A source-filter system produces human speech. Speech begins with a breathy source. The airflow beginning at the lungs causes sound to be produced through vibration and hissiness at the larynx (also referred to as your voicebox ) in your throat. You then shape this sound through a filter, the passageways of the mouth and nasal cavity (nose). As you move your tongue around in your mouth to different areas, different tube-like vocal tract shapes are created. These shapes result in different sounds. Here are some important terms related to speech anatomy:
CXF and CXF have been updated to implement the JAX-RS API’s as completely as possible without access to the final JAX-RS TCK.
We have done extensive testing with JAX-RS user applications, samples, and the preliminary TCK to make sure CXF’s implementation is as complete and compatible as we can make it.
CXF makes and will continue making the best possible effort to have JAX-RS and new JAX-RS version implementations technically complete and offering an environment for running the portable JAX-RS applications.
If the final TCK is made available to Apache, we will make sure CXF is updated to pass.
If another TCK licensee that uses CXF’s JAX-RS implementation in their products finds issues with CXF’s compliance, we are more than happy to fix bugs that are raised.