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Axiom XMLHttpRequest Project on java.net Axiom XMLHttpRequest is an Enterprise XML Web Framework enables XML Transformations in Java Server using Streaming API for XML (StAX) & Axis2 Databinding Framework(ADB). The Framework extends the client-side JavaScript DOM XMLHttpRequest with XMLHttpRequestSchema and high performance StAX XML Processing on server-side. Parsing XMLHttpRequest to org.apache.axis2.databinding.ADBBean and serialize org.apache.axis2.databinding.ADBBean to HttpServletResponse in ServletContainer while JavaScript Request processing is implemented. Based on supported SchemaCompiler Tool we generate ADBBean from XMLHttpRequestSchema. A Demo Web Application is included in the Framework - explains how to progress JavaScript-XMLHttpRequest in Java Server Page. The Axiom XMLHttpRequest Enterprise XML Web Framework can be easily deployed over axiom-xmlhttprequest.jar registration in Web-Inf/lib directory of the Web Application. The Axiom XMLHttpRequest runs on all Java Web Containers without any modification and requires additional libraries from Apache ADB Project axiom_libs.
In this article, based on chapter 3 of OCA Java SE 7 Programmer I Certification Guide, author Mala Gupta discusses default constructors.
August 18, 2012
A new vision on the Builder pattern in order to really improve the user experience during the creation of Objects.
The article on Singleton Design provides an analytical study from the various perspectives. In this article you will find the various approaches to create a singleton design and you will both the vulnerability and the robustness of the various approaches. This article provides you the best approach to follow.
Our series of posts about solving the OutOfMemoryError in our hypothetical production system is coming to a conclusion. We have covered a number of different ways to attack OutOfMemoryErrors so far - profilers, JDK bundled tools and heap dump analyzers. Our today’s mercenaries will be Application Performance Management tools, or APMs
Our series of posts about solving the OutOfMemoryError in our hypothetical production system is coming to a conclusion. We have covered a number of different ways to attack OutOfMemoryErrors so far - profilers, JDK bundled tools and heap dump analyzers. Our today’s mercenaries will be Application Performance Management tools, or APMs.