JavaEE

JavaOne Replay: eBay and JavaServer Faces

During JavaOne, Sushma Sharma and Ken Paulsen of eBay did a session on Gandalf: 'eBay, Connecting Buyers and Sellers Globally via JavaServer Faces'. Gandalf is a 'Quick Listing tool'. Gandalf is JSF based tool that let non professional eBay users list their items in order to sell them. Since Gandalf targets non professional users, the tool and the its user interface has to be intuitive and simple. And as mentioned in during the session, that type of users represent the largest...

Monday, November 10, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More

JavaOne Replay: JAX-RS.next

JAX-RS is a key technology of the Java EE platform as REST endpoints are more and more used. Marek Potočiar (JAX-RS Co-Specification Lead) did a session during JavaOne to detail some of the proposed JAX-RS enhancements and extensions that should be part of Java EE 8. These proposals include better support for JSON (JSON-B), improved alignment between JAX-RS and CDI, enhanced support for hypermedia as well as declarative security, server-sent events, and MVC integration.  &a...

Thursday, November 6, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More

Java EE 8 at Devoxx

Next week (Nov. 10-14), 3.500 Devoxxians from 40 different countries will come to sunny Antwerp to attend the 13th edition of Devoxx (Belgium). Devoxx covers a broad range of topics ranging from Java SE, Mobile and Web Development, Embedded... to Java on the Server. This year Server-side Java track has very good contents including a good Java EE 8 coverage. Also, this year, you have the possibility to ask, in advance, questions to any of the speaker. For that, just check a...

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More

Java EE @ NFJS New England Software Symposium Boston

As some of you may be aware I recently joined the well-respected US based No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Tour. The NFJS New England Software Symposium was held September 19 - 21 in Boston. This is one of the larger NFJS shows and attendance at the show and my sessions was pretty good. It is always encouraging to see the same folks attend more than one talk. On my way to the show I also stopped by at the Connecticut Java User Group. The JUG is led by my friend and co-author for...

Monday, November 3, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More

Java EE @ NFJS Greater Atlanta Software Symposium

As some of you may be aware I recently joined the well-respected US based No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Tour. The NFJS Greater Atlanta Software Symposium was held September 12 - 14. I had four talks total over two days, more or less back-to-back. I did talks on Java EE 7/Java EE 8, WebSocket, the Cargo Tracker Java EE Blue Prints and JavaScript + Java EE. More details, including slide decks and code as well as my NFJS tour schedule, posted on my personal blog.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More

MyBatis-CDI: Persistence Alternative for Java EE

ORM is a by and large proven technique that has been around for a long time now (believe it or not TopLink was created in the early nineties for Smalltalk and then ported to Java). It maximizes code flexibility and database independence while minimizing boilerplate code and allowing the construction of rich domain models. Even for relatively complex domain models and queries, ORM engines tend to generate better quality SQL optimized to the underlying database than the average...

Monday, October 27, 2014 | JavaEE | Read More
 

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