REST stands for Representational State Transfer. It relies on a stateless, client-server, cacheable communications. In most cases it is used with the HTTP protocol.
RESTful applications use HTTP requests to POST (create), PUT (create and/or update), GET (e.g., make queries), and DELETE data. REST uses HTTP for all four CRUD (Create/Read/Update/Delete) operations. Continue reading →
In the previous article we developed the back-end solution for our books application. This article will continue where we stopped.
We’ll develop a front-end solution that can be used with any back-end (Web, mobiles…). You can build on top of the back-end from the previous article (Java, Jersey, Grizzly…) or on top of any other as long as supported services are the same.
The goal of the application is to be able to administer books. In particular, we’ll develop the front-end solution for that application that should be able to:
In this article we’ll develop a back-end solution that can be used with any front-end (Web, mobiles…). In the next article we’ll extend on this example and work on the front-end using AngularJS, JQuery and Bootstrap CSS.
The goal of the application is to be able to administer books. In particular, we’ll develop the back-end solution for that application that should be able to: