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Francesco Azzola

Francesco Azzola is an electronic engineer, having achieved his degree at the University of Perugia (Italy). He
has more than ten years' experience in architecting and developing J2EE applications. He worked in the telecom area for several
years architecting VAS service with J2EE tecnology. Lately he is working for a company that provides software solutions for public administration.
He is a Sun Certified Java Programmer, Sun Certified Web Developer and Sun Certified Enterprise Architect.
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This article shows how a JavaFX client can call remote JavaEE services using the Spring framework and the Hessian protocol. The article walks the user through developing an example client-server program.
Much of the interest in JavaFX has centered about the platform's GUI capabilities and tooling. But many JavaFX applications will need to be network clients, and JavaFX provides classes to help you with common network tasks. In this article, Francesco Azzola shows how to retrieve XML data via HTTP...
Java Business Integration (JBI) offers a programming model build on assembling a group of components that can be plugged in to a collaborative system. In this article, Francesco Azzola demonstrates basic JBI development and deployment by creating an app that receives requests and sends SMS...