Francesco Azzola demonstrates basic JBI development and deployment by creating an app that receives requests and sends SMS messages.
Joshua A. Davis and Thaddeus Keenan Simons show how to copy pixels from an OpenGL pbuffer into a Java2D Graphics2D drawing context.
The third in a series of podcasts from the Brazilian Month of Java,
Edilson Prudencio, a researcher with Dr João Cândido Dovicchi at the Universidade Federal De Santa Catarina, talks about his project of monitoring heart patients using bluetooth monitors, <a href="http://marge.dev.java.net">Marge</a> and a JavaME phone.
Amir Kirsh offers a design for a comprehensive approach to the problem of thread pools that must handle requests when all their threads are in use.
Deepa Sobhana offers a detailed overview of what's changing in the Servlet 3.0 API and why.
The second in a series of podcasts from the Brazilian Month of Java,
Neto Marin discusses CoSMo the conference scheduler for mobile devices.
Denis Pilupchuk looks at the problems of the Java permissions model and considers some alternatives.
Biswajit Sarkar looks at how you can employ styles, themes, and painters in your LWUIT application.
The first in a series of podcasts from the Brazilian Month of Java, Renato Bellia discusses his recently promoted project Diamond Powder and it's data collector facilities.
Jesse Farnham takes a look at JSR 310's concepts and how they may yet bring sense to dates and times in Java.