Category Archives: Apache Tomcat

Review: Developing Responsive Web Applications with AJAX and jQuery

On a recent business trip I read the recently published book “Developing Responsive Web Applications with AJAX and jQuery” by Packtpub and authored by Sandeep Kumar Patel. Today I’m going to do a quick review on the book.

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Setting up Repose: The REstful PrOxy Service Engine

From the Repose website: Repose is an open-source RESTful HTTP proxy service that scales to the cloud. Repose provides the solution to common API processing tasks such as rate limiting, client authentication, versioning, and logging so that web service developers … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Getting started with RESTEasy (a Java REST Framework) and Netbeans 7.1

RESTEasy is quickly becoming a favorite project of mine. RESTEasy allows you to easily and quickly create REST based services with Java. Today I’ll show you how fast you can have a minimal REST service running using Netbeans 7.1 and … Continue reading

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Running the new MongoDB data adapter for Atom Hopper with Netbeans 7.1

I’ve mentioned Atom Hopper several times in this blog. Atom Hopper (based on Apache Abdera) for those whom might not know is a Rackspace sponsored open source project. Today I’ll show you how to use the new MongoDB data adapter. … Continue reading

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Build a REST service with Netbeans 7, Java, and Jersey that returns JSON

One of the great things about Jersey is that it makes working with REST really easy. If your new to Jersey and REST then you can check out my previous article that shows you to easily build a simple REST … Continue reading

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Building a REST service that collects HTML form data using Netbeans, Jersey, Apache Tomcat and Java

The Jersey project is very well documented so it makes it easy to learn REST with Java. In this article I’m going to build two projects. The first project will be a very simple HTML page that presents a form … Continue reading

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Building a simple REST service using NetBeans 7, a Java Servlet, and JAXB

There are plenty of good Java based REST frameworks out there to build applications with. Restlet, RESTEasy, Jersey, etc. come to mind just to name a few. You don’t need a REST framework to build a simple REST service (although … Continue reading

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Using a Java Servlet Filter to intercept the response HTTP status code with Netbeans 7 and Maven

Version 2.3 of the Java servlet spec introduced the concept of filters. According to the documentation from Oracle’s site: “A filter dynamically intercepts requests and responses to transform or use the information contained in the requests or responses”. Today I’ll … Continue reading

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Setting up Apache Tomcat basic authentication using the DataSourceRealm for Atom Hopper

I’ve done a few articles now on Atom Hopper which is an open source project hosted on GitHub. Up until now though Atom Hopper has been left open to world if you are not inside of a private network (which … Continue reading

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Running Atom Hopper with Apache Tomcat

In my last post I introduced you to Atom Hopper. Today I want to show you how to take the Atom Hopper WAR file and run it inside Apache Tomcat as well as change some of the default settings.

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