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Eric Spiegelberg looks at the history of the Java Portlet spec and argues that the design and philosophy of Java web applications has moved on and left portlets behind.
January 20, 2009
The Prosciutto Project is defined around an open source, data-driven mobile application engine implemented in J2ME. You could think of it as a rapid application development framework, or a distributable mobile application engine that aims to address the problem of device fragmentation. The idea behind it is that of the use of a very basic markup language in order to define UI objects and behavior. The string representation (i.e., markup lanaguage) will be interpreted by ZAMAE (ZA Mobile Application Engine) in order to produce a graphical, on screen representation ("appearance") of each object defined, and with a specific behavior for each object as well.
RI and TCK accompanying JSR 284. Go to http://java.net/downloads/jsr284-ri-tck/ to download the RI and the TCK.
Java User Group Graubünden - Switzerland
A next-generation portal framework
The ruhrjug is the Java User Group for Germany's Ruhr area. Meetings take a place in the Unperfekthaus in the city of Essen on a regular basis.
We are St. Louis' newest Java User Group dedicated to Java education, mentoring, and community outreach. Besides our monthly meetings, we frequently host evening classes on Java development topics.
United States National JUG
OrlandoJUG is the Orlando, FL Java User Group
GatorJUG is the Gainesville, FL Java User Group
RI and TCK for JSR 319 AvailabilityManagement for Java
The Gauteng chapter of the Java User Group in South Africa. This chapter has been active since around 2001. Our web site is http://www.jugsa.za.net/phpBB/ We have a JUGSA Yahoo group which we use extensively. Please register on the groups mailing list there. Make sure the mailing list forwards the messages to the correct e-mail address. Group address on Yahoo: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jugsa/
JUG of Paraguay is a virtual community formed by paraguayan developers who are interested in Java Technology and development tools, we focused on spanish content.
Jesse Farnham takes a look at JSR 310's concepts and how they may yet bring sense to dates and times in Java.
September 18, 2008
In this installment of The Open Road, Elliotte Rusty Harold looks at the annotations proposed by JSR 305 and how they'll make your code more amenable to static analysis, compiler checks, and other tools to improve safety and robustness.
September 11, 2008
Java User Group Mannheim, Germany
A next generation enterprise 2.0 portal framework
Java Users Group de Jujuy
Tulsa Java Developers Group
The New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) was formed in November 1998. It is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. They usually start at 6pm, at the Sun Microsystems Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
JSR 203, which may be part of Java 7, offers a totally overhauled approach to File I/O in Java. In this installment of "The Open Road," Elliotte Rusty Harold takes a look at the current spec.
July 3, 2008
Helping developers alagoanos in the Java language
Archive for OSS/J APIs sources
Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
Java User Group for those in the Kansas City metro area.
Simple Annotation-based validation
The ctjug was created by the Java development comunity in Cape Town. We meet once every second month for a presentation and a general get together. The meetings are an ideal place to meet other programmers and exchange ideas. There are no fees required to join the ctjug and all are welcome, no matter what your level of java is and none programmers are welcome too (management etc.).
JAIN SLEE (JSLEE) v1.1 Technology Compatibility Kit
In this entry of "The Open Road," Elliotte Rusty Harold takes a look at how JSR 294 ("superpackages"), intended to be part of Java SE 7, proposes to fix the problem of class and member visibility between packages that look like they should be related, but aren't.
March 6, 2008