Březnové setkání Pražské Czech Java User Group proběhne 26.3.2012 od 19h hodin v posluchárně S5 na Matematicko-fyzikální fakultě Karlovy Univerzity na Malostranském náměstí 25, Praha 1. Čekají nás dvě prezentace: JAX-RS 2.0 (Marek Potočiar) a Enterprise Integration Patterns (Georgy Bolyuba, prezentace bude anglicky). Sponzorem setkání je firma Barclays Capital, která zajištuje občerstvení. Vstup na akce CZJUGu je zdarma, a není třeba se předem registrovat. Pokud se chystáte přijít, dejte nám vědět formou hlasování v anketě na hlavní stránce portálu java.cz.

JAX-RS 2.0

JAX-RS 1.X has been a hugely successful Java API for RESTful services development and a lot of real-world experience has resulted in a number of new features being proposed. JSR 339 was created in early 2011 with the objective of exploring and scoping all these proposals. The purpose of the talk is to elaborate on all the new planned features.

The most commonly requested feature for JAX-RS 2.0 is a client API. Client APIs can range from low-level, just above HttpURLConnection, to high-level, often including support for IoC and hyperlinking. Other features that will be covered in this presentation include: asynchronous processing, hypermedia, validation, interceptors, improved content negotiation, as well as better integration with other specifications such as JSR 330.

Speaker

Marek Potociar is a Principal Software Engineer at Oracle. He's been involved with web services development for the last eight years. At present, Marek is a specification lead of Java EE RESTful web services API (JAX-RS) as well as the development lead of Jersey RESTful web services framework, which also delivers the reference implementation for the upcoming JAX-RS 2.0 API release. Previous to this role Marek was leading development on Metro - The open-source SOAP web services framework for Java.

Enterprise Integration Patterns in the context of Electronic Execution in Investment Banking

  • Spring Integration vs. Apache Camel
  • Decoupling of the systems
  • EIPs
  • Spring Integration: pros and cons
  • Apache Camel: pros and cons