Even traditional server-rendered applications and web APIs can take advantage of token authentication. Despite this, both MVC and Web API applications can benefit from using tokens for authentication, and it turns out it’s not very hard to set up.
The benefits are great: less server state to manage, better scalability, and a consistent identity and authentication mechanism across web and mobile clients. How do you implement both sides of token authentication – token verification Tokens can also be transmitted via browser cookies.
If you need a refresher on how tokens work, read our overview of token authentication and JWTs. Which transport method you choose (headers or cookies) depends on your application and use case.
For mobile applications, headers are the way to go.
It is always recommended to use the relevant annotations in the field level of the Java Bean since it increases the readability and minimizes the burden of bug fixing and maintenance problems.
Technicalities The Java EE 6 platform provides a set of annotations for bean validation.
) option for processing each element of an input JSON array independently and using tabular output.
Let's first get a list of open issues (note that this is a subset because of GH API pagination): $ curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/joyent/node/issues?
An empty string is a string instance of zero length, whereas a null string has no value at all.
An empty string is represented as are initialized with the value of the empty string by the Java Server Faces implementation.