Rising from the embers of the Social Media API, the open source framework Agorava is hoping to inject some life into Java and archaic social media connections
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
JSR 357 – Social Media API proposed by Werner Keil isn’t approved by JCP after raising concerns over scope of project. Java isn’t jumping on a standardised social media bandwagon yet.
Majority of executive committee vote in favour, but have underlying concerns over the WebSocket API for Java
Project Jigsaw outlines plans for standardised module system for Java SE and as part of the JDK
Shane tells us more about the JBoss Seam, Apache MyFaces and CDISource teams joining forces, with aspirations of setting the standard for a set of CDI extensions
After the Isis project entered the Apache Incubator last week, JAXenter asked initial committer Dan Haywood, about the new project…..
A new Grails plugin for integrating Groovy++ has been released, and updates for the Google Apps Script editor.
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Second incubating release for the Apache OpenWebBeans project and Apache PDFBox 1.2.1
The Apache Harmony team have announced two new releases: 5.0 Milestone 14 and 6.0 Milestone 2. Apache Harmony is a […]
The Apache Harmony team have released their thirteenth milestone, version 5.0 M13.
As those hooked into the Twittersphere might already be aware, this week has seen some debate about the effect open sourcing the Java platform has had on the number of Java developers which inevitably leads to the question ‘just how many Java developers are there?’
Build b18 of OpenJDK 6 is now available for download. The OpenJDK 6 aims to provide an open source implementation […]