My notes from Friday at OSCON 2012 in Portland, Oregon.
My notes from Thursday at OSCON 2012 in Portland, Oregon.
My notes from Wednesday at OSCON 2012 in Portland, Oregon.
Notes from my OSCON 2012 Tuesday in Portland, Oregon
My notes from OSCON 2012 Monday tutorials.
The shift of focus will have a profound and enduring effect on the way we write programs.
Ward Cunningham and Ralph Johnson
JSR 339 : VIDEO PRESENTATION
Early Draft Review 3
JAX-RS 2.0 Early Draft Explained - Java EE 7 Making Progress
Jersey 2 in GlassFish 4 - First Java EE 7 Implementation Now Integrated
We build too many walls and not enough bridges.
In my previous blog post, I have asked to many of you this question: "What JSF should become?". And since then, I was quite silent. The reason behind it, is that I was working to build a concrete implementation of this vision and today I'm glad to give you a concrete demonstration of it. So Ladies and Gentlemen, why...
I always forget some additional options needed to get jvm verbose output when starting GlassFish using regular start-domain command, so I thought of writing them down here...
In the first blog entry of this series, we showed how to configure a message body reader (MBR) on an instance of Client. This blog entry will focus specifically on the topic of configuration in the JAX-RS 2.0 Client API.
JCertif 2012 Call for Papers Now Open -- http://www.jcertif.com!
We invite you to share your Java experiences with the industry and community by submitting a proposal for this far from the « classic » event !
JCertif is a mix of technical session, training, life experience and a bit of an adventure !
The next edition of JCertif will take place on September 03th-09th in Brazzaville, Congo.
Hello there! I'm Alessandro Gentile and this is my brand new blog on java.net.
I must say, I'm honored to be part of this community. Two months ago I joined the GlassFish project and I began to write tutorials. There are several reasons for my choice and among them there's the love for open source software and java EE.
Markus Eisele in his blog two weeks ago wrote an article that I found truly...
The following blog shows an example of Server Sent Events in HTML5. It demonstrates using a sample where a server periodically polls for Twitter information and sends the data to the clients using Server Sent Events
Server-Sent Events (SSE) support in GlassFish
This blogs lists the tips, tricks and solutions to most commonly faced issues while using Embedded GlassFish.
This blog describes how to configure maven-embedded-glasssfish-plugin to be able to deploy more than one application.
The Memcached is the bestknown in-memory key-value store(cache). For using Memcached, you need clients and many clients already exist. You can also find Memcached clients based on Java.
Though there are already good Memcached clients which have optimized Memcached operations a long time, I would like to introduce GrizzlyMemcached based on Grizzly framework which is very scalable and gives high performance.
This page is for introducing Grizzly-Thrift server/client modules and sharing various benchmarking results.
Object serialization/deserialization of Java comes expensive. For improving this lack, we sometimes used to use other frameworks for RPC such as Protobuf and Thrift which support various programming languages, RPC and own data structures.
Especilally, Thrift has already provided various...
Web Development Tools
The second edition of Java Magazine (November/December) will go out in few days. In the Part 2 of the my article, you will see in detail how to use JSON to handle the response returned to the HTML5 client.
The first Part 1 of my article published in the first edition of Java Magazine (available here ) has shown how you can create and deploy quickly a Java EE application that uses RESTful Web services with NetBeans.
This is the second blog entry on series of blogs about JAX-RS 2.0 Early Draft. Today I'd like to discuss the Generic Interface for building and submitting requests in the Client API. See last week's blog for an introduction to the Client API.