Few days ago Tushar Joshi asked me how to use the Footprint
Library to publish certificates with Marathi
characters. This was a nice challenge since I had never realized Footprint
was released without support for TrueType Fonts, but everything worked and now the library supports unicode characters.
The major change was in the config file, where a new element arose:
CRUD (create-read-update-delete) is a repetitive code in
Java EE projects but it can be isolated in a unique class
through the usage of JPA annotations and Generics - a class I call CRUDEntityFacade.
This is not a new pattern and the goal of this blog entry is just to
prepare you to read my next entries about JAXB and JPA together. I am
doing really nice things with Jersey and Glassfish, and...
Hard financial times are also times for investments in our personal education in order to mitigate whatever situation the future bring to us. In this FUD scenario, nothing better than joining the most influent Java conference in the world: Java ONE 2009.
No much to explain about the well known Java One, except this year I expect a lot from the java EE 6, fancy JavaFX demos and a lot of OSGi and...
The world of computing is recognizing once more the power of the Java platform as the de facto standard in producing quality software for diverse devices - including web browsers accessing services available in the cloud computing.
After a growing number of articles discussing the problems of the so called lightweight technologies, it is time for Google to endorse the strengths of Java -...