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Blog Archive for arungupta during July 2007

jMaki allows filter to be configured on a widget. A filter is a JavaScript code fragment that performs data conversion from one object format to another. This allows a widget to consume data from multiple services outside the application domain and transform the received data into a standard data model. There are several pre-defined filters in system-glue.js, for example jmaki.filters....
Sun Microsystems is a proud sponsor of Mashup Camp. This is a Unconference-style event that brings together the software mashup community together face-to-face.   The event, at Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA, consists of two sub-events - Mashup University (Jul 16-17) and Mashup Camp (Jul 18-19). We will be there demonstrating some of the cool and powerful...
Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) provides a complete API to develop and invoke Web services over multiple transports (for example HTTP). NetBeans IDE provides first-class support for developing and invoking a JAX-WS based Web service. The missing piece is functional/compliance/load testing of the Web service. That's where soapUI helps. soapUI is free and open...
Metro - the Web services stack in GlassFish - was announced recently. It was basically creating a single entity for two related projects - JAX-WS RI and Project Tango. The next logical step is to create a single place where users can ask questions and search for already existing answers. Here are some of the changes Koshuke made in that direction: Subscribers of users@wsit and users@jax-...
jMaki is a lightweight framework to build Ajax-enabled Web 2.0 applications. NetBeans IDE provides first-class support to develop and deploy jMaki web applications on GlassFish V2. jMaki also comes with an Eclipse plug-in to support similar set of functionality. This screencast shows how jMaki plug-in can be installed in Eclipse 3.3 (codename Europa) and how jMaki-...
Whether you watched Tango in Sun Net Talk or not, you can still participate in Sun Expert Exchange Forum, a FREE forum, asking questions about Sun and Microsoft interoperability. I'll be there, along with Harold Carr, to field all questions on Project Tango. And then there are experts on other topics from Sun as well. You can read all about Project Tango in this 26-page article. Technorati:...
TheServerSide announced the availability of Project Tango: An Overview article. This 26-page article provides a comprehensive overview of Project Tango explaining topics such as: What is Project Tango ? What features does it provide ? How is it related to Metro and GlassFish ? How NetBeans IDE provide a simple and intuitive Tango programming model ? How Project Tango can be used to solve real...
Sang Shin is starting the 3rd session of  free "Web Services and SOA programming" from August 24th. There is a heavy emphasis on: New Java APIs for Web Services (JAX-WS, JAXB, REST) WSIT (Project Tango) SOA Technologies (BPEL, JBI, Open ESB) GlassFish (Java EE 5, JBI runtime, Service Engines) For registration and course related information, please go to the websites below...
GlassFish V2 beta3 is now available. I take this opportune moment for a follow up entry showing how a Reliable WSIT endpoint can be invoked from WCF client and vice versa. WSIT is already integrated in GlassFish V2. The first part where a WSIT endpoint is invoked by a WCF client is now already available in this entry by Jesus Rodriguez. Couple of points in the entry: The Web Service...
Google allows to create Custom Search Engine by restricting search results based on websites and pages. I created a search engine that will let you search contents from all the Web services sites from Sun Microsystems. "Sun Web Services Search Engine" search contents from the following websites: java.net sites- Metro, GlassFish, WSIT, JAX-WS, JAXB, SAAJ, XWSS java.sun.com/...