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<Versão em portugues aqui> I think JSF ia a great technology for web development, and it gets better if you mix it with the SPring Framework, but I also think it has the same problem that Java EE 1.4 has, you have to configure every thing before you can do any think ... and it is a lot of configuration. I do not think that configuration is a bad thing, I think that you must be able to...
on Dec 14, 2006
The joy of open source! Last week I got an email from Jonas Jacobi and John Fallows about their upcoming talk at Javapolis. Wow! Combining Faces, Dojo, Bayeux, Comet, and Grizzly ARP is very impressive! I would have liked to be there :-)!! Congratulation to Jonas and John for their talk (I've spy there :-))! And today Grizzly is also part JRuby on Rails buzz....welcome to GrizzlyPolis!!...
on Dec 13, 2006
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on Dec 12, 2006
This presentation was created and presented today at Javapolis. This document also contains many basic examples and some tidbits of history, mindset and motivation for jMaki. If you want to learn more about the details of jMaki from a single document or spread the word of jMaki to your peers feel free to use the slides. Download "Java and Web 2.0 using jMaki"(PDF) (Open Document Format) (...
on Dec 12, 2006
Do you know that the Sun Java Enterprise System installer supports seven languages (Spanish, German, French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese)? You can configure Sun Java System Portal Server, which is part of Sun Java Enterprise System, to display UI wording (time, date, messages) in whatever language you choose—even if it's not on that list.The procedure in...
on Dec 12, 2006
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on Dec 11, 2006
I'm at The Spring Experience 2006 in Hollywood, Florida (between Miami and Fort Lauderdale) where I've been invited to speak. The conference hotel is very striking because it is on the seafront. In between sessions you can step out onto a balcony that looks out on to the Atlantic Ocean. Not many conferences can boast that. I'm basically an interloper here, because I don...
on Dec 8, 2006
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on Dec 8, 2006
StateSaving in JSF is the uncle no one wants to talk about. You get a lot of things for 'free' with JSF, but for the most part, these features end up adversely affecting the state size of the view. JSF has two options for StateSaving: client and server (actually pluggable for anything you want). The basic rule of thumb is if you want to save memory, you go with client state saving-- pushing...
on Dec 8, 2006
In this entry, I show how I added Dynamic Faces support to the Dojo Inline Editor widget in jMaki. Background and History If you've read my blog before, you know that I think JSF is a good fit for handling the motherhood and apple pie requirements of web applications. What you may not know is that jMaki intentionally leaves the work of satisfying these requirements as an exercise for the...
on Dec 7, 2006
jMaki helps you create JavaScript centric applications by providing all the pieces you need to tie together your applications. jMaki provides also provides a large set of sample JavaScript wrappers for common services and toolkits including Dojo, Flickr, Google, Mochikit, Spry, and Yahoo. Here is what jMaki provides: JavaScript Runtime and Services - The and services provides the bare-bones...
on Dec 6, 2006
Facelets 1.1.12 was just uploaded to Java.net and includes many small bug fixes for JSF 1.1 (MyFaces 1.1.4) and JSF 1.2 (RI 1.2_03b5). Download Here This release is considered 'draft' until users call it stable for production use. More information is found over at Facelets' web site. Please give it a whirl and post any issues to the tracker or dev/user lists so we can push for another stable...
on Dec 1, 2006
One oft cited complaint about Java Web Applications is the slow and laborious deployment step. This step seriously undermines the ability to get into a flow state and is generally a major buzz kill. The absense of a deployment step is one reason why people like Ruby on Rails so much. JSF-Extensions Design Time brings good news for flow-impaired Java Web...
on Dec 1, 2006
My esteemed colleagues Mark Basler and Rick Palkovic have published an outstanding series of four articles on how to implement Ajax in existing applications through an example derived from the Duke's Bookstore: Hands-On Java EE 5 You're shown how to create an Ajax-enabled application as follows: With JavaScript, CSS files, and a Java servlet With the Dojo Toolkit With a custom JavaServer Faces (...
on Nov 29, 2006
I am proud to announce that jMaki now has a server runtime that fully supports jMaki for PHP 5. This is in addition to JSP, JSF, and Phobos. What does this mean for Java developers? You now have the choice to script the front ends of your web applications on standard PHP. Your back end services can remain in Java which is well equipped for handling your transaction processing, messaging, and...
on Nov 29, 2006
Grizzly is now a top level project on java.net. Over the next couple of weeks, the development will be moved from the GlassFish workspace and all the current dependencies resolved. If you are interested to contribute to the project, just drop us an email at dev@grizzly.dev.java.net. The project is just starting so this is a good opportunity to contribute right from the beginning! Contribution,...
on Nov 24, 2006
At Indian Institute of Science, a prestigious educational institution in Bangalore, year 2006 edition of the http://foss.in will be held. GlassFish will have significant presence this time (November 24, 25 and 26) also. Prasad is giving a talk on Project GlassFish, its current status, roadmap, new features, cool things etc. This will happen on Saturday, November 25. The Sun booth will...
on Nov 21, 2006
Wow, today TAKAI Natao blogged about How to deploy JRuby on Rails app to GlassFish. Making JRuby on Rails application to run in GlassFish is very good, but making it working by extending Grizzly is fantastic! I'm not an expert at all with JRuby, but it seems this integration looks very promising. Read Charles Nutter's blog about why. Technically, it required only two classes to makes that...
on Nov 17, 2006
Updated 11/17/2006 with JEXL and upgraded MVEL and added Serialized size I decided to test the following EL libraries available today: Commons EL (http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/el/)Implementation of the JSP EL API that's existed forever. This library can be found in many JSP containers (Tomcat for example) or used as a foundation for within many vendor's J2EE servers. OGNL (http://www.ognl...
on Nov 16, 2006
In the Phobos CVS repository you'll now find an implementation of the Atom Publishing Protocol v9. The application name is atomserver. Since we started this work, the APP specification moved up to version 11, so we have some catching up to do, but I thought I'd discuss some interesting aspects of the implementation anyway. First, it uses some new REST libraries we've been developing. Phobos is...
on Nov 14, 2006