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J2EE

GlassFish v3 comes bundled with Metro - a secure, reliable, transactional, and .NET interoperable Web services stack. Metro is compliant with JAX-WS and provides additional quality of service attributes that can be easily enabled using NetBeans IDE. This blog contains a screencast that shows how to create a simple Web service using NetBeans 6.8, implement the business logic by accessing a...
on Feb 2, 2010
Composite components are a great feature of JSF 2.0. The canonical example is a login component with fields for the username and password: <mylib:login name="#{user.name}"      password="#{user.password}"      loginAction="#{user.login}"/> This has been well explained elsewhere....
on Jan 30, 2010
Converged (Http/SIP) applications gives users the flexibility of creating or accessing information about their communications (call/conferences/im ...) over the web. To make this possible a typical converged application would contain an entry point for all the Http requests, which is mostly an Http Servlet. This servlet would return back appropriate responses by accessing the corresponding...
on Jan 25, 2010
According to the PrimeFaces website, "PrimeFaces is an open source component suite for Java Server Faces featuring 70+ Ajax powered rich set of JSF components. Additional TouchFaces module features a UI kit for developing mobile web applications.". Since it is an OpenSource JSF implementation that is very close to releasing JSF 2.0 compliant components, I figured it was time to try it...
on Jan 7, 2010

Security

I received an email from core Mojarra team member Jim Driscoll, who was inexplicably laid off from Sun after its recent acquisition by Oracle, about a talk at next week’s BlackHat Conference in Arlington, VA, U.S.A.. Jim pointed out that two security luminaries from the elite SpiderLabs team from Trustwave are giving a talk at BlackHat about view state security, specifically focusing on...
on Jan 31, 2010

Community

So finally, after endless nights, my new web site Head Crashing Informatics is finished. Learned a lot on XHTML and CSS by coding it completely by hand (yes, really, did not use any design tool, as I love to code and always want to see what's going on behind the scenes). In the future you'll find my latest stuff there, research results, code snippets, background information on my projects, and...
on Jan 29, 2010
I love owls; they are so elegant and have a strong personality (too bad in so many years I've been unable to take photos at any of them!). Unfortunately in my culture (and probably many others) they have also got a bad reputation, as they were considered messengers of bad fortune. It's for this reason that in italian a "gufo" is also a person who, for innate attitude or purportedly,...
on Jan 28, 2010
Is Go a Java replacement?  Of course not, but I do wonder what Google's up to: http://thoughtfulprogrammer.blogspot.com/2010/01/why-go-googles-very-on-programming.html  
on Jan 25, 2010
THIS IS HOUSTON.... The Silicon Valley JavaFX JUG met for its 2nd meeting on Jan 13th, 2010. SVJAVAFXJUG once again had another rock star speaker in Amy Fowler. Amy Fowler is a Senior Staff Engineer at Sun Microsystems, and is one of the founding members of the Java Swing GUI Toolkit. . Over 70 people attended this meeting at Sun's Santa Clara Auditorium. Plus, 40 folks were watching remotely via...
on Jan 17, 2010
I had the opportunity to attend the Community Leadership Summit (CLS) West Event (wiki, attendee photo gallery, eventbrite registration site, CLS session notes page, etc) this last weekend (Jan 9th, 2010) at the Devry campus in Daly City. It was an unconference event.  Lots of Community Leaders from different Tech Companies were there which was...
on Jan 11, 2010
My first speech of the year will be at the JavaDay 2010 in Rome - officially a JUG event, practically a mini-conference (with more than one thousand attendees). It's free, so save the date. My speech will be about best design practices for component oriented platforms - of course, such as the NetBeans Platform, but it's a design talk, so most concepts can be applied in different contexts as...
on Jan 11, 2010

Web Applications

Yet another week of development is nearly over (at least for me). What was this week all about? Apart from the really low temperatures outside (on Tuesday it was -24C at 4am), I focused mainly on extending the multi-site support in Magnolia. This feature exists for years already. But what it really means in context of Magnolia? In general you can setup the server to run mulptiple domains and you...
on Jan 28, 2010
There’s this guy, Peter Thomas , and he has this blog entry called “jsf sucks”. I don’t want to increase his page rank so I’m not linking to it here. However, it’s certainly a popular page since it’s the top link for “jsf sucks” on google, bing, and Yahoo!. I have read the entire blog entry, all of the entries linked from it, most of the...
on Jan 22, 2010
Back in November, Sebastian Hennebrueder published a detailed, thoughtful, and mostly objective analysis of JSF2. I'd like to use this entry to respond to his entry, which may be found at http://www.laliluna.de/jsf-2-evaluation-test.html. I have excerpted the parts of his article that pertain to my comments here. JSF 2 - evaluation and test    Introduction JSF is a standard to...
on Jan 21, 2010

GUI

In my famous company innoQ I currently have the opportunity to work on a real cool tool: Bundle-Bee. It claims to be able to take any OSGi bundle and distribute the computational load to an ad-hoc grid (e.g. all machines in an office) without special setup or configuration. We just released version 0.5.3 which is still very restricted and far from feature complete - we don't even...
on Jan 28, 2010
Pivot has graduated to a top-level Apache Project! The official press release went out this morning: The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Pivot as Top-Level Project To coincide with the graduation, Pivot 1.4 was released a couple of weeks ago, and this morning we launched the new project site at http://pivot.apache.org! We are very proud to be joining one of the most well-respected...
on Jan 19, 2010

Tools

I've finally managed to produce the Windows installer for Hudson, as originally raised by Håkan Reis. Please try it out and let me know how it works. This one took much longer than the installer for any other platforms, and while I normally think of Microsoft technologies very highly, Windows installers and WiX are a real disappointment. For example, you write the description of the...
on Jan 26, 2010
Given that Maven is much more complex than Ant, and it dinamically resolves dependencies, people are right to be concerned with having deterministic builds. But the vast majority of problems are solved by just three good practices: version everything, including all Maven plugins run once in a while mvn dependency:go-offline, that will download all the required stuff routinely use mvn -o (offline...
on Jan 7, 2010

Extreme Programming

 Everyone is talking about team work - but what exactly does it entail? Strictly speaking, the word denotes classical work division in which every team member is responsible for a clearly defined section of the entire production process.   We at Micromata have a different view on team work: we want every team member to understand and be interested in their colleagues' areas of...
on Jan 23, 2010

Education

Hello All, Now SCJP certification become one of the most important sun certifications for java and it's simple to take it ,coz SUN will consider you as a Java programmer .There are many JProgrammers didn't take this certification although they are very well ,but taking this certification become more important than before specially to raise your rank as a programmer and...
on Jan 17, 2010