Johan Vos shows us how to integrate WebSockets into your applications, with one of Java EE 7’s newest JSRs
Is OASIS’s seal of approval exactly what the Internet of Things needs to meet its lofty goals?
The latest version of VMware’s AMQP project goes all out for WebSockets
The latest version of the enduringly popular server has seen its guts re-architectured to expand its protocol support beyond HTTP.
In this talk at JAXconf 2012, Lincoln Baxter III, Senior Software Engineer at the legendary Red Hat, talks about URL shortening and re-writing and how it can affect the productivity, usability, and security of your applications. Java EE is already the perfect solution for complex business/enterprise systems and provides all the tools and foundations required to deliver scalable, performant applications for a wide variety of customers and clients. But how does the end user experience stack up? How easy is it to navigate through your Website? Is your code full of nasty navigation logic? Are your links clear, transparent, and informative? Do you find yourself adding ‘?query=parameters’ in order to serve dynamic content from your application? Can you ensure that you are no
Spring’s modern database plans are all coming together – we take an in-depth look into the project itself.
The latest release for Apache’s J2EE server brings it right up to date with full Java EE 6 compliance achieved
Dart’s server-side ambitions were given a big boost over the weekend with the release of mod_dart, a module that embeds the Dart VM directly into Apache
Pete Muir and Mark Struberg offer us an introduction to CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE, delving into the history of the two year project and its implementations
Apache Wicket guru Jeremy Thomerson takes us on a tour of component-oriented Java UI web framework and when best to use it.
The ‘deeply scalable’ document-graph database has long been lurking around, but after length delays finally
The open source server places its chips on Google’s ‘Speedy’ protocol and proclaims a revolution.
The first release of the 2.4.x series sees a raft of improvements for the HTTP server