Thursday Jul 12, 2007

Screencast #Web3: jMaki in Eclipse

jMaki is a lightweight framework to build Ajax-enabled Web 2.0 applications. NetBeans IDE provides first-class support to develop and deploy jMaki web applications on GlassFish V2. jMaki also comes with an Eclipse plug-in to support similar set of functionality. This screencast shows how jMaki plug-in can be installed in Eclipse 3.3 (codename Europa) and how jMaki-enabled web applications can be developed easily and intuitively.

Enjoy it here!

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Friday Jun 29, 2007

Screencast #WS6: Eclipse Europa and GlassFish

Eclipse 3.3 (codename Europa) was released earlier today. As mentioned earlier, we have an exciting news for GlassFish developers!

Starting today, Eclipse IDE for Java EE developers has the capability to register GlassFish V1, V2 and V3 containers from within the IDE. It supports web application directory deployment and has a fully integrated debugger.  Ludo published detail instructions on how to configure Eclipse 3.3 for GlassFish, deploy a Web project and debug a JSP. You can also watch the same steps in this screen cast with an additional detail on how to deploy a JAX-WS compliant Web service on GlassFish using Eclipse IDE.

Enjoy it here!

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Sunday Jun 10, 2007

Screencast #Web2: jMaki on Rails for Dummies

This screencast shows how a jMaki-wrapped Yahoo DataTable widget can be used to pull data from MySQL database using ActiveRecord in a Rails application. This is a screencast of the detailed instructions posted earlier.

Enjoy it here!

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Tuesday May 08, 2007

Screencast #Web1: JavaScript Everywhere! JavaOne 2007 Demo

Developing a Web 2.0 app is really simple with Phobos and jMaki. Phobos is a light-weight scripting-friendly web application environment that runs on Java platform. jMaki is an Ajax framework and also provides a unified data model by wrapping components from existing toolkits such as Yahoo and Dojo.

Currently the primary language supported by Phobos is JavaScript and jMaki has support for Java, Phobos, PHP, and Ruby. Using the same language, JavaScript, on both client and server eliminates the impedance mismatch between the data format. Both of these technologies can be installed as plug-in modules in NetBeans IDE.

If you are attending JavaOne 2007, TS-6381 (Tue, May 8, 4:40 pm) and booth #953 in the Pavilion shows how easy it is to build a "Developer Dashboard" that allows you to monitor different activities of your project. If you want to build this application, then you can follow the screen cast.

Enjoy it here!

Three key points to be highlighted in this demo:

  1. jMaki and Phobos are made-for-each-other. They allow to use same skill set (JavaScript) on both client and server and eliminates the impedance mismatch by using the same data format on both the sides.
  2. NetBeans IDE provides a rapid development, run and test cycle increasing your development time. There is no deployment or compilation required.
  3. All these apps can be deployed on GlassFish V2 or V3, an open-source, production quality, and Java EE 5 compatible application server.

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Screencast #WS5: Excel using WSIT! JavaOne 2007 Demo

Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT, aka Project Tango) enables first-class interoperability between Sun's Web services stack and Microsoft .NET 3.0 framework. First-class means truly out-of-the-box which does not require any configuration of parameters on either side. To demonstrate that, in JavaOne 2007, we are showing how an Excel 2007 spreadsheet on Windows Vista can invoke a secure and reliable WSIT endpoint hosted on GlassFish V2.

If you are attending JavaOne, session TS-4865 (Wed 4:10pm and repeat on Fri 1:30pm) and booth #966 in the Pavilion shows this sample in detail. But if you are not able to attend, then you can enjoy the screen cast.

Enjoy it here!

Here are the key points highlighted in this demo:

  1. Proven real-world interoperability with .NET 3.0. It's not just confined to "Hello World" or some arcane test case.
  2. Technologies transparent to applications
    1. No new APIs (use existing JAX-WS or EJBs)
    2. Excellent support in NetBeans IDE.
  3. Integrated with GlassFish V2, an open source, production-quality and Java EE 5 compatible application server.

Leave a comment on the blog if you have a similar scenario in your organization and would like to know more details.

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Wednesday Apr 25, 2007

New WSIT Blogger

Welcome Ryan! He works on the implementation of WS-Coordination in WSIT.

And he starts his blog with a screencast on how to enable distributed Web services transactions between GlassFish v2 and .NET 3.0.

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Saturday Apr 07, 2007

Camtasia 4.0 on Windows Vista: Error 1904

Camtasia Studio 4.0 is not compatible with Windows Vista. Instead you need to download 4.0.1 trial version and use the key that you obtained with 4.0. Otherwise you'll get an error message with Code 1904 which is about not able to register CamtasiaOfficeAddIn.dll. I've Office 2007 installed on this Vista machine so that might be the cause of error but Camtasia's tech support told me 4.0.1 is compatible with Vista and should be installed instead. Read this thread for more details.

Enjoy the screencasts that have been published so far and more to come.

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Thursday Mar 29, 2007

Screencast #SWDP1: How to download, install, and get started with Sun Web Developer Pack ?

Sun Web Developer Pack (SWDP) was released 2 weeks ago. This is a new toolkit from Sun that allows you to build your next generation Web applications using Ajax technologies with Project jMaki & Project Dynamic Faces, light-weight Web services with Atom / REST APIs / WADL and server side scripting with Project Phobos and deploy them on industry-grade containers like GlassFish. This screencast shows you the download options, how to install and get started (including NetBeans plug-in installation) with SWDP.

Enjoy it here!

Thanks to Ana for helping me script the screencast.

And feel free to leave a comment on the blog or ask questions on SWDP Forum.

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Tuesday Feb 27, 2007

Screencast #WS4: How to install WSIT plug-in on NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 using Update Center ?

NetBeans 5.5.1 IDE Beta was released earlier this week. Along with it, the WSIT plug-in modules were released as part of Update Center. So now if you want to install WSIT plug-in in NetBeans, you no longer have to manually download the modules and then install them. This screencast shows you how to install the WSIT plug-in on NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 using Update Center.

Enjoy it here.

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Thursday Feb 22, 2007

Screencast #WS3: Reliable and Interoperable Web service using WSIT plug-in, NetBeans and GlassFish

In the third part of the screen cast series (#ws1, #ws2), I show how a reliable and interoperable Web service can be developed and invoked using NetBeans IDE and WSIT plug-in. This screencast also shows how WSIT plugin can be manually installed in NetBeans.

Enjoy it here.

Here is a preview of screen casts that are plannned in the next few weeks.

  1. #WS4: Developing a Secure Web service using WSIT plug-in, NetBeans and GlassFish
  2. #WS5: Developing a Transactional Web service using WSIT plug-in, NetBeans and GlassFish
  3. #WS6: Invoking a .NET 3.0 endpoint using WSIT plug-in, NetBeans and GlassFish
  4. #WS7: Developing a simple Web service using WSIT plug-in, NetBeans and Tomcat
  5. #WS8: Based upon user requirement, Using GlassFish-bundled Derby database within a Web service built from JSPs.

 Feel free to post suggestions on what would you like to see in terms of Web services development using NetBeans.

UPDATE: See why/when a module may be installed globally versus locally here.

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