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How to migrate your SOAP web service to REST with Camel

How to migrate your SOAP web service to REST with Camel

SOAP-based services are plentiful in many enterprise solutions and are slowly being replaced by RESTful services to simplify their use. There is a new wizard to help you make the transition with Apache Camel’s Rest DSL added in the latest version of Red Hat Fuse Tooling. This article shows how to use the new wizard to transition from older SOAP-based services to more modern REST-based services.

If you aren’t familiar, Red Hat Fuse is an integration platform based on Camel and a number of other projects. The updating Fuse Tooling is available in Red Hat Developer Studio 12.0.0, the desktop IDE that is based on Eclipse 4.8 Photon. You can also get the new wizard by adding JBoss Tools 4.6 to your existing Eclipse 4.8 Photon installation by downloading it directly, or installing via the Eclipse Marketplace.

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Know how RESTful your API is: An Overview of the Richardson Maturity Model

Know how RESTful your API is: An Overview of the Richardson Maturity Model

Most of the time, I see developers are bit confused about the term REST. For some enterprise application developers, the meaning of REST is JSON i.e. if they are using JSON in their application, which means they working on REST API, which is not true to some extent. Let’s take a look what exactly a REST API is.

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