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JAX-RS, Java EE 6, and the future

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This session is split into two parts.

First part will focus on how JAX-RS integrates with Java EE 6. Specifically how JAX-RS may be utilized with Servlet 3.0, CDI 1.0 and EJB 3.1. Live coding demonstrations will be presented. Developers will learn how to use JAX-RS with Java EE 6.

The second part will focus on the future of JAX-RS such as what may be in scope for a JAX-RS 2.0 effort in the Java Community Process and the potential for JAX-RS to integrate with other technologies.

With respect to the latter the focus will be on how JAX-RS can integrate with asynchronous processing using Comet and Web Socket using Jersey (the JAX-RS implementation that provides the Reference Implementation) and Atmosphere (a high-level portable asynchronous framework). A live coding demonstration will be presented.

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