This coming Thursday 'll be at GooglePlex (Mountain View) for an Eclipse Day...
NetBeans: the Java EE 6 IDE: NetBeans 6.8 Milestone 1 now offers Java EE 6 development environment with the GlassFish v3 b57 build.
To bypass the optimistic locking is a common mistake when we expose domain models through web-services. The well know and avoidable trap continue to catch the ones that insist in to persist without optimism.
In this short article, I will tell you how we found framework extension bundle a useful concept while developing GlassFish V3 to run on OSGi.
EclipseCon GlassFish v3, Java EE 6, Eclipse, GlassFish Tools Bundle for Eclipse slides posted...
GlassFish, Java EE 6, and Eclipse: what's cooking...
This post describes details of the STUN server in Project SailFin.
Project Mojarra releases its second revision of its JSF 2.0 PR implemenatation. Come check it out.
A very simple book borrowing application using Grails. Grails is so fun and fast!
Java EE 6 makes it pretty straightforward to crunch out a basic web + database application. This semester, my software engineering class is building web apps, and I decided it is simpler to have them use JSF + JPA in Glassfish v3 rather than some technology that seems easy at first and then lets them down. In this blog, I describe the recent simplifications, show how to set up Glassfish, give a sample app, and explain why we haven't quite reached Nirvana
In this blog, I go over a very simple JSF2+AJAX example and show how one can spy on the inner workings with the TCP monitor and debugger.
The Executive Committee for SE/EE has approved the Public Review Ballot for JSR #315.
There are several blogs that tell you how to do fancy things with the upcoming JSF 2 (such as the excellent blogs by Ryan Lubke and Jim Driscoll). In this blog, I look at the other side of the coin--how the simplest things are working out. After all, if Ruby on Rails has taught us anything, it is that a technology that makes the simple things simple has a great shot at getting developer mindshare.
In this blog I will describe how to add custom handlers to GlassFish v3 Prelude.
Logging in GlassFish V3 has undergone some changes to leverage the logging utility in JDK. This blogs reviews where we are with those changes in Prelude and how to use what is there.
It has been a while since I did any blog. So, I will start with letting you know what I have been up to and what's keeping me busy these days....
I have been working on making Rails and Grails support in GlassFish v3 Prelude, which is complete and soon we will have GlassFish v3 Prelude released. There were lots of bugs fixes and improvements made towards the JRuby and Rails support and also Groovy/Grails as well. It derserves a separate posting and I will have it available soon in a separate post.
The Mojarra Project is proud to announce the release of the JSF 2.0 EDR2 implementation.
Describes the features in Generic JMS RA 2.0
I am one of the people selected for FishCAT, so let me know what some of the bugs are you think are irritating ;)