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!


 

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