Java Web Services Development
Java Web Services is free software
used for the purpose of developing web services and applications
with the latest technologies for Java.
It can be developed on multiple
open source and web services stacks, each with different
potentialities and capabilities. JAX-WS 2.x standard is implemented
by the stacks for service configurations. But, there are major
differences in the manner in which the solutions are used and
configurations are done in the JAX-WS implementations. The
dissimilarities can be even greater when security issues are
involved. Such solutions offer additional features like Spring
Support, data binding technologies and scripting language
We have been working on web
services development for years and hence have gathered a wide range
of experience in a good number of stacks. Our solutions help you
choose the best stack suitable for your requirements. We also make
it a point to take care of any issues you might encounter with such
- API for Extensible Markup Language Processing: Also known as
JAXP, it offers the capability of validating and
analyzing XML documents.
- API for Extensible Markup Language Registries: Also known as
JAXR, it is often used for accessing and
interacting with various types of XML-based metadata
- Architecture for XML Binding: Also known as
JAXB, it enables developers to map Java classes to
XML representations. It enables storing and retrieving of data in
the memory in any XML format.
- API for Extensible Markup Language-based RPC: Also known as
JAX-RPC, it enables a Java application to invoke a
Java-based service with a familiar description while being
consistent with its WSDL description.
- API for XML Web Services: Also known as
JAX-WS, it is a programming language API for
developing web services.
- SOAP with Attachments API: Also known as SAAJ,
it offers a standard way of sending Extensible Markup Language
documents over the web from the platform of Java.
Implementations of Web Services
- Apache Axis: It is an open source service
based on Extensible Markup Language. It consists of C++ and Java of
the SOAP server.
- Apache Axis2: It is a core engine for web
services. It is a total redesign of the former framework.
- Apache CXF: It is an open source, complete web
RESTful Web Services
The Representational State
Transfer (REST) style has become the
de-facto standard for developing web services. Our team is well
equipped to develop web services using the RESTful architecture for
delivering scalable interactions, general interface design, and
Hire our Java web services
development solutions and we will surely make you succeed in your
desired objectives much quickly.