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Posts Tagged ‘REST’

Combining java and node.js

July 28th, 2011 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2011/07/28/combining-java-and-node-js/)

I just wrote a new blogpost about a sample application I have created. The sample is combining a node.js front-end application with a axonframework java based backend. The following image gives you a good idea.

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The front end contains a node.js application that uses the http library to obtain and send data a rest based application. Next to that it receives messages using the redis pub/sub mechanism from the the java backend. Using the now.js library these events are pushed by the server to all connected clients. The java backend is build using the springmvc rest capabilities. Commands are send to the Axonframework based business logic. Listeners for the events are registered and messages based on these events are published to the redis pub/sub mechanism.

If this got you interested, head over to my blog post.

http://www.gridshore.nl/2011/07/28/combining-java-and-node-js-through-redis-pubsub-and-a-json-remote-interface/

Using the Spring RESTTemplate with Jackson

January 27th, 2011 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2011/01/27/using-the-spring-resttemplate-with-jackson/)

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About a week a go I wrote a blog post on gridshore about the NOS open data API. Most of the technical items are explained in that post. In this post I want to tell you about the small library I have created around the NOS open data REST based API. With this client it is easy to create your own application that connects to the NOS servers and obtains news items, videos or audio fragments.

In this post you can find information about the Spring REST template, jackson mapping of JSON to java beans, and some spring tricks to make an easy web application.

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JTeam Technology Matrix: The Stars

September 7th, 2009 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2009/09/07/jteam-technology-matrix-the-stars/)

In Alef’s previous blog entry about the JTeam Technology Matrix, he explained the basic idea of using a BCG-matrix to classify technologies. In this blog entry I’ll focus on the ‘Star’ section of our current matrix and highlight some of the technologies that are currently in there. Star technologies are the technologies that bring us added value in the projects that we do, but are also cool and innovative to use. Please keep in mind that the content of the matrix is under constant discussion and is subject to change. This overview should therefore be considered a snapshot of today’s matrix.
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