Glassfish Application Server has been the reference implementation of Java EE since Java EE 5. Those days, it was Glassfish version 2. Java EE 6 reference implementation was Glassfish 3.x, Java EE 7 reference implementation was Glassfish 4.0, Java EE 8 reference implementation was Glassfish 5.0.… Read more
The year 2018 is to be over soon. Christmas is over, but there is no Jakarta EE for a Christmas present – the Jakarta EE release is postponed to January 2019. Not even Jersey 2.28 is released. While it may seem so – the GitHub repository already contains tag and branch 2.28 – the tag and branch are erased and recreated again, from time to time.… Read more
It has been a year since the opening of Java EE has been announced. Whole year first the Oracle company and later the Jakarta EE community jumped in to be working hard on the transition of every Java EE technology to the Eclipse Foundation under Jakarta EE umbrella. … Read more
Most of the Java EE projects have already transitioned to the Eclipse Foundation under the Jakarta EE umbrella of projects. One of those projects is Jersey, which is a RESTful Web services framework and reference implementation of the JAX-RS Specification.… Read more
Dear Jersey enthusiasts, Jersey users,
As you likely have noticed, Oracle is in the process of transitioning Java EE and related projects to the Eclipse Foundation . Jersey is included in this list of projects and we are pleased to announce that the initial contribution has taken place.… Read more
We have just released the 2.27 version of Jersey, the reference implementation of JAX-RS 2.1.
To download Jersey 2.27, please check out our download page.
You can also check out the refreshed Jersey 2.27 documentation:
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Jersey is on a journey to the Eclipse Foundation. There are some consequences, unfortunately, the visible activity around the project is not great. The number of open issues is growing. New pull requests are not accepted. All because of the work being done on the donation.… Read more
As it has been announced, Oracle decided to open up Java EE and donate each Java EE technology owned, to the Eclipse Foundation. This comes in four stages, and current status is reported for instance by Java Evangelist. The umbrella of once Java EE projects in the Foundation has a code name Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J) and Java EE is called Jakarta EE now.… Read more