RESTEasy Project Page up

Just FYI to anyone who is interested, the project page for RESTEasy is up here and the sources are now in Subversion on Source Forge. Please keep in mind that that this is very much a work in progress.

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4 thoughts on “RESTEasy Project Page up

  1. Hi David,

    RESTEasy is released under the LGPL. RESTEasy will allow both approaches when it’s complete, but right now it only allows a SLSB or POJO to act as a controller to retrive entities. At present, it’s working with JAXB, but it’s extensible to using any type of representation. Contributions are welcome.

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  2. Hi David,

    RESTEasy is released under the LGPL. RESTEasy will allow both approaches when it’s complete, but right now it only allows a SLSB or POJO to act as a controller to retrive entities. At present, it’s working with JAXB, but it’s extensible to using any type of representation. Contributions are welcome.

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  3. Hi, Ryan. This looks very interesting! I’ve been looking at doing a similar mapping, although I want to map to a controller that acts as a facade on top of a set of entities, rather than directly to entities. I also want to be able to run outside of a J2EE container, so having it tied to session beans doesn’t work for me.

    I’d like to look at and maybe borrow some of your ideas. What license are you planning on using for RESTEasy?

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  4. Hi, Ryan. This looks very interesting! I’ve been looking at doing a similar mapping, although I want to map to a controller that acts as a facade on top of a set of entities, rather than directly to entities. I also want to be able to run outside of a J2EE container, so having it tied to session beans doesn’t work for me.

    I’d like to look at and maybe borrow some of your ideas. What license are you planning on using for RESTEasy?

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