Apache CXF Web Service Development
This book provides a quick start in developing web services using the open source Apache CXF framework. Each chapter uses illustrations from an Order Processing Application and all the code examples are built using the ANT tool. These practical, simple, and easy-to-work-with illustrations are accompanied by step-by-step instructions. As a developer you can take advantage of these practical scenarios to understand the CXF framework and also make use of them in real-life applications. After reading this book, you will be able to develop and deploy services using the CXF framework. This book is for developers who want to design and develop SOAP and RESTful services using Apache CXF framework and leverage various CXF features for service development. It is ideal for developers who have some experience in Java application development as well as some basic knowledge of web services, but it covers some of the basic fundamentals of web services and REST to get you acquainted with these technologies before using these concepts to develop services using the CXF framework.
- Electronic book text | 336 pages
- 17 Dec 2009
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Naveen Balani
Naveen Balani works as a Software Architect with WebSphere Business Services Fabric (WBSF) Product out of IBM India Software Labs, Mumbai. He has over 9 years of industrial experience and has architected and implemented large scale BPM solutions. He started working with Web Services way back in 2001 and proposed the first MVC web services-based pattern (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/ws-mvc/) in 2002. He is a Master Author with IBM developer works having published over 60 publications. He has co-authored books on Spring framework (published by Wrox) and Multiple IBM Redbooks on WebSphere Business Services Fabric and BPM 6.2 Product deployments. Rajeev Hathi is a senior technology consultant specializing in J2EE architecture and design. He has more that 10 years of industry experience in the area of design and development of J2EE-based projects. He has attained various professional certifications in Java that include SCJP, SCWCD, SCBCD, and SCEA - Part 1. He has written several articles on Java and DB2 for IBM developerWorks portal. His hobbies are music and sports.