Category Archives: Jersey

Very Merry Christmas with Jersey 2.33

Jersey 2.33 is out! As usually, right before Christmas we put together as many fixes and new features as possible to deliver new Jersey for you, the Jersey customers. During the work on Jersey 2.33, we already delivered Jersey 3.0.0, … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment

Happy Jakarta EE 9 with Jersey 3.0.0

Jakarta EE 9 and Jersey 3.0.0 are here. The transition to a new jakarta package based APIs took a great amount of work, from the whole Jakarta EE community. It started in the spring of the year 2020, and finally, … Continue reading

Posted in Jakarta EE, Jersey | Leave a comment

Understanding Jakarta EE 9

Overview Java Enterprise Edition, or Java EE, is a set of standards defined to be used in an enterprise environment, implemented by a set of Java EE compatible application servers. Java Enterprise Edition or JEE (formerly Java 2 Enterprise Edition, … Continue reading

Posted in Jakarta EE, Jersey | Leave a comment

What is new in Jersey 2.32

Recently, Jersey 2.32 has been released. Jersey 2.x is a continuous evolution of Jersey implementing JAX-RS 2.1 Specification. While the successor Jakarta Restful Web Services 3.0 Specification, which is part of the Jakarta EE 9 initiative, will bring a lot … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment

Jersey 2.30.1 has been released

It has been a while since we have released Jersey 2.30. On the client-side, we introduced new PreInvocationInterceptor,¬†PostInvocationInterceptor, and¬†InvocationBuilderListener interfaces. We made the default Rx client using the AsyncInvoker (unlike the RxInvokerProvider). We worked hard to make the Apache HttpClient … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment

New Features in Jersey Client

Jersey 2.30 comes with multiple new features, and this post describes three new interfaces on the client. They are PreInvocationInterceptor, PostInvocationInterceptor, and InvocationBuilderListener. Suppose a case that the start of the request is to be logged and even measured. This … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment

Jersey Apache Connector Hangs …?

Jersey comes with various connectors to third-party HTTP clients. The way the connector is used is simple, put the connector and the third-party client to the classpath, and tell the client to use it. For Apache Connector, use: ClientConfig clientConfig … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | 5 Comments

Configuring Jersey Application

It is a common issue, I am asked about every now and then, how to pass the user data to a user application? The user needs to change the code behavior depending on the configuration data. This is where the … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment

Jersey 2.29.1 has been released!

What a busy summer! Jersey 2.29 has been released in June and Jakarta EE 8 release was the next goal to be achieved before Oracle Code One. It has been a lot of work. Jakarta EE 8 contains almost 30 … Continue reading

Posted in Jakarta EE, Jersey | Leave a comment

Jersey 2.29 has been released!

It is a pleasure to announce that Jersey 2.29 has been released. It is rather a large release. While Jersey 2.27 was the last non-Jakarta EE release and Jersey 2.28 was the first release of Jersey under a Jakarta EE … Continue reading

Posted in Jersey | Leave a comment