Liferay get full ownership of PortletFaces open source projects such as PortletFaces Bridge, AlloyFaces and of course Liferay Faces’
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
Java Language Specification and the JVM Specification now available to peruse at your leisure
JSR 356 just about made the cut for Java EE 7 specifications, bringing a Java API for WebSocket. More details within.
Members of the Executive Committee still haven’t been attending the JSR meetings, this means they lose the right to vote and a revoke of membership could occur.
Many enterprises are caught up in the CloudBees buzz, as they release details of their bumper year in 2011. What does 2012 hold for CloudBees?
The object/relation mapping JSR is shaping up nicely after one year on from the request being made
Oracle attempt to re-engage with the Java Community
Craved data interchange format is billed as the natural successor to XML
Google looks to be bulking up their portfolio ahead of more legal wrangling with Oracle in the coming year.
Stephen Colebourne and James Governor offer their predictions for Java and the entire industry as we head into the new year
First JCP vote after reform raises future transparency concerns, as only Twitter and London Java Community flag up problems of expert group mailing list.
PLUS, Google purchase 1,023 IBM patents.