Java Magazine May/June -- Java EE 7: License to Code
By Tori Wieldt-Oracle on Jun 13, 2013
Java EE 7 has arrived, with lots of new tools designed to make you more productive and let you add new capabilities to your Web applications. The May/June issue of Java Magazine focuses on what's new and notible in Java EE 7—including HTML 5 support, WebSockets, JAX-RS, JSON, batch processing, concurrency, and more. There are interviews and and hands-on articles that help you get up to speed with Java EE 7 right away. Also, articles on Java in Action and a great code teaser on JPA.
In this issue:
- Java EE 7 Arrives —Oracle’s Anil Gaur on the evolution of Java EE
- Boosting Developer Productivity—Increase your productivity with updated specs and new APIs in Java EE 7.
- Embracing HTML5— Discover new features in Java EE 7 for creating next-generation Web apps.
- Slam Dunk— Java takes ESPN.com to the winner’s circle.
- Banking on Java— A Java EE–based system brings stability to Brazil’s complex financial market.
- Advanced Operations with Lambdas—Ben Evans and Martijn Verburg conclude their series on lambda expressions.
- Build an Instagram Java ME Application—Vikram Goyal shows you how.
Java Magazine is a FREE, bi-monthly, online publication. It includes technical articles on the Java language and platform; Java innovations and innovators; JUG and JCP news; Java events; links to online Java communities; and videos and multimedia demos. Subscriptions are free, registration required. Java Magazine is also available for the iPad and iPhone. Download your issue today on the Apple iTunes App Store.
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