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I could easily find out links on web around(BTW - link is 7 year old article .. ) . My underlying true question is, What is happening in this space? what is the vision forward. Is this stack evolving ? I need to make decision for a client who tends to stick with open source software. But looking at the most relevant oracle page look like no evolution is happening in this space. Correct me if i am wrong ?
Edited by: rajendersaini on Jul 31, 2012 10:04 AM
rajendersaini wrote:Hope your question was more clear, insead of saying want to do development.
I am Microsoft developer and know java as well. I wanted to do java web services development. Just goggled for "Java web services" and it took me to.
Most of link on this page are not working. It talks about Project Metro. It is dead ? is innovation happening in java web services space. What is best way to code web services using open source platform ?
Edited by: 945580 on Jul 31, 2012 11:31 AM
Tolls wrote:It's copyright 2012... Yeah figuring out proper Google search terms is something very difficult apparently. But for heaven's sake, at least check the wikipedia entry then :/
[url http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/bnayk.html] This is the Java tutorial for web services, covering JAX-WS and JAX-RS.
You don't need to Google anything, links are neatly consolidated in the wiki pages.