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Hi,

I want to learn restfull webservices. Please suggest a good tutorial/book . Nice to have a sample application.

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Ajse
 
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Hi!
NetBeans.org has REST web service tutorials here: http://netbeans.org/kb/trails/web.html
A couple of nice books on REST web services are:
RESTful Java with JAX-RS
RESTful Web Services
Best wishes!
 
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The WebServicesFaq points to some good introductory material.
 
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probably give a try to WSCreator for an easy way of implementation. look into mvnrepository or sourceforge or github.
 
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