Much of enterprise software is built on a message-passing paradigm, and the popular .NET and Java platforms both offer APIs that provide access to messaging. While .NET offers access to Microsoft’s MSMQ through a set of standard APIs, there’s a problem: MSMQ isn’t widely used in the enterprise, even in .NET shops.
In this live coding session from JAXConf 2013, Jeff Scott Brown, senior engineer at Pivotal, will demonstrate how to build the basics of a Twitter-like application using Grails and JMS. By bringing together Spring, JMS, and Java persistence techniques, Jeff reviews some advanced tips for constructing Grails apps that go beyond simple CRUD applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
In this code-rich session from JAXConf 2013, aimed at architects and developers, Mark Prichard of CloudBees will show how you can: 1) pass Amazon security credentials and configuration parameters to PaaS applications at run-time to provide customized environments 2) use JDBC and Amazon RDS (Relational Data Service) to provide resilient and performant relational data services 3) replace JMS queues and topics with Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) and SNS (Simple Notification Service) to develop cloud-based messaging applications 4) use Amazon’s SES (Simple Email Service) from Java applications. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Java steward announces a raft of updates to middleware and developer products in next-generation charge.
The second part of Nigel Deakin’s series on JMS 2.0 in the impending Java EE 7 looks at some of the new messaging features. Reprinted with permission from the Oracle Technology Network, Oracle Corporation.
Oracle’s Nigel Deakin shows how to new ease-of-use features enable you to write fewer lines of code
New modernising features for the enterprise framework arrive in Milestone 1.
After its initial splash in January, rapid response unit RRiBit has unleashed its second version, a much more comprehensive offering. Can it gain traction?
Long overdue a makeover, Java Message Service (JSR 343) is getting some serious renovation to bring it up to the level of other features for Java EE 7.
The Java EE web framework gets a huge bundle of upgrades
PLUS, Apache Solr 3.2 and JSON Activity Stream Spec now online.
PLUS, US Veterans Integrated System Technology Architecture to use open source?
JAXenter speaks to Markus Karg, on the current status of JAX-RS 2.0.
The core architecture team of JBoss AS decided to take a different approach with AS 7.’