The great Java EE migration is hitting its stride as various bits and bobs begin the shuffle from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation. Since there’s so much happening right now, we’re checking in to see how things are going on and what’s next for EE4J, including a quick look at Grizzly NIO.
The merry migration from Java EE into the Eclipse Foundation continues with the announcement of nine new project proposals for the still-unnamed collaboration.
The news out of JavaOne this year has been fairly big: Java EE is moving to the Eclipse Foundation. If you weren’t there, David Heffelfinger reports on what went down at JavaOne and how everyone took this monumental news.
#AboutLastWeek: First-hand lessons from Netflix, Oracle takes the floor and Bitcoin halving takes charge
Each Monday we take a step back and analyze what has happened in the previous week. Last week we witnessed the Bitcoin halving, we received first-hand lessons from Mike McGarr, manager of Netflix Developer Productivity, about the unicorn company’s culture and we invited the MicroProfile creators to explain the perks of this initiative.
Do you need more performance from your Java EE applications? Is latency causing you stress? If so, take a look at JCache, the Java caching API. We talked to JAX 2016 speaker Steve Millidge, the Founder and Director of Payara and C2B2 Consulting, about how to use CDI annotations in your Java EE applications, when to use which annotations, and what is automagically happening under the covers.
AngularBeans is a fresh, new approach integrating AngularJS with a JavaEE backend and has stirred some attraction in the JavaEE world recently.
Version 1.0 of OSGi enRoute framework was launched in September 2015. enRoute inventor and OSGi mastermind Peter Kriens explains the project in a two-part article.
After much anticipation, WildFly 10 is now available for download. It features plenty of new capabilities and improvements.
When it was released last October, Weblogic 12.1.3 had already begun supporting some of the key Java EE 7 APIs. Now advocate Reza Rahman has announced that version 12.2.1 of the Oracle application server is fully certified for Java EE 7.
In the first half of his look at the Caching API, Anatole Tresch explains how to access a cache as well as cache events. While the API might be classified as simple and easy to use, there are some elements that could confuse users or even lead to possible issues.
Oracle is no longer interested in Java, according to an anonymous top-level Java source at Oracle. As rumours of Oracle’s neglect pile up, it looks more and more like IT’s most popular programming language is becoming a driverless train.
Here we look at how to use the Java EE upgrade ADF to build a system of pop-ups that dynamically reacts according to the user’s interaction.
The official release of Java EE 8 has been postponed after the team formally launched it in September 2014. Now, almost one year after the formal announcement, another round of formalities and demands sees a 2017 release schedule.