JavaOne Beijing Keynote screencast JavaEE/GlassFish

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While preparing for my demo in Nandini's JavaOne keynote in Beijing last week, I recorded myself delivering the demo ahead of time (there no such thing as too much preparation :). The scenario is short and doesn't get into many of the details but I thought I'd still share it here. I'd be happy to discuss details about how it was built.

The points I'm making in this short demo are :
• simplified JavaEE programing model
• right-sized Java EE Web profile
• full clustering in upcoming GlassFish 3.1
• OSGi dynamic services using CDI (in GlassFish of course)

For those not able to get to YouTube (bandwidth, great firewall, ...), I've posted the offline file here.

Comments:

Alexis, good demo. Two comments:

1) Why not use the OSGi GUI console instead of CLI console?
2) Do you plan on posting the source?

Thanks

Posted by John Clingan on décembre 21, 2010 at 01:50 PM CET #

I used the CLI console when debugging the Tracker and it remained. The source code for the app is on http://beginningee6.kenai.com and the packaging is the same as what Siva did in his initial @OSGiService blog post: http://blogs.sun.com/sivakumart/entry/typesafe_injection_of_dynamic_osgi

Posted by Alexis MP on décembre 21, 2010 at 01:55 PM CET #

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