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Blog Archive for arungupta during January 2008

This TOTD is inspired by Learning JavaFX Script - Part 3. The original article explains how to invoke a Web service from a JavaFX client using NetBeans 5.5.1 and GlassFish v1. Newer version of both NetBeans and GlassFish are available since the article was written. This TOTD (tip of the day) explains how to invoke a Metro endpoint deployed on GlassFish v2 from a JavaFX client - all using...
As mentioned earlier, I presented on "Rails powered by GlassFish & jMaki" at South Bay Ruby Meetup yesterday. The slides are available here. The demos showed in the talk are listed below: screencast #web9 - Create standalone and shared WARs that can be deployed on GlassFish GlassFish v3 gem - Create a simple Rails app and run it using GlassFish gem instead of WEBrick or...
There are several reasons you may deploy JRuby-on-Rails application on GlassFish: Java EE is a long tested deployment platform and GlassFish is Java EE 5 compliant. GlassFish "green" deployment model - just create a WAR and dump it in autodeploy directory. Typical Rails deployment requires to spawn multiple Mongrels, front-ended by Apache and then manage them through Capistrano. Java EE and Ruby...
I'll be speaking on "Rails powered by GlassFish & jMaki" at South Bay Ruby Meetup on Jan 29 (Tuesday) @ 7pm. Read more details here. You'll learn: How GlassFish provides an easy-to-use and production-quality development and deployment environment for your JRuby-on-Rails applications ? How GlassFish is a "green" alternative for deploying JRuby-on-Rails...
The jMaki session at the upcoming Ajax World East 2008 is featured on Web2Journal. Enjoy several jMaki screencasts before the talk :) Jean-Francois is also speaking on Asynchronous Ajax for Revolutionary Web Applications - He is a great speaker and interesting topic too! If you want to speak, the Call For Paper for Ajax World closes tomorrow (Jan 25, 2008). Technorati:...
Metro is the Web services stack in GlassFish. It is your one-stop shop from a simple Hello World to Secure, Reliable,  Transactional and .NET 3.0 interoperable endpoint. Metro Tooling is provided by NetBeans and other options are explained here. Screencast #ws7 describes how a Metro endpoint can be easily created and deployed on GlassFish and invoked from a Web client using NetBeans IDE....
"sakila" is the sample database shipped with MySQL (pronounced as my ess-kew-ell). In the context of Sun Microsystems announcing the agreement to acquire MySQL, I'd like to dedicate this entry to show how this sample database can be exposed as a RESTful Web service endpoint and deployed on GlassFish using Jersey Tooling Plugin (0.4.1 with Jersey 0.4) in NetBeans IDE. Lets get started...
GlassFish Registration Campaign promises exactly that! Just follow the 4 simple steps: Download GlassFish v2 UR1 or Java EE 5 SDK Update 4. Install and register GlassFish (more info around 2:33 min). Submit your sweepstakes entry. Increase your chances of the sweepstakes by telling your friends and colleagues about this sweepstakes. If one of them wins, you...
What is GlassFish and Why GlassFish ? How community is an important aspect ? How is it different and better than other alternatives ? If you would like any (or more) of these questions answered, then the upcoming GlassFish Day in Hyderabad, India will provide answers to all of them. This is our first such event in India and we are excited! There will be presentations and demos...
Are you a GlassFish community member ? Then consider putting one of the following buttons on your blog, website, attach as your email signature or anything you like. And if your website is powered by GlassFish, then add the following button: The complete collection of buttons, and the associated code, is available on GlassFish Buttons. Leave a comment on this blog if you do...