RESTful services with Aerogear

RESTful services with Aerogear


April 16 2013

On March 29 the AeroGear project, sponsored by JBoss, released version 1.0 of its server and client libraries.  AeroGear Controller provides a powerful API exposing RESTful services, integrate with existing platforms, expose security and authentication services, and allow for the creation of services which can query and page through your service’s data.  AeroGear clients are available for iOS, Android, JavaScript, and Cordova.  These clients can consume RESTful JSON based web services from any server and provide convenient APIs for integration pagination, security, and local storage.
This talk will discuss the server APIs for publishing and developing RESTful services as well as the Android libraries for consuming RESTful services whether or not they are hosted by AeroGear’s server.

About the Author

Summers Pittman is a Sr. Software developer at RedHat working on the Aerogear Android libraries.  He has a MS in Human Computer interaction from Georgia Tech, and is the Web Chair of the Atlanta Java Users Group.
Location:

Holiday Inn Atlanta-Perimeter/Dunwoody
4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Road,
Atlanta, GA (map)

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