REST API Versioning: URI and Media Type-Header Versioning Strategies


What are the best strategies to implement REST API versioning? URI and Media Type-Header Versioning Strategies and Examples When considering REST API Versioning strategy , there are few different options available such as REST api URI versioning or Media Type Header versioning. As our Restful web services application grows and the need for API upgrades or feature enhancement becomes necessary,...

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HATEOAS and Hypermedia Aware Services And Clients :REST

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In this article we discuss HATEOAS (Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State) Rest constraint and some HATEOAS example and HATEOAS Json representations of embedded hypermedia.Jersey currently supports HATEOAS and Spring Rest-hateoas also provides rich support to buiild Hypermedia-Driven RESTful Web Services. Table of Contents What is HATEOAS? HATEOAS Tutorial and HATEOAS Example HATEOAS Example: Get Account HATEOAS Example:A n...

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How To Fix: PKIX Path Building Failed (Validation) :

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How To Fix Error : PKIX path building failed: unable to find valid certification path to requested target You could get the error “PKIX path building failed” validation error when working on a client that works with an SSL enabled server running in https protocol. This article focuses on detecting the root cause of the error and on...

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Strategy Design Pattern and Single Responsibility and Open-Closed Principles

Strategy design pattern is widely implemented to achieve interchangeable algorithmic behavior at runtime. As we know strategy pattern uses aggregation or composition instead of inheritance. It is a behavioral design pattern. The behaviors are defined in separate interfaces and the encapsulating classes that implement this interface. Generally most of the SOLID principles can be identified from classes, and modules which...

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Factory Design Patterns and Open-Closed Principle (OCP), the ‘O’ in SOLID

Factory Design patterns are Creational patterns and deals with how the objects are created. There are three design patterns, namely, Simple Factory, Factory Method and Abstract Factory design patterns. All these patterns hide the object creation process from the client and supply the objects without specifying the exact class of object that will be created. These patterns are widely used...

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JAX-WS Exceptions and Faults: Annotation, Exception and Fault Handling Examples

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JAX-WS exception and SOAP fault handling sometimes confuses a Java programmer. This article explains the handling of JAX-WS exceptions and SOAP Fault with examples. Here, we also check some of the common Exceptions such as “IllegalAnnotationExceptions. java.lang.StackTraceElement does not have a no-arg default constructor.“. This article also discusses the JAX-WS mapping of WSDL faults to Java exceptions, Java exceptions to...

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Logging or Tracing Web Service XML Request/Response with JAX-WS

How to Log Request and Response With Java JAX-WS web-service Server and Client? We have discussed many examples to develop secure web services with JAX-WS API and using the Metro web service stack. We also discussed how to enable Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) to optimize the data transfer between services and clients. In our previous examples we also created...

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