Rich Internet Applications using NB 6.0 RESTful Web Services

Using Netbeans 6.0 RESTful web services tooling, you can build RESTful web services from databases (or from patterns), test them and finally create client stubs that access these services. In this tutorial, you will find how to create client stubs and use them in Rich Internet Applications.

-For tutorial on how to create RESTful web services see Building RESTful web services using Netbeans 6.0

Using NB 6.0, you can create

  • client stubs (javascript) that directly access RESTful web services or
  • jMaki/dojo components that encapsulates (the above javascript) and access RESTful web services.

-All you need is to select the right option in the Client Stub generation wizard.

REST Client Stubs for Web 2.0 Clients

Part 1: covers generation and testing of basic REST Client Stubs

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Part 2: covers how to use the generated stubs in a meaningful way (using samples)

REST Client Stubs for server-side Ajax enabled technology - jMaki

Part 1: covers generation and testing of jMaki REST Client components

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Part 2: covers jMaki widget to widget communication (for advanced use)

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