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Submitted: Nov 28 2012 / 14:21

No one can deny the positive impact Java has had on the software development landscape over the years or that it and the JVM remain the dominant general solution for many developers and applications. Whether it's been CORBA, Java EE, SOA, REST or Web Services, Java has been able to support them all. Given the ubiquity of Java and REST, it was only a matter of time before a standards based approach to merging the two would appear and that was JAX-RS, which was introduced in EE6. There are many JAX-RS implementations, including Jersey (the reference implementation) and RESTeasy, which are used widely.
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