NetBeans IDE 7.3 Web Service Applications
Web services are distributed application components that are externally
available. You can use them to integrate computer applications that are written in different languages and run on different platforms. Web services are language and platform independent because vendors have agreed on common web service standards.
Web service applications are deployed to a Java EE application server, such as GlassFish /
Sun Java System Application Server.
This page provides links to some of the NetBeans documents and
resources that can help you learn how to develop web service
applications with NetBeans IDE.
For additional information about NetBeans 7.3, see NetBeans IDE 7.3 Release Information and NetBeans IDE 7.3 Documentation.
For a list of documentation for the current release, see the Web Services Learning Trail.
All Tutorials and Demos
SOAP Web Services
RESTful Web Services
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Web Service Reliability and Security
- Steve Button's blog: Using JAX-RS [and NetBeans IDE] With WebLogic Server 10.3.4
- Simplest Possible EJB 3.1/REST (JSR 311) Component, by Adam Bien
- JAX-WS Web Services in a Java EE 5 Web Application (using Netbeans 6, Maven2, and GlassFish V2), by Lukasz Budnik
- Transforming SOAP Messages with XSLT, by Siegfried Bolz
- Creating a Java Client for del.icio.us RESTful Web Services, by Amit Kumar Saha
- Creating EJB3 Sessions Beans using Netbeans 6.5 and Glassfish, by Jair Rillo Junior
- Developing Enterprise Applications for GlassFish using Maven and NetBeans, by Wouter van Reeven
- Beginning with Enterprise Application Development with NetBeans 6.0, by Arpit Agarwal
- Developing a loan processing application using Apache CXF and JPA in NetBeans 6.5, by Arulazi Dhesiaseelan
- A SOAP Client for Open Calais, by Amit Kumar Saha
- Creating SOAP Web Services with NetBeans 6, by Siegfried Bolz