific case study including the following:
* Setting up a Jersey development environment using Maven
* Best practices for service architecture and proper HTTP method and response code usage
* Handling multiple input and output formats such as JSON and XML
* Unit testing Jersey web services
* Useful related resources

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Matthew Turland

Synacor, Inc.

Matthew Turland has been working with PHP since 2002. He is a published author and former technical editor for php|architect Magazine and a past speaker at ZendCon and php|tek. He has contributed to the Zend Framework project, holds the PHP 5 and Zend Framework ZCE certifications, and presently works as a Senior Engineer on the Synacor Platform team.

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