Monthly Archives: September 2007

Some Thoughts on Securing Web Resources

Lately I’ve been trying to figure some figure out some new ways to define declarative security constraints to web resources. Here’s the a use case that popped into my head a while back: suppose you have a service to access a persons information on a social networking site such as: http://mysocialnetwork.foo/people/12345 This service offers two levels of membership: free and… Read more →

The State of RESTEasy

It’s been a while since my last post and even longer since I blogged about RESTEasy. Or better yet, since I committed a change to the RESTEasy code base. This might have lead some to believe that RESTEasy has been abandoned and will cease to exist. Since I have been getting inquiries from friends as to what is going on… Read more →