Friday May 03, 2013

Are You Ready to Start Java Embedded Programming?

Oracle has produced some excellent demonstrations and documentation that show you how to get started programming embedded devices using the Java language. The two devices highlighted are the Keil ARM evaluation board and the Raspberry Pi board.

Check out Working with Java ME Embedded and Raspberry Pi - Series and Working with Java ME Embedded on the Keil ARM Evaluation Board - Series.

You will learn how to install the Java binaries on the boards and run sample Java application on the board. Have fun.

Thursday Mar 21, 2013

Oracle Cloud Development with NetBeans and Eclipse (OEPE)

Continuing the Oracle Cloud development series, I have posted 5 new tutorials that illustrate how to develop and deploy Java EE applications to Oracle Cloud using NetBeans and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE). The tutorials introduce you to application development using of one these two fine IDEs with  Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud Service.

In the NetBeans series, you will learn how to configure NetBeans to use Oracle Cloud through a plugin, then create and deploy a JSF/JPA application and the data it uses to Oracle Cloud. Finally, there is a tutorial that illustrates using Maven projects with Oracle Cloud.

In the OEPE series, you will learn how to configure OEPE (Eclipse Juno with extensions), then modify an ADF application built using OEPE to Oracle Cloud.

Check out all of the free tutorials and other resources for Oracle Cloud on the Oracle Learning Library!

Thursday Jan 24, 2013

New OBE Series: Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI)

OBE of the Month: CDI Series

This Oracle By Example (OBE) series covers three features of Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) introduced in Java EE 6: Stereotypes, Interceptors and Events. CDI was introduced with Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 6 as JSR-299.

The Contexts part of CDI allows beans to share and participate in the life cycle of another bean, while the Dependency Injection part of CDI allows beans to get a reference to an instance of another bean simply by injecting it. CDI power is the ability to loosely-couple classes by removing the instantiation process and simultaneously enforcing strong-type checking.

Check out all of the great free content on the Oracle Learning Library and our new cool look-and-feel!

Monday Aug 13, 2012

Ten Time-Savers in NetBeans


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Monday Jul 09, 2012

Welcome to the Java Training Beat!

We are a group of dedicated training developers for Java, located in the US, India, and now Mexico. In this blog we will announce new training content and events that might be of interest to our readers.

In this first installment of the Java Training Beat, I would like to introduce three new Oracle By Example (OBE) modules I recently released and posted to the Oracle Online Learning Library.

Creating a Simple Java Message Service (JMS) Producer with NetBeans and GlassFish - covers how to create a simple text message producer with NetBeans 7 and GlassFish.

Creating Java Message Service (JMS) Resources in WebLogic Server 12c - covers how to create JMS resources using the console and WebLogic Server 12c. With this tutorial, you can replicate the results of the first tutorial in WebLogic.

Creating a Publish/Subscribe Model with Message-Driven Beans and GlassFish Server - covers how to create a publish/subscribe application using JMS. This tutorial includes a short case study that includes a JSF front-end application that sends a hotel reservation request object to the server as a MapMessage.

Hope you find these useful!  And do check out the Online Learning Library - we have a wide range of additional content posted and more being added every month!

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