Daan Scheerens

An enthusiast IT professional whose love for programming started at the age of 12 when I first came across some BASIC code in a magazine. After having fooled around with BASIC for a while, I moved on to other languages, such as: VisualBasic, C++, Java, UnrealScript, PHP, JavaScript and Scala. […]


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Most AngularJS developers are probably familiar with the concept of HTTP interceptors: a mechanism for modifying request and responses. This feature is commonly used for cross-cutting concerns such as authentication, logging and error handling. When Angular 2 was introduced it became clear there (initially) would be no equivalent for HTTP […]

Fork your HTTP client: supporting non-global HTTP interceptors in Angular

For those who are not familiar with the term JAX-RS; it an API for building RESTful web services. The most recent release is JAX-RS 2.0 and is covered in JSR 339. Some of the most popular implementations of the API include: Apache CXF Jersey RESTeasy While I believe that JAX-RS […]

Patching JAX-RS