Moreover, RESTEasy also implements the MicroProfile REST Client specification API.
- Implements Jakarta RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS)
- Portable to Tomcat and many other app-server
- Embeddedable server implementation for JUnit testing
- Enhanced client framework
- Client "Browser" cache. Supports HTTP 1.1 caching semantics including cache revalidation
- Server in-memory cache. Local response cache. Automatically handles ETag generation and cache revalidation
- Rich set of providers for: XML, JSON, YAML, Fastinfoset, Multipart, XOP, Atom, etc.
- JAXB marshalling into XML, JSON, Jackson, Fastinfoset, and Atom as well as wrappers for maps, arrays, lists, and sets of JAXB Objects.
- GZIP content-encoding
- Asynchronous HTTP abstractions for Servlet 3
- Reactive support
- Asynchronous Job Service.
- Rich interceptor model.
- OAuth2 and Distributed SSO with JBoss AS7
- Digital Signature and encryption support with S/MIME and DOSETA
- EJB, Seam, Guice, Spring, Spring MVC and Spring Boot integration
As we look to 2024 I’d like to give an overview of the current RESTEasy Roadmap. Please note at this time there are not specific timeframes for some of these tasks. We are reliant on the Jakarta REST 4.0 going final before we can do any final releases. Jakarta REST 4.0 The current target for Jakarta REST 4.0 is Q1 of 2024. Jakarta REST 4.0 will bring some significant and breaking changes to the API...Read More >
Today we announce some new RESTEasy releases. These are the 2023 Q4 releases. There have been two releases; 5.0.9.Final and 6.2.6.Final. 6.2.6.Final This is the latest release for the Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1 specification. The release consists mostly of bug fixes and component upgrades. This release includes upgrades to Netty and Undertow for CVE-2023-44487 (Rapid Reset). Full release notes for this release can be found here. 5.0.9.Final This is the latest, and preferred, release...Read More >
resteasy-grpc1 is a project that can help you to generate a bridge project that can expose REST service APIs to gRPC clients. The resteasy-grpc generated project will wrap your REST project into the final bridge project, and provide a gRPC service by using the standard gRPC server by default, and redirect the gRPC service calls into the backend servlet based REST services internally, which means you need to have a servlet container so the backend...Read More >
Today we announce some new RESTEasy releases. These are the 2023 Q3 releases. There have been two releases; 5.0.8.Final and 6.2.5.Final. 6.2.5.Final This is the latest release for the Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1 specification. The release consists mostly of bug fixes and component upgrades. Full release notes for this release can be found here. 5.0.8.Final This is the latest, and preferred, release for the Jakarta RESTful Web Services 2.1 specification. This release is primarily...Read More >
In Part I of this two part series (grpc and WildFly - Part I), we discussed WildFly’s grpc subsystem, which supports gRPC services. Here, we introduce the RESTEasy resteasy-grpc project, which allows gRPC clients to communicate with Jakarta RESTFul Web Services. We assume here that the reader is familiar with WildFly, Jakarta REST, protobuf, and gRPC. There is a brief introduction to gRPC in Part I. gRPC is a fairly open system. For example client...Read More >
Today we announce some new RESTEasy releases. These are the 2023 Q2 releases. There have been two releases; 5.0.7.Final and 6.2.4.Final. 6.2.4.Final This is the latest release for the Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1 specification. The release consists mostly of bug fixes and component upgrades. One component upgrade worth noting is the Undertow Upgrade. There was a moderate CVE, CVE-2022-4492, fixed in Undertow. Unfortunately, due to UNDERTOW-2167, there was not a 2.2.x release with the...Read More >
The RESTEasy tracing feature has been integrated into WildFly since its version 28. The usage of the tracing feature in RESTEasy is already introduced in RESTEasy Documentation1 and some blog posts2. In this article, I’ll focus on the usage of this feature in WildFly. There is an example in the resteasy-example3 project showing the usage of the tracing feature, and it uses the Galleon4 to provision a WildFly 28 server, so I’ll use this example...Read More >
Today we announce some new RESTEasy releases. Given there was a low impact CVE, we have released some older versions of RESTEasy as well. One big change, that likely seems odd for a patch release, is the way OPTION requests are handled. Previously a DefaultOptionsMethodException was thrown when invoked on a method that does not contain an @OPTIONS annotation. This will now simply return a valid response instead of throwing the exception. The old behavior...Read More >
The MicroProfile OpenAPI specification defines a standard and programming language-agnostic interface description for HTTP APIs. Here is the API document to the specification: GitHub - OAI/OpenAPI-Specification: The OpenAPI Specification Repository In this article I’ll introduce the basic usage of the example, and then describe its design. At last, I’ll introduce some internal implementations of the OpenAPI feature in WildFly and Quarkus. Usage Of The Example I have added an example showing how to integrate MicroProfile...Read More >
The time has come for two new RESTEasy releases; 6.2.2.Final and 5.0.5.Final. These are both bug fix releases. RESTEasy 6.2.2.Final targets Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1. Full release notes for this release can be found here. This will be the current version integrated into WildFly. RESTEasy 5.0.5.Final targets Jakarta RESTful Web Services 2.1. Full release notes for this release can be found here. Only critical or blocking bug fixes will end up in the 5.x...Read More >
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