[ajug-members] Web Services Framework of Choice
les at hazlewood.com
Thu Nov 15 12:51:18 EST 2007
I concur. You'll probably want to stay away from Axis (both versions). The
original XFire is good, and although I haven't used Enunciate, it looks
really clean and simple. But since Spring is definitely my core framework
of choice, and CXF uses Spring under the hood, and CXF is like
next-generation XFire with more features and maybe more development support
behind it, I'd go with CXF if starting a new project.
On 11/15/07, Carl Hall <carl.hall at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've used Axis 1, Axis 2 and XFire in the past; each with varying
> levels of success but I have most often and most recently chosen XFire
> (moving to CXF) because of its ease of use, how it gets out of the way
> (unlike Axis 2) and performance (over Axis 1). I think each has an
> Eclipse plugin that can help you get going with consuming or
> publishing a web server.
> On Nov 15, 2007 9:00 AM, Scott Mitchell <scott at the-mitchells.org> wrote:
> > So, if you were starting from scratch on a web services project what
> > framework/approach would you take these days? I can tell you that in our
> > situation we have a Spring managed middle tier in case that colors the
> > conversation at all. We obviously have to support SOAP, but REST is of
> > interest as well.
> > XFire (now CXF?) looks interesting. Enunciate
> > (http://enunciate.codehaus.org/) also looks interesting, but I don't
> know if
> > it really has legs.
> > Any thoughts/experiences would be very welcome.
> > Thanks,
> > Scott
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