Posts Tagged ‘ws’

Documenting RESTful Webservices in Swagger, AsciiDoc and Plain Text with Maven and the JAX-RS Analyzer

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

A variety of different tools exists to help us analyze RESTful web-services and create documentations for their APIs in different formats.

In the following tutorial I’d like to demonstrate how to document an existing JAX-RS web-service in multiple formats like Swagger, AsciiDoc or Plain Text using Maven, the JAX-RS Analyzer and the JAX-RS Analyzer Maven Plugin.

The JAX-RS Analyzer gathers its information not only by reflection like most other tools but also by bytecode analysis and therefore does not require us to add special annotations for documentation to our code.

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Testing RESTful Web Services made easy using the REST-assured Framework

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

REST-assured Integration Test Tutorial Logo There are many frameworks out there to facilitate testing RESTful webservices but there is one framework I’d like to acquaint you with my favourite framework named REST-assured.

REST-assured offers a bunch of nice features like a DSL-like syntax, XPath-Validation, Specification Reuse, easy file uploads and those features we’re going to explore in the following article.

With a few lines of code and Jersey I have written a RESTful web service that allows us to explore the features of the REST-assured framework and to run tests against this service.

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How to build a Confluence SOAP client in 5 minutes

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

In this tutorial we are going to build a SOAP client for the popular Confluence Wiki in about five minutes. The client is going to receive rendered HTML Markup from a specified Confluence Page.
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