Eclipse 3.3 (codename Europa) was
earlier today. As mentioned
have an exciting news for GlassFish
for Java EE developers has the capability to register GlassFish V1,
V2 and V3 containers from within the IDE. It supports web application
directory deployment and has a fully integrated debugger.
earlier, Eclipse Europa was
scheduled to launch at Jun 29th, 6am PT. I decided to get up early (I'm a
morning person anyway) and watch the countdown.
And it was indeed a countdown on eclipse.org. At 6:10am PT, Europa went live!
Congratulations to the Eclipse community for yet another timed release.
Europa has a download targeted for Java EE developers
It seems like all the...
Eclipse Europa is launching
tomorrow and we have an exciting news for you.
Stay tuned ...
Before I explain the differences between WS-I
and WSIT, let me point out the
They both are working to achieve interoperability of Web services
The first three letters in their short name stand for the exact same
words "Web Services Interoperability"
And that's where the similarity ends, now the differences.
(Web Services Interoperability Technology)
a 3-day Web services interoperability plugfest from Jul 10-12, 2007. At
Sun Microsystems, we love to Tango
with Windows Communication Foundation component of .NET 3.0 framework and so
we'll be participating using GlassFish
V2. This may be the last plugfest before GlassFish V2 is released later this
As in earlier events, attendees implement a set of pre-defined scenarios...
discussion happened on
Forums where a user asked for pros/cons for GlassFish vs JBoss. A
explained his reasons to choose GlassFish over JBoss. Here are they key
Admin GUI and CLI alone are true differentiators.
Java EE5 with EJB3 is much better to work with and GlassFish is JavaEE5
compatible, of course it's the Reference Implementation as well....
Audio and transcript synchronized with the slides for
JavaOne 2007 session
(Takes two to Tango: Java Web Services and .NET Interoperability) is now
available. Read a
review of the session by an attendee.
WSIT is now part of Project Metro and
is integrated in GlassFish V2.
jMaki provides a rich set of
data widgets that can be embedded in a web application. For most of the
widgets to be useful, they need to be tied a database backend. For
example consider a Table widget displaying data about your favorite
stock tickers. This blog explains the steps to create such a Web
application, deployed on
GlassFish V2, that contains a
Eduardo will be giving a
keynote (From Tomcat to GlassFish - An Update on OpenSource
Server-side Java at Sun) at
TheServerSide Java Symposium - Europe next week.
He is the Editor-in-Chief for
TheAquarium so go talk to him and tell him how you like
GlassFish or would like us to
Project Metro was
announced 2 days ago and got picked up my multiple sites:
Project Metro: the new name for web services stack from Sun (TheServerSide)
Sun Announces Metro
Announcing Metro (webservices.org)
Sun Names "Metro Web-Services Stack" (Dr Dobbs Portal)
Sun Christens "JAX-WS RI + Project Tango"
to Project Metro (jax magazine)
Here is a...