In the second part of this special series, Sven Ewald takes you on a dynamic, external and bidirectional XML journey.
Thought you knew everything there was to know about XML? In the first part of a series of articles, Sven Ewald might surprise you as he introduces the Java library XMLBeam.
C2B2’s Shanny Anoep shows us how to get going with Oracle’s integration service software, SOA Suite.
On Tuesday, we were introduced to the BIRT engine pipeline. This time round, Jason Weathersby and Ray Gans look at each of the Eclipse Views that make up the BIRT Designer Perspective.
Liferay’s James Falkner explores the ever-evolving world of web development – from its early static HTML days to the modern frameworks of today.
New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Johan Vos introduces us to the DataFX project, making JavaFX go beyond its regular functionality.
The data abstraction level project that works in conjunction with JavaFX has hit its first major version and is ready for real-world situations
In this tutorial, find out how to store and search POJOs in a MarkLogic database without giving up consistency, reliability, or scale.
The past ten years have seen the XML editor passed around the open source community, but finally Vex 1.0 gets its new lease of life at Mylyn Docs
Timothy Clare introduces us to ZK – an open source enterprise level Java framework for web and mobile applications
In the midst of reform, the OSI gets the perfect man as president to oversee it
Apache Wicket guru Jeremy Thomerson takes us on a tour of component-oriented Java UI web framework and when best to use it.
Do we need a change of direction away from multi-paradigm languages, returning to simpler Java approach in development?