Version 1.0.3 of the Spring BlazeDS Integration is now available. Spring BlazeDS is an open source solution for building Spring-powered […]
jaxenter caught up with JAX London speaker and author of ‘JavaServer Faces in Action,’ Kito Mann, to ask him about JSF support for Scala, Spring and Groovy, and how to integrate emerging JVM languages with JavaServer Faces Polyglot.
Version 2.3.1 of the Eclipse-based development environment for building Spring-powered enterprise applications, SpringSource Tool Suite, is now available to download. […]
SpringSource have announced SpringSource tc Server Spring Edition 2.0, which is based on Apache’s Tomcat server. The tc Server Spring […]
OpenCredo Esper Extension project version 1.0 is now available to download. This open source project uses the Complex Event Processing […]
A first milestone of Spring Web Services 2.0 is now available to download. This is the first milestone release in […]
The first ever JAX conference hosted in London took place last week. A big thank you to all who attended […]
The first Spring 3.0 maintenance release is now available for download. Spring version 3.0.1 has upgraded to AspectJ 1.6.8; and […]
Following the announcement that Genuitec and Skyware Software are jointly developing MyEclipse Integrated Design Environment for the Spring Framework, Eclipse […]
The Apache Lenya team has announced the release of version 2.0.3 of the Java/XML Content Management System. Apache Lenya is […]
Impala have announced the release of version 1.0 RC2 of their dynamic module framework. This second RC marks the introduction […]
In his keynote at the SpringOne at the end of April in Amsterdam Rod Johnson introduced Spring Roo as the new project of SpringSource, the manufacturer of the well-known Spring Open Source Framework. What is behind that?
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. Software projects tend to fail because usually they are designed in a complex and over engineered way. Internet is full of articles on how projects become over complicated and fail. J2EE was a very promising platform with new set of tools to make developer’s life easier. XML configuration files were also introduced for same reason, ease of configuration. However J2EE failed to simplify things in many Aspects.