By gopalan on Apr 24, 2013
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Starting Friday, April 29, 2011, this blog at http://blogs.sun.com/gopalan/ along with all the other Sun and Oracle blogs will be migrated to the new common Oracle Blogging platform at blogs.oracle.com.
According to communication that I have received, the current plan is to have the new Oracle blogging platform up by Friday, May 6th, 2011 at which time the new blogs will be live and the redirects will be in place.[Read More]
If you did like my article, or you love project Open ESB, or Project GlassFish, or NetBeans, please do vote for these. If you would like to see any enhancements to these projects, please tell us how we could improve it. Better still, since these are open-source projects, please get involved and influence the direction of these open source projects. We from the open-source community will forever value your invaluable inputs and contributions to make these projects the best ones in their respective categories on the planet ...
View cook-books written for the SOA and Composite Application functionality in NetBeans 6.0 Preview (M9). These cook-books from Sherry Barkodar also include multiple Flash videos along with the LoanProcessing application demonstrated at Java One 2007.
Among a lot of other features, these CookBooks also cover some new functionality that is available in NetBeans 6.0 Preview (M9) namely,
F3 demonstrates that we're not exploiting the full capabilities of the Java platform for GUI development and that together with supporting tools like F3, the Java platform is highly competitive with or superior to competing GUI development platforms such as Macromedia Flash/Flex/Open Laszlo, Adobe Apollo, Microsoft WPF/XAML, Mozilla XUL, AJAX/DHMTL..
For more information, checkout Chris Oliver's blog at http://blogs.sun.com/chrisoliver/.[Read More]
Gopalan Suresh Raj, a Senior Software Architect, Published Author, and a Public Speaker, is a member of Sun Microsystems, Inc.'s Research and Architecture team. For the past several years he has been designing solutions using Java and C++.
His personal public profile is available at: https://profiles.google.com/ipersist/