Jersey is using JDK HttpUrlConnection for sending HTTP requests by default. However, there are cases where the default HttpUrlConnection cannot be used, or where using any other HTTP Client available suits the customer’s needs better.
For this, Jersey comes with a Connector.… Read more
Jersey 2.38 (Jakarta REST 2.1 compatible release) and Jersey 3.0.9 (Jakarta REST 3.0 compatible) have been released before Christmas. Jersey 3.1.1 is aligned with these releases.
Apart from minor features (JDK 20 support, less repetitive warnings) and fixes, the big improvement, contributed by our great community, is JUnit 5 test framework being the main test framework in Jersey.… Read more
We were waiting so long! But it is here, Jakarta EE 10 is released, all the implementations Jersey depends on are final, and so Jersey 3.1.0, the final release compatible with Jakarta REST 3.1 is finally released!
There are a number of new features related to Jakarta REST 3.1, a few new specification-unrelated features, and some old functionality returned back.… Read more
Jersey project continues to develop three branches, Java EE / Jakarta EE 8 – Jersey 2.x, Jakarta EE 9 – 3.0.x, and the new Jakarta EE 10 – 3.1.x. Recently, Jersey 2.37, and 3.0.8 were released. Jersey 3.1.0-M8 is still a milestone release, although very close to the final.… Read more
This article discusses backward-incompatible changes in Jersey 3.1.0. While Jersey tries to minimize these incompatible changes, the changes are forced by the Platform Specification Project, API project, security reasons, or an unstoppable evolution.
Jersey 3.1.0 drops compatibility with JDK 8.… Read more
Jersey 3.1.0-M3 is Jakarta RESTful Web Services 3.1 compatible implementation. And we are happy to announce that it has been finally released to maven central.
Jakarta REST 3.1 Specification is a part of Jakarta EE 10, which will be released in June 2022.… Read more
Jersey 2.35 and corresponding Jersey 3.0.3 have been released recently. There is a number of new features.
We support JDK 17, JDK 16, JDK 15, JDK 14, JDK 13, JDK 12, JDK 11, and JDK 8. It means, Jersey is tested there, passes tests, and is perfectly functional.… Read more
Jersey 2.33 is out! As usually, right before Christmas we put together as many fixes and new features as possible to deliver new Jersey for you, the Jersey customers.
During the work on Jersey 2.33, we already delivered Jersey 3.0.0, which kept us busy, and there not as many changes as usual for a regular release.… Read more
Jakarta EE 9 and Jersey 3.0.0 are here. The transition to a new jakarta package based APIs took a great amount of work, from the whole Jakarta EE community. It started in the spring of the year 2020, and finally, Jakarta EE 9 is almost there!… Read more
Java Enterprise Edition, or Java EE, is a set of standards defined to be used in an enterprise environment, implemented by a set of Java EE compatible application servers. Java Enterprise Edition or JEE (formerly Java 2 Enterprise Edition, or J2EE) is being developed for more than a decade, starting with the first J2EE 1.2 release in 1999.… Read more