Yesterday I was given the opportunity to speak at our local Java User Group meeting (CZJUG). I was covering two topics – JAX-RS.next and Reactive Jersey Client. In this post I’d like to share the used slide-decks and some additional resources.
With the advent of HTML5 and thin-server architectures, JAX-RS is becoming an increasingly important component of the Java EE platform. This presentation covers a few proposed enhancements and extensions to JAX-RS as part of Java EE 8. These proposals include better support for JSON (JSON-B), improved injection, enhanced support for hypermedia as well as declarative security, server-sent events, and MVC.
(Download the presentation in PDF format – JAX-RS.next – CZJUG 2015)
Reactive Jersey Client
Reactive Jersey Client API is quite a qeneric API allowing end users to utilize the popular reactive programming model when using JAX-RS (Jersey) Client. Together we’re going to take a look at an orchestration layer example where Jersey Client (sync, async, rx) would be used to obtain data from remote services and combine those data to construct a response for the calling party.
(Download the presentation in PDF format – Reactive Jersey Client – CZJUG 2015)
- Travel Agency (Orchestration Layer) using Reactive Jersey Client (Java 7)
- Travel Agency (Orchestration Layer) using Reactive Jersey Client (Java 8)
Other resources related to Reactive Jersey Client
Jersey User Guide: