Its our opinion that Testing is Development; were not doing our job as programmers if we cannot ensure that our code is working as advertised. To that end, CDI has been a tremendous step forward for Java EE as a simplified POJO-based component model. Of course, CDI beans become such only within the context of a CDI Container, and that infers both starting a server and deploying into it. Until now, that work has been the responsibility of the developer; with the introduction of the Arquillian testing framework, these concerns can safely be put aside.
Fast, fast, fast. Blazing fast. No doubt, that’s the main reason to love JBoss AS 7 but Dan Allen explores six more reasons why you should get behind JBoss Application Server 7
The cutting edge JBoss testing platform gets its final release, signalling its intentions for the future.
More work has been done towards the reference implementation for JAX-RS 2.0, so we may be close to a fully equipped Java API for RESTful HTTP services
The last release for JBoss’s CDI reference implementation before focusing entirely on 2.0
The latest version of JRebel is here, with the link-up with web framework Vaadin getting top billing
Oracle’s open source server gets a new shine to it with 500 bugs eliminated and a few new features to boot
Just a good dose of spring cleaning from the Hudson team, after last month’s mammoth launch.
Codenamed ‘Thunder’, this JBoss server is looking to shake things up a bit with the biggest release in the community’s history
JSR 356 just about made the cut for Java EE 7 specifications, bringing a Java API for WebSocket. More details within.
The object/relation mapping JSR is shaping up nicely after one year on from the request being made
Large Eclipse ecosystem mainly reason for community drive
PLUS, Java comes to OS X Lion.
Java EE 6: What’s been added?