How-to: Java RESTful Web Services With Jersey and Twitter

Java RESTful Web Services With Jersey and Twitter
Jersey is an open-source reference implementation of JAX-RS, the Java API for RESTful Web Services, JSR-311. In this tip, you will learn how to use the Jersey API to consume HTTP-based RESTful web services from Twitter.
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