JAX is the Java API for XML, used for Java-based Web services such as data binding, messaging, parsing and more. JAX consists of several API such as JAXB, JAXM, JAXP, etc.
Hangin with the JAX Pack, Part 4: JAX-RPC
In the final installment of this series, Al Saganich looks at JAX-RPC, the Java API for XML-based RPC. Guess what -- it's really just another instance of RMI.
Java API Map
Is the world of Java getting a little unweildy for you? Use our Java API map and directory to track all significant Java platforms and respective Java APIs. Includes the JAX Pack and MIDlets.
Developing with JAXB and Ant, Part 1
Apache's Jakarta Ant is a powerful build tool for automating tasks in Java development, working with the JAXB API. In the process, you'll see how JAXB works with packages.
The Java Platform
In this excerpt from O'Reilly & Associates' Java in a Nutshell, 4th Edition, David Flanagan shows you a number of the Java 2SE platform packages, using examples of the most useful classes in these packages.
Understanding UDDI and JAXR
This article takes you into the spec for UDDI, the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration, with an explanation of tModels, binding templates, and identity and category bags. JAXR is also briefly covered.
Infrastructure for an Interconnected Enterprise
Learn about the Web services infrastructure necessary for an interconnected enterprise, using SOAP, JAX-RPC, and more.
Hangin' with the JAX Pack, Part 3: Registries
In Part 3 of our JAX Pack series, Al Saganich looks at JAXR, the Java API for XML Registries.
Hangin' with the JAX Pack, Part 2: JAXM
Al Saganich examines JAXM, the Java API for XML Messaging, and shows how it provides support for accessing various messaging formats.
Hangin' with the JAX Pack, Part 1
In this three-part series, BEA Systems' Al Saginach takes a look at the JAX Pack, JAVA APIs for providing XML-based Web services handling XML. This week Al looks at JAXP (for XML processing) and JAXB (for XML binding). Next week: XML messaging with JAXM.
Java and Web Services Primer
BEA Systems' Al Saganich begins this series on Java and XML Web Services by introducing and demonstrating Web services as an extension of Remote Procedure Calls (RPC). Future articles in this series will show you how the Java 2EE and Web Services work together.
Java and XML Week
This week, we focus on Java and XML as essential for business-to-business information interchange, synchronous data messaging, and business service objects, as well as content generation in the context of Java application and Web services development.
XML Processing with TRaX
The TRaX API extends JAXP to include XML transformations, providing a vendor- and implementation-agnostic standard Java API for specifying and executing XML transformations.