Lucas Jellema has an article on using Java Persistence on Java SE.The original article is a blog at Amis.nl;there is a goodfollow-up thread at TSS at.Lucas promises a follow-up post with more examples running onGlassFish:In a subsequent post, I will talk about running the application from Oracle JDeveloper 10.1.3 EA (Early Adopter’s Release) - in such a way that there are only dependencies on GlassFish, not on any proprietary Oracle classes.
I think Java Web Start is under-appreciated.The mechanism combines thedeployment simplicity of Web Applications with the richness of Java Applications.The technology has improved over the releases;here is a recentwhite paper with some details.GlassFish supports Java Web Start applicationsand Vince has posteda followup to his earlier articlethis time showing how to use Java Web Startfor the same EJB 3.0 service.Check it out!GlassFish,JavaWebStart
Sun has a program calledEnterprise Tech Tips.This is an electronic mailing that contains tips, techniques, and sample code on various topics of interest to developers using J2EE.This month's TechTips includes one by Manisha Umbarje showinga simple example of a Web Servicewritten using JAX-WS and using GlassFish.The example comes withsample code.
Filippo has a follow-up to his earlier blogon GlassFish. In this one, he uses Eclipse 3.1 and GlassFishto write a simple EJB 3.0 example.I have many friends in the NetBeans team, but it is good to see uses of Eclipse with GlassFish.
Wicket is an application framework that emphasizes simplicity, separation of concerns and ease of development. The presentation is intended to be done using standard WYSIWYG HTML design tools while dynamic content processing and form handling is all handled in Java code using a first-class component model backed by POJO data beans. TheWicket site and wiki has plenty of more information, including examples to look at.Seymour Cakes (located in Malaysia)has tested Wicket against...
Santiago just created a new project to developJapex. Japex is a framework we have been using internally for a number of micro-benchmarks, including some related to the FastInfoset project.For widest appeal, the code is under the Apache License, like the FI project.
Petr Blaha is afrequent blogger in the NetBeans team in Prague. He often contributes in the areaslike CMP, EJBs, JMS and Java Persistence. His most recent postingis on how you can create client for EJB 3.0 in a J2SE project.We will highlight more postings from Petr in the future.