Java Web Services and XML
Eduardo, Kohsuke and me are going to present a BOF on Web Services stack from java.net during the upcoming JavaOne conference. See more details.
Sun announced it Service Registry. This is based on the freebXML Registry project and will be in the forthcoming JWSDP 1.6.
Our group just received a summer intern slot in the area of WS and RSS.
WS-I is meeting this week in Amsterdam for the summer plenary meeting.
JAXP 1.4 is the version of JAXP for Mustang. The CVS repository for JAXP 1.4 is now at Java.Net and it includes a high performance implementation of StAX
Applets are old and AJAX is new, this blog is long, but there's a link
to really cool applet at the end.
Firefox's Greasemonkey extension is another piece of web technology that changes the game... are there any analogs for Java desktop applications?
The SunLabs MVM project is now available on java.net. Grzegorz Czajkowski blogged about it and I thought it might be worth talking about this cool technology from the perspective of desktop applications.
After a *long* time rotting on the W3C website, SVG is finally getting some uptake... and Java is well-position to take advantage of the fun.
Find out what security and networking enhancements are coming in Java Web Start and Java Plug-in in Mustang (JavaSE 6)!
Daniel is happy that Apple is moving to Intel. But he is not sure the nay-sayers are barking up the right tree. Daniel looks at his girlfriend, her mom, and his own Apple computers for the impact of switching to Intel. Is there Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt? You can only answer these burning issues in your mind if you read what Daniel has to say.
This week the JXTA community executed an impressive triple-play releasing simultaneously, for the first time in the project history, 3 implementations of the JXTA P2P protocols: JXTA-J2SE 2.3.4, JXTA-J2ME 2.0, and JXTA-C/C++ 2.1.1. These 3 implementations are fully compliant and interoperable. Sun also announced this week that Boeing, the lead systems integrator for the U.S. Army's multi-billion dollar Future Combat Systems (FCS) project, has selected the JXTA technology to provide the P2P discovery service for the FCS global network infrastructure.
Have you wondered whether it is possible to create a distributed Map, or a Collection over JXTA?
We're increasingly seeing frameworks co-exist in an application that in turn rely on different versions of the same libraries. And the solution is?
This article by D J Walker-Morgan covers how to use JConsole to see VM information, and especially how to write an MBean and attach JConsole to check it out.
Sun has recently submitted the Java Module System JSR to revise the Java packaging architecture, and I am very exciting to announce that the JCP has begun voting on this JSR!
We've posted a detailed set of guidelines for using the JMX API, the result of several years' experience with it. Feedback is welcome!
The Jackpot project will be described and demoed at JavaOne, including how it will be added to NetBeans.
Tired of waiting for NetBeans to scan your project's classpath? Check out this tip on how to push that process into the background. Plus, the latest news on what's happening at NetBeans Software Day.
Here's a little trick I've found useful for browsing the contents of my JAXB model, though it works just as well with any java beans. It's a GUI for testing JXPath expressions on a given Object.