Presented on JavaOne 2015.
Take JAX-RS, WebSocket, and the idea of microservices; put the ingredients into a pressure cooker; raise the temperature; and let the experiments begin. In this session, you’ll witness a core foundation being cooked for building (micro-)applications using REST (JAX-RS) and WebSocket together, a foundation that is memory-efficient, fast, and easy to work with. And as a cherry on top, new features (lambdas) and types (streams, optionals, dates, and more) of Java 8 will be added into the mix of these Java EE technologies. Last but not least, the presenters want to hear about your encounters with running WebSocket and JAX-RS together. Do you run microservices-like deployments and have some unresolved issues or ideas about how that experience can be improved?
Github repo: https://github.com/pavelbucek/placeholder