Each Monday we take a step back and analyze what has happened in the previous week. Last week we met two high-profile Java EE Guardians, we witnessed the marriage between Kotlin and Gradle and we learned why the Bitcoin price continues to fluctuate.
Where does the future of Java EE lie? After Oracle reduced its activities concerning Java Enterprise 8, community members created a group called „Java EE Guardians“. What goals do these Guardians have? And where does Java EE 8 stand and what’s next?
Do you actually want to read an article about a Java EE application server? If you agree that the Java EE Stack is still a pillar of modern IT and think that application servers should be reliable, standards-compliant, but also innovative and cool, then Java/Java EE veteran IBM has something to offer — which may come as a surprise to some. This article provides an overview of IBM Liberty, what makes the application server special and why you should work with it.
GlassFish development continues, with the WebSocket component getting an update this week. But is it swimming or sinking?
David Blevins says his companys mission is to support creation of amazing open source software.
David Blevins says his company
Finally a cloud platform home for the Java EE 6 Web Profile certified project. Jelastic swoop in to help.
From November’s JAX Magazine, we sat down with TomEE’s David Blevins to discuss the project that takes Tomcat one step further for this generation’s applications.
With LiveRebel 2.0 appearing recently, we wanted to talk to one of the key men behind it. We talk to ZeroTurnaround’s leader about the latest version and general Java goodness.
PLUS, Spring Mobile 1.0.0 M3 and SpringGemFire 1.0 Goes GA.
Apache PhotArk will be a complete open source photo gallery application.
The OpenXava AJAX JavaEE/J2EE framework reaches version 4m5, and gains functionality for viewing the detail and list simultaneously.
Content repository fleXive 3.1.4 released.