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Moose XML for Java Makes XML and Web Services Fun

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Moose XML for Java Makes XML and Web Services Fun

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MooseXML for Java is the newest, best way to get XML data into and out of your Java applications and web services.

Start with a simple Java bean:

public class HelloWorld {
// Accessors omitted for brevity

private String name;

And then end up with the following XML:

<hello><name>Moose XML</name></hello>

Moose XML supports the following features:

  • Integrates with Spring Web Services out of the box
  • Automatic XML Schema generation--you annotate your Java classes and Moose will handle the generation of an XML schema to match
  • The above two features combine to allow rapid, code-first web services development
  • Includes examples and developer documentation

More information on Moose XML is available at the following location:

<a href="http://quigley.com/moose/>The Moose XML Homepage</a>

There, you can access the <a href="http://quigley.com/releases/moose/0.4.0/developer-guide.html">Developer Guide</a>, and also download the <a href="http://quigley.com/releases/moose/0.4.0/quigley-moose-src-">latest release</a>.


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