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GlassFish

GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available! It contains a Java EE 5-based Web stack. A comprehensive tooling by NetBeans IDE allows to easily develop Web applications and deploy directly on GlassFish v Prelude. Rapid deployment feature of GlassFish allows to redeploy applications without losing session state. Using the deploy-on-save feature of NetBeans the complete development cycle is reduced to...
on Nov 10, 2008
I am pleased to announce a long awaited GlassFish gem ver 0.9.0, it is based on GlassFish v3 Prelude nucleus. This release of GlassFish gem has everything that GlassFish v3 Prelude has to offer plus some new features. See my post on JRuby on Rails support in GlassFish v3 Prelude. Installation jruby -S gem installglassfish Key features Based on GlassFish v3 Prelude nucleus GlassFish v3 Prelude...
on Nov 7, 2008
Now it is possible, with more ease than ever to write your own add-on and extend the functionality of GlassFish v3 Prelude application server. From scratch, GlassFish v3 is designed to be modular, this combined with HK2 component services and OSGi module system made extensibility more natural for Prelude version. For example, to extend the GlassFish server functionality by providing an add-on,...
on Nov 7, 2008
GlassFish v3 Prelude is now available. It allows Rails applications to be deployed natively using JRuby and without the need of any WAR packaging or Servlet container. An integrated NetBeans tooling provides a comprehensive development and deployment platform for all your Rails applications. And you can even purchase enterprise support as well! This screencast shows how you can create a...
on Nov 7, 2008
By now most of you might already know that  GlassFish v3 Prelude is  released! GlassFish v3 Prelude brings not only JavaEE support but also brings in support for Dynamic Languages based platforms, such as Rails, Grails and also tested to work for Scala/Lift, PHP (Quecus, Java-PHP bridge).  Read Jerome's post on GlassFish v3 key architectural points that enables pluggable...
on Nov 6, 2008
GlassFish v3 Prelude supports deployment of Rails applications and also other dynamic language based frameworks such as Grails, which is based on groovy language. The support for dynamic languages based frameworks on GlassFish v3 comes through it's modular and extensible architecture and support for pluggable Containers. Rails and Grails are just different Container which are also OSGi bundles...
on Nov 6, 2008
Bonjour, comment Java? It has been said that GlassFish V3 Prelude could run with Eclipse Equinox OSGi implementation, but I could not find any real article on the web on how to setup this configuration. GlassFish V3 Prelude is bundled with Apache Felix OSGi implementation and this is the supported OSGi platform.The GlassFish community has also the honor and privilege of working directly with...
on Nov 6, 2008
GlassFish v3 Prelude is out today, and as I do for every GlassFish release, here is a list of cool features the official documentation/marketing might not talk about. Comet support: GlassFish now officially support AjaxPush/Comet technique via Grizzly Comet. And we have official documentation about it! And demo! And tutorials in French, Japanese, English, Spanish. Cometd/Bayeux Protocol...
on Nov 6, 2008
GlassFish v3 Prelude is a modular and lightweight Web 2.0 development and deployment platform. It has been brewing for the past few months and is now finally available - download here! Read the official Press Release for more details. Use it for deploying your enterprise applications today and purchase production support for the GlassFish Enterprise Server v3 prelude. Simply unzip the bundle...
on Nov 6, 2008
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on Nov 5, 2008
This blog shows how to get started with Edge Rails (2.2, almost there) using JRuby. The blog uses JRuby 1.1.5 and GlassFish v3 Prelude b28c to deploy a simple Rails app. Download and unzip JRuby 1.1.5. JRuby 1.1.5 comes with "rake 0.8.3". However if you are using JRuby 1.1.4, then you need to update "rake" version to 0.8.3 as: ~/tools/jruby-1.1.4 >bin/jruby -S gem update rake JRuby...
on Nov 4, 2008
Sun Microsystems is a sponsor of Silicon Valley Code Camp, Nov 8-9, 2008. More than 1000 attendees have already registered and numbers are expected to bump up. There are three sessions by the GlassFish team: GlassFish: On a mission to please developers, Room 4211, Saturday, 1:45pm Metro: Hello World to .NET interoperable Web Services, Room 4211, Satrday, 3:45pm Rails powered...
on Nov 4, 2008
The monster is doing well those days and we often have community updates. No we aren't hibernating yet....follow us on Twitter! And visit us on users@grizzly.dev.java.net :-) _uacct = "UA-3111670-1"; urchinTracker(); technorati: grizzly glassfish comet embeddable
on Oct 31, 2008
Modular architecture GlassFish V3 uses a modular architecture to address the emerging requirements in the Application server’s market and container profiles concept of the Java EE 6. GlassFish uses OSGI for module management, and inside the OSGI modules it uses HK2 module system for configuration and service management. So far, Administration console, CLI, and application types...
on Oct 28, 2008
GMaps4JSF allows Google Maps to be easily integrated with any JSF application. This blog shows how to use this library with Mojarra - JSF implementation delivered from the GlassFish community. TOTD #50 explains how to create a simple JSF 2.0 application and deploy on GlassFish v3 prelude using Mojarra 2.0 EDR2. The application allows to create a database of cities/country that you like....
on Oct 24, 2008
This week I was in the Bay area to present at the California' Silicon Valley JUG. A significant set of peoples showed up to listen to the Canadian invasion (well one Canadian, one Quebecois ;-) ) Ted and I have presented an updated and improved version of our JavaOne 2008 at Google this week. For the first time I've talked about Atmosphere and was quite happy about the feedback I've got...quite...
on Oct 23, 2008
Yaaay, 50th tip!! The previous 49 tips are available here. Mojarra EDR2 is now available - download binary and/or source bundle! GlassFish v2 UR2 ships with Mojarra 1.2.0_04 and v3 prelude comes with 1.2.0_10. The Mojarra binaries in both v2 and v3 can be easily replaced by the new ones as described in Release Notes. Additionally, TOTD# 47 explains how to get started with Mojarra 2.0 on...
on Oct 23, 2008
Jim and I presented on "Using Comet to create a Two-Player Web Game" at Ajax World 2008 West yesterday. The talk explained the basic concepts of Comet, showed how a Tic Tac Toe game can be easily created using code walkthrough and then talked about future directions. The slides are available here and the code can be downloaded here. A similar sample that can be deployed on...
on Oct 21, 2008
CIO published an article highlighting 5 cheap (or free) software that can be afforded during financial crisis. Their recommendations are: Open Office ($0) instead of Microsoft Office ($110 for basic version) Mozilla Thunderbird ($0) instead of Microsoft Outlook (lots of security issues) GnuCash ($0) instead of Quicken ($30 for starter edition) Alfresco ($0) instead of Sharepoint ($5K for...
on Oct 20, 2008
This is a follow up to TOTD #48 which showed how to convert a JSF 1.2 application to use new features of JSF 2.0. In this blog, we'll talk about a new annotation added to the JSF 2.0 specification - @ManagedBean. @ManagedBean is a new annotation in the JSF 2.0 specification. The javadocs (bundled with the nightly) clearly defines the purpose of this annotation: The presence of this annotation...
on Oct 17, 2008