JavaServer Faces 1.2 includes support for Resource Injection and annotations such as @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy. Coming from action frameworks, these 'implicit' hooks make composite presentations a bit easier to pull together, even in the stateless HTTP GET case.
GlassFish V2 is a production-ready, open-source Java EE 5 application server currently in beta.
In this blog, Inderjeet indicates that he has left Sun and joined Google.
The DOJO Foundation updated the Bayeux Protocol Specifications (0.1Draft5). Time to read it and update gCometd!
If you are attending JavaOne you will have many chances to learn about jMaki and see the dream near of jMaki fruition. Here are some sessions and BOFs where you can learn more and meet those behind the project.
Read an eye-opener of an article on SDN.
Grizzly 1.0.15 is now available for download, containing Comet/Cometd new features and bug fixes.
Simple list of talks on Grizzly and its related projects for JavaOne 2007.
JavaOne is a nice conference...well, almost, because when you are a speaker, you need to act like a politician when presenting.
An excellent overview by Sun's Tom Mueller.
On Wednesday I presented a session on Scripting and the Java Platform at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.
Check out the upcoming session (April 30-May 4).
FISL and Tech Days are now behind....so let's move the Grizzly Comet back to the North!
If your application needs a "Hash Table" type of structure you have several options.
This blog present some of them, and discusses the pros and cons of each.
ApÃ³s diversas palestras em BrasÃlia, o GlassFish e seu amigo Grizzly estÃ£o indo para SÃ£o Paulo, para o Sun Tech Days.
My Brazilian adventures continue...
This week I'm in Porto Alegre, having fun at the 8th International Free Software Forum.
See a new article by Sun engineer Yamini Balasubramanyam.
Tamil Vergan's new article on SDN describes the process and showcases a nifty sample app developed with Ajax and mashup.
Courtesy of Joe Boulenouar, Java technical specialist at Sun.