Posted by bonbhel
on November 13, 2011 at 1:44 AM PST
The second edition of Java Magazine (November/December) will go out in few days. In the Part 2 of the my article, you will see in detail how to use JSON to handle the response returned to the HTML5 client.
The first Part 1 of my article published in the first edition of Java Magazine (available here ) has shown how you can create and deploy quickly a Java EE application that uses RESTful Web services with NetBeans.
The first Part 1 of my article published in the first edition of Java Magazine (available here http://tinyurl.com/65jos8n ) has shown how you can create and deploy quickly a Java EE application that uses RESTful Web services with NetBeans.
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