I'm working on the next edition of Sams' Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours. Java 9 has a new HTTP client package, jdk.incubator.http, that makes it a lot easier to GET and POST to web servers and other software that communicates over HTTP.

For a demo, I needed a simple server that could take POST requests and do something with them without requiring a user login. I was about to write one when I realized I already had. This blog takes comments submitted over POST.

When the book comes out, I'll be able to see from these comments that readers have reached Hour 22.

-- Rogers Cadenhead

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Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

Your book is pretty good, if do say so myself.


 

Excellent for self learning a complex powerful language.


 

Your book is pretty good, if do say so myself.


 

This book is AWESOME! Took me a while to get Java 9 working in NetBeans, but it's really worth it. Has made prepping for the AP Comp Sci exam fun and engaging! KUDOS! :) GO BLUE DEVILS!!! (Duke class of 2022)


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do so say myself.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

old guy, learning new tricks, while on nightshift. Your book is easy to follow once the correct tools are used!


 

Loving the book so far, setting up JDK 9.0 was a challenge but a worthwhile one.Hoping to build an android app when I'm done :-)


 

Your book is very good and easy to follow.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself(I'm serious). Lel it isworking nice.


 

Your book is good. Netbeans 9.0 requires that the swing library (java.desktop) be included in the module-info.java file.


 

Your book is pretty good, if I do say so myself.


 

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