Developing a REST application using Jersey with JPA and Running it on AWS EC2

Based on what we have built before (see previous post), we are now ready to move further to extend the application to support HTTP GET, POST, PUT and DELETE.

This time we also include JPA for data persistence and use AWS EC2 to deploy the application on Glassfish server.

You can check out the code from Bitbucket.

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Developing a REST application using Jersey and running it on AWS Beanstalk

I have had the chance to develop some REST applications at work using Spring in the past and now I would like to try out Jersey to develop a simple REST application which only supports GET operation.

This is not a step-by-step tutorial but rather a place to share what I have.

You can check out the code from Bitbucket.

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Developing a REST application using Jersey and running it on AWS Beanstalk