Monday Nov 02, 2009

Java database application performance

Web enabled database applications is one my favorite old pastime. I've built tools for this usecase. There are many ingredients that go into making a technology decision as you are building a site and the choice of database (assuming that you have that choice). For convenience, many folks use PHP & MySQL on the front end since they is part of the LAMP stack. Others choose JavaServer Faces since it is already part of the Java EE standard and provides a rich component set as well as the ability to easily bind to data sources. No matter what choice you make, one will have to deal with the performance considerations as they build their tiered application.

A good opportunity to tune your performance skills will be available Nov 5th during this webinar. Mark is an expert and you'll be able to learn directly from the source (author of the Connector/J driver).

Thursday Jan 10, 2008

Listening to the customer

 

The NetBeans team just released another patch for NetBeans 6, to the community. The latest patch includes an update of the JavaServer Faces components library (codenamed - Woodstock). The update improves the runtime performance of the library.

If you want to nominate more bugs to be included in future patches, just take a look at the wiki page.

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