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Oracle Release Java ME Embedded Client

Jessica Thornsby

PLUS, MyFaces Core 2.1.0, Akka 1.1.2 and Turmeric SOA 1.0.0 released.

First Release of Java ME Embedded Client

Oracle have released the first version of Oracle Java ME Embedded
, a new binary Java runtime and emulation environment
that builds on Oracle’s Connected Device Configuration stack. The
stack provides a Java Virtual Machine with capabilities for
networking and graphics support. It implements CDC, FP, PBP, RMI,
JDBC, and Web Services, and supports numerous runtime features,
optimisations, and tuning and deployment options. For more
information, please see the system requirements and FAQ page. The binaries
can be downloaded from the Oracle website.

MyFaces Core 2.1.0 Allows ELResolvers

2.1.0 has been released. In this version, ELResolvers
filtering is allowed, and buffering the output with
server-side-state-saving is no longer required. There is also a
list of bug fixes. More information is available at the Release Notes.

Akka 1.1.2 Upgrades to Scala 2.9.0-1

Hot on the heels of Akka 1.1, Akka 1.1.2 has been released. The only change
from version 1.1, is an upgrade to Scala 2.9.0-1. Akka 1.1 reduced
the dependencies for the akka modules, and akka-actor now has zero
external dependencies. The Futures in Akka were made fully Monadic,
and can now be executed natively on all the Dispatchers. Akka 1.1
is also included in the current release of the Typesafe Stack.

Jersey 1.7 Adds OAuth Support

The Jersey team have released version 1.7, adding support for 2-legged OAuth
and Apache HTTP Client 4.1.1 integration. The team have also worked
on simplifying the Guice scopes visitor and upgraded the guice
dependency for jersey-guice to version 3.0. There is also a list of
bug fixes, listed at the Release Notes.

Jersey is an open source reference implementation of JAX-RS.

Turmeric SOA 1.0.0 Released

Turmeric SOA 1.0.0 has been announced, with
support for configuring web services to use RESTFul URLs. The
browser-based Policy Administration tool, originally released as an
alpha release in Turmeric 1.0.0 Beta RC1, now features an updated
user interface and functionality for importing and exporting
policies. Monitoring Console now displays metrics using a variety
of graphs:

Data is now aggregated every minute for Monitoring Console, and
no longer requires a userid and password to be used. More
information is available at the Release Notes.

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