In our not-so-humble opinions, we think that the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and the Apple iPhone are two very cool technologies. Our approach was to build an application that primarily targets the iPhone and to use that as a test-bed for new ideas.
RedirectAfterPostFilter lets you easily implement Redirect after POST pattern in your web applications. You can map this filter to your controllers processing POST requests and after the processing filter will redirect the original request to the url
IntelliJ IDEA has inspired many Java developers to write plug-ins from J2EE and code editing tools to games. Now it has a robust plugin ecosystem with 413 available plugins and new ones appearing nearly every week
A publish-and-subscribe engine within WebLogic Server will provide live updates to AJAX and Flex clients. The engine offers a persistent connection to a rich client. Eval of copies of WebLogic Server will be featured with Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite
One justification for including JAX-WS 2.0 as part of Java SE 6.0 instead of Java EE 5 is that web service delivery with JAX-WS 2.0 does not require a container. This article shows how to use the JAX-WS class javax.xml.ws.Endpoint to publish web services
Apache has announced the release of Apache Directory Server 1.5.1, and Apache Directory Studio 1.0, a toolset for use with any LDAP solution but with special integrations with Apache Directory Server. Directory Server 1.5.1 is an implementation of LDAP v3
Serena Software today announced the launch of Serena Mashup Composer for the point-and-click creation of Business Mashups. Serena Mashup Composer makes it easy to visually design Business Mashups that automate common business activities (via Dion Almaer)
Spring 2.0 takes POJO-based development to a new level of sophistication. The themes of Spring 2.0 are simplicity and power: it makes existing tasks even easier, while extending the power of Spring to new areas. In this session,
As Matt Raible points out, you can significantly change the results of this graph by changing the search terms . For example “Spring” and “Struts” show that Spring is apparently leading all versions of Struts.
I worked late this long week-end to improve the implementation of Javolution high-performance FastMap . But finally, I believe that I got it! The “Swiss Knife/Universal /Holy Grail” map for developers! But judge for yourself
iBatis on the other hand is the working man’s ORM. In fact, I think I like it because I (and probably you) have created something similar back in the day before all these formalized ORMs. It simply and elegantly maps your sql results to an object of you
Virtual Iron has been chipping away at the lower end of the virtualization market for two years now, steadily adding features in a bid to appeal to those businesses for whom VMware’s enterprise offerings are too pricey and feature-laden
This tutorial shows how to perform BEA WebLogic Event Server (WLEvS) administration with wlshell. WLEvS exposes management operations through a standard JMX interface, including dynamic configuration of Event Processing Language (EPL)
What is exactly software architecture? Do we really need it? Why have we only recently been discussing it? Is there suddenly a contagious fever about software architecture infecting those who claim to be architects? Who are they actually:
Prefuse supports a rich set of features for data modeling, visualization, and interaction. It provides optimized data structures for tables, graphs, and trees, a host of layout and visual encoding techniques, and support for animation,
The Apache OpenJPA community is pleased to announce the release of Apache OpenJPA version 1.0.0. Apache OpenJPA is a feature-rich implementation of the persistence part of Enterprise Java Beans 3.0, also known as the Java Persistence API (JPA)
The Apache XML Graphics team is pleased to announce the release of Apache FOP version 0.94. FOP (Formatting Objects Processor) is a print formatter driven by XSL Formatting Objects  and an output independent formatter.
This week, we’ve got a nice one for all of you Adobe Flex aficionados. The boys over at Paranoid Ferret Productions have a good introduction on how to build one of the most useful of components, a DataGrid, Flex-style.
The beta version of Red hat Developer Studio has been released recently. RHDS is a based on eclipse with set of pre-configured tools from JBoss IDE and Exadel Studio. RHDS gives us out of box and 100% open source platform for enterprise-level….