Mastery in Java Web Services in less than 3 hours !
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Mastery in Java Web Services in less than 3 hours !

Learn how to create a RESTful web service in Springboot and Jersey with CRUD operations on it with Postman testing.
2.5 (12 ratings)
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Created by Arun Ammasai
Last updated 12/2018
English
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will learn to Develop your first Restful API Service in Step by Step
Course content
Expand all 19 lectures 02:24:48
+ Introduction
3 lectures 12:48
What will you learn in this course?
08:16
How can you Introduce yourself to the course community ?
01:52
+ Project Creation and Setup your working Environment
3 lectures 28:14

We are going to setup your local environment to start work on the implementation.

Preview 10:43

We are going to create our First Rest API user defined method, following things we will cover

  1. Resources

  2. Get

  3. Post

  4. Run and Debug the Service

First Rest API Method Creation
11:50

We are going to write service which will return complex type response as a XML format

Return Complex Type Response
05:41
+ Mock-up Service and Implementation
5 lectures 35:01

We are going to create a Mock-up repository , and write API to fetch the data from repository

Create Mock-up Service and Return Data to Client
05:11

We are going to create a Mock-up repository , and write API to fetch the data from repository with some specific detail. Filtering the data based on your input.

Retrieve Data From Mock-up [Filter Data]
07:53

In this video we are going to setup client to invoke our Service. We can use Postman or ARC [Advance Rest Client]

Setup Rest Client Postman or ARI
07:22

We are going to Write a input and fetch the information and send back to the client.  With the help of "PathParam" annotation.

  1. Pass Input to the Service

  2. Fetch relevant information

  3. How to use postman to pass the input to the Service

Write Service with PathParam
09:05

We are going to discuss about the content filter . How to send different kind of responses like XML, JSON. Basically we are going to see how to filter the content.

Content Filter XML vs JSON
05:30
+ Connect and Fetch Data from MySql Database
1 lecture 10:44

Instead of Static Repository we are going to work with real Database. We are going to work with MySQL DB.

  1. Establish Connection to the database

  2. Update your method to fetch the details from DB instead of Repository

Fetch Data from MySql Database
10:44
+ CRED Operation Using MySql Database Table
4 lectures 31:04

We are going to Write CRUD API Service .Following API's we are going to create

  1. Insert Data from Rest API

  2. Write a method to Insert logic to the table

Insert Data Using Rest API Service
06:59

Restricting the user to send only XML/JSON format . Adding logic to our API to restrict only specific data type

XML JSON with Consumes
09:03

We are going to Write Update API Service .Following API's we are going to create

  1. Update Data from Rest API

  2. Write a method to delete logic to the table

Update Data Using Rest API Service
07:31

We are going to Write Delete API Service .Following API's we are going to create

  1. Delete Data from Rest API

  2. Write a method to delete logic to the table

Delete Data Using Rest API Service
07:31
+ Rest Using SpringBoot
2 lectures 25:53

In this session we are going to create Spring boot application to interact with our database.

Restful Web Service - Create SpringBoot Project Setup
12:58

We are going to discuss about how to use JAP to retrieve the data from our database.

SpringBoot Service with JPA Support
12:55
Requirements
  • Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of Java Language, Text Editor, etc. Because we are going to develop web services applications using RESTful, so it will be good if you have understanding on other web technologies like HTML, CSS, AJAX, etc.
Description

RESTful web services are loosely coupled, lightweight web services that are particularly well suited for creating APIs for clients spread out across the internet. And to build Web services that are lightweight, maintainable, and scalable in nature. A service which is built on the REST architecture is called a RESTful service. The underlying protocol for REST is HTTP, which is the basic web protocol. REST stands for Representational State Transfer.

We do have different types of frameworks to Develop Rest API, the following frameworks are widely used for API implementation.

  1. Apache CXF

  2. Jersey, the reference implementation from Sun (now Oracle)

  3. RESTeasy, JBoss's implementation

  4. Restlet

  5. WebSphere Application Server from IBM

Who this course is for:
  • Java Developers curious to learn Web Service