Semantic Web research publications need to be more “webbish”

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been taking a deep dive into the Semantic Web.  As some will tell you, a number of scalability and performance issues with the Semantic Frameworks have not been fully addressed. While true to some extent, there’s been a large amount of quality research out there, but it is actually somewhat difficult to find.  Part… Read more →

RESTEasy and Seam

There has been some discussion lately regarding integrating JBoss Seam with RESTEasy. Jay Balunas recently made about post on his thoughts on ths subject, so I thought I’d post some of mine. For the record, I am a huge fan of Seam and I think there’s definitely a place for Seam in RESTEasy, so here’s a few of my musing… Read more →

Not enough is RESTful in RestFaces

I just came across a quick article on The Server Side about a JSF framework called RESTFaces. My initial reaction was “oh cool, a JSF framework that might adhere to RESTful principals.” Sadly, there isn’t much more than HTTP GET support that is “RESTful” about RESTFaces. RESTFaces touts itself as being a RESTfaces for JavaServerâ„¢ Faces Technology make it possible… Read more →

Goals for RESTEasy 1.0

As I’m reevaluating and retooling RESTEasy, I’m thinking about what it is going to take to reach 1.0. At a high-level, RESTEasy will provide: A Server side API as a JAX-RS Implementation A Client API similar to what I described in this post. A set of common code that is shared between client and server. As for features, here’s the… Read more →