Mined Opinions For API: dropwizard

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  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
  • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the CODETERM2 attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e.g.. details
  • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation.. details
  • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY.. details
  • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like CODETERM1 ?. details
  • But what is usually used is URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gircz.html [Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
  • And I know that I could use a real CODETERM4 instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem.. details
Summaries the opinions about dropwizard using topic modeling.
  • 0. validation endpoint car create jersey jax accept kind rest thing: 7
    • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: Play-Framework Vert.x Spray Dropwizard (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
    • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like @Valid Car car ?. details
    • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the kind attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e.g.. details
    • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY.. details
    • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation.. details
    • But what is usually used is Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
  • 0. real validator shortcut: 1
    • And I know that I could use a real Validator instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem.. details
Summaries of the opinions about dropwizard using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation .
  • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like @Valid Car car ?.
  • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the kind attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e g .
  • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY .
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and or scala: Play Framework Vert x Spray Dropwizard (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .
  • But what is usually used is Bean Validation API implementation The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX RS 2 0 .
  • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation .
  • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like @Valid Car car ?.
  • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the kind attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e g .
  • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY .
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and or scala: Play Framework Vert x Spray Dropwizard (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .
  • But what is usually used is Bean Validation API implementation The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX RS 2 0 .
  • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation .
  • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like @Valid Car car ?.
  • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the kind attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e g .
  • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY .
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and or scala: Play Framework Vert x Spray Dropwizard (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .
  • But what is usually used is Bean Validation API implementation The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX RS 2 0 .
  • And I know that I could use a real Validator instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem .
  • And I know that I could use a real Validator instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem .
  • And I know that I could use a real Validator instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem .
Summaries of the opinions about dropwizard using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
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Documentation:
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .
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Features:
  • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the CODETERM2 attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e.g.
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Usability:
  • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .
  • And I know that I could use a real CODETERM4 instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem.
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
  • Features: 3
    1. general: 3
      • and I'd like the validation machinery look into the CODETERM2 attribute, create an instance of the appropriate subclass, here e.g.. details
      • The endpoint looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • How could I accept the different JSON representations on the endpoint, while keeping the validation codein the Resource as concise as something like CODETERM1 ?. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • I would look into any of the following frameworks or libraries to create REST APIs with java and/or scala: URL_http://www.playframework.com/ [Play-Framework] URL_http://vertx.io/ [Vert.x] URL_http://spray.io/ [Spray] URL_http://dropwizard.codahale.com/ [Dropwizard] (which uses Jetty, Jersey, and Jackson) .. details
      • I'd like to accept JSON on an REST endpoint and convert it to the correct type for immediate validation.. details
      • I know I could create different endpoints for all kind of cars, but thats does not seem DRY.. details
      • But what is usually used is URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/gircz.html [Bean-Validation- API] implementation.The nice thing about this is decoupling between data format handling, and validation logic.This is what frameworks like DropWizard use; and it's the direction JAX-RS (like Jersey) are taking things for JAX-RS 2.0. .. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • And I know that I could use a real CODETERM4 instead of the annotation and do it by hand, so I'm just asking if there's some elegant shortcut for this problem.. details