Interrupting our normal broadcast
The Java industry’s great and good will assemble in Santa Clara in just nine days - and it’ll cost you nothing to join them!
The Cascading company reveal their plans following March’s $4m investment and unsurprisingly, it centres around the application framework.
Adam Bien introduces us to one of the key features of Java EE 7, used for leaner Java RESTful applications.
Embracing the new guard
New modernising features for the enterprise framework arrive in Milestone 1.
Johan Vos shows us how to integrate WebSockets into your applications, with one of Java EE 7's newest JSRs
Developing mobile UIs is a tricky business, especially with the market changing by the minute. ICEsoft chief software architect Ted Goddard explains how to get the most out of…
Versioning by numbers
Finally Oracle have bowed to growing pressure and come up with a quick-fix to the security problems besieging Java.
On cloud nine
Available as a PDF, on iPad and on Android, the latest edition of our free JAX Magazine is now ready to download!
It’s all about timing
New JVM framework is designed for event and data-driven applications - but is it too late to compete with Atmosphere and Vert.x?
Take a look inside the toolbox
Ten minute tutorial
Javin Paul explains the usefulness of the Java special implementation, as well as examples and usecases
Lighting the fuse
Torsten Mielke introduces some powerful OSGi and ESB concepts through the former FuseSource, now Red Hat led project
No room here
With SpringSource and Cloud Foundry technologies finding a new home at Pivotal, Wavemaker is shown the door.
In the nick of time
Delay allows Chief Architect to squeeze in additional features - one of which may get Java into the iOS App Store.
From February's JAX Magazine, Sergey Beryozkin explores the use of Feed Item Query Language within the popular Java framework.