Yay, another video blog post! Since the last one on managing campaigns with a new Magnolia app was so well liked by the audience, I figured I'd give it another try - this time, on a completely different topic, though.
Although a converter is considered an attached object (part of the view state) commonly people ask support for CDI injection into a converter. Since we did not want to upset the original contract of what a converter is we had to look at how we can best support the requested use case.
Over the past years I have been working on a Java project that uses a native library written in C by a third party to process data. Recently the data format was changed and a new version of the native library was made available.
SQL will become one of the most prolific use cases in the Hadoop ecosystem, according to Forrester Research. Apache Drill is an open source SQL query engine for big data exploration. REST services and clients have emerged as popular technologies on the Internet. Apache HBase is a hugely popular Hadoop NoSQL database.
I had the pleasure to review JavaServer Faces: Introduction by Example by Josh Juneau which has been published by Apress in December 2014.
Redis is good for prototyping, shared memory, messaging, caching and maximum performance. It might be used orthogonally and/or complementary to your SQL relational store, and/or NoSQL document store. For example, Redis might be used to cache dimensional aggregates of relational data for analytical purposes.
It seems that campaign management is my readers’ Achilles’ heel. I got a truly overwhelming number of requests and comments from many of you in private. This leads me to speculate that you struggle with managing campaigns efficiently - so I took your most requested changes to heart and revisited the app to deliver them to you.
#1 Add multiple items to a campaign at once