Friday Apr 06, 2012

Tab Sweep: FacesMessage enhancements, Look up thread pool resources, JQuery/JSF integration, Galleria, ...

Recent Tips and News on Java, Java EE 6, GlassFish & more :

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Fixing remote GlassFish server errors on NetBeans (Igor Cardoso)
FacesMessage Enhancements (PrimeFaces)
How to create and look up thread pool resource in GlassFish (javahowto)
Jersey 1.12 is released (Jakub Podlesak)
VisualVM problem connecting to monitor Glassfish (Raymond Reid)
JSF 2.0 JQuery-JSF Integration (John Yeary)
JDBC-ODBC Bridge Example (John Yeary)
The Java EE 6 Example - Gracefully dealing with Errors in Galleria - Part 6 (Markus Eisele)
Logout functionality in Java web applications (JavaOnly)
LDAP PASSWORD POLICIES AND JAVAEE (Ricky's Hodgepodge)
Java User Groups Promote Java Education (java.net Editor's Daily Blog)
JavaEE Revisits Design Patterns: Aspects (Interceptor) (Developer Chronicles)
Java EE 6 Hand-on Workshop @ IIUI (Shahzad Badar)
javaee6-crud-example (Arjan Tims)
Sample CRUD application with JSF and RichFaces (Mark van der Tol)
5 useful methods JSF developers should know (Java Code Geeks)

Here are some tweets from this week ...

Almost 9000 Parleys views at the #JavaEE6 #Devoxx talk I did with @BertErtman. Not even made available for free yet! #JavaEE6 is hot :-)
Sent three proposals for Øredev, about #JavaEE6, #OSGi and a case study about Leren-op-Maat (OSGi in the cloud) together with @m4rr5
[blog] The Java EE 6 #Example - Gracefully dealing with #Errors in #Galleria - Part 6 http://t.co/Drg1EQvf #javaee6
Tomorrow, there is a session about Java EE6 #javaee6 at islamia university #bahawalpur under #pakijug.about 150 students going to attend it.

Sunday Nov 14, 2010

GlassFish Tips and Links #14: InfraDNA and CloudBees, JSF Composites, Embedded GlassFish, JProfiler, JQuery and XMPP...

Recent Tips and News on Java EE 6 & GlassFish:

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TOTD #147: Java Server Faces 2.0 Composite Components using NetBeans - DRY your code (Arun)
TOTD #148: JPA2 Metamodel Classes in NetBeans 7.0 - Writing type-safe Criteria API (Arun)
Step by Step tutorial to create a JAX-WS with Eclipse, CXF and Glassfish V3 (Ahmed Al-Moayed)
Profiling GlassFish 3 with JProfiler : Shing Wai Chan's Weblog (Shing Wai Chan)
Using JQuery, XMPP and Atmosphere to cluster your WebSocket/Comet application (JFA)
Unit testing services, part 2 – Embedded Glassfish (Ivan St. Ivanov)

French Posts on GlassFish

ArKZoYd has a whole collection of posts in French on GlassFish; see

Mes blogs classés par thèmes
• All posts Tagged as GlassFish, and
Installer Glassfish 3.0.1 en mode silencieux, as an example.

Trip Reports

OTN Developer Days 2010, New York City Trip Report (Arun)
Oredev 2010 Trip Report (Arun)
JFall 2010 - Yet another great Java conference (Alexis)

Hudson News

Lusis: Using Hudson and RVM for Ruby unit testing
Hudson / JRuby integration preliminary report
InfraDNA and CloudBees joining forces: KK's post, CloudBees post, JAXEnter, PR.
  • The new offering is called Nectar

Other Related News

NetBeans 7.0 M2 and Maven 3 - Better than M2Eclipse? (Gunther Popp)
An Introduction to OpenFaces
SunSolve is Moving

Sunday Dec 07, 2008

... Reglib or JQuery, IPS and UpdateCenter, and Wikipedia and MySQL

Some recent news of interest:

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JQuery is a small and fast JavaScript Framework (Wikipedia, homepage). JQuery is very popular (Google Trends!), but Greg (Reimer - one of the developers of Sun.Com) was interested in exploring a declarative approach to JavaScript programming and created reglib (for registration library). JavaScript fiends can start at Reg's reglib vs JQuery post, and then browse though his Other posts, and then go Download the code.

The pack(5) (i.e. IPS) toolkit continues to make progress. Although it came from the OpenSolaris effort it is really platform independent and IPS is at the core of the new Update Center for GlassFish v3. Check the IPS blog and the IPS Best Practices Wiki. A recent good presentation is outlined in Intro to pkg(5) - I'd like to schedule one for TheAquarium Online series.

Finally a story that is a couple of weeks old; Wikipedia is going to use Sun's OpenStorage products to run MySQL (see Jonathan's entry). Hopefully we will see many more to come in the future as we continue to Optimize the Performance of MySQL on Sun's Systems.