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.
The hottest debate in the Java world has been brewing between JavaEE and Spring. Lukas Eder gives his two cents towards the dispute and calls for a new contender in this “hilarious” squabble.
The ninth major release of the Java EE server WildFly is nearing completion. Highlights include intelligent load balancing, HTTP2 and SPDY support and a new offline CLI mode.
From the pitfalls of transaction handling to the top 100 GitHub libraries, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
There are a lot of ways to be inefficient writing Java EE applications. But there’s three ways to enhance your JPA productivity, each of which Matti Tahvonen lays out in this three-part series, starting with Spring Data.
As the main topics of the CDI 2.0 specification slowly begin to emerge, it’s time to take a look at what is planned in the next major update to Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE.
Work on Java EE 8 is happening as we speak, so we thought we’d take you through the features we’re most excited about. Read on to see what this newest version of the Java platform has in store.
The developer tools JBoss and Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio have appeared in version 4.2. Both require the latest version of Eclipse Luna or 4.4.
Following demands from the community, Java EE 8 is getting a brand new standard MVC framework. Should you care?