The built-in collections for Java have good performance and are nice to use – especially with the new for-loop pattern. But are there alternatives? And if...
20 replies - 13679 views - 09/04/09 by Peter Karussell in Articles
applications use Java annotations on their domain model classes in
order to specify validation rules. Runtime frameworks use reflection to
3 replies - 9298 views - 09/04/09 by David Green in Articles
The Strange Loop conference is
a unique software developer conference in St. Louis featuring excellent
speakers and a wide variety of languages and...
0 replies - 8819 views - 09/03/09 by Alex Miller in News
DZone and Manning Publications have partnered to bring you an
exclusive chapter from 'Dependency Injection' (by Dhanji R. Prasanna). This chapter
9 replies - 8930 views - 08/28/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Articles
Recently I was tasked with developing a server-side REST strategy
for a client. When I started working with them, they were using GWT RPC
4 replies - 15815 views - 08/28/09 by Matt Raible in Articles
Spring Webservices encourages a
contract first, message oriented approach to creating Webservices.
The underlying details are completely under...
9 replies - 95821 views - 08/28/09 by Biju Kunjummen in Articles
Writing Comet applications is more and more easy, thanks to frameworks like LIft and Atmosphere. On the Client side, the difference between Safari, Opera,...
5 replies - 4968 views - 08/27/09 by Jean-Francois Arcand in Articles
JavaFX is new tool set for developing
and delivering Rich Internet Applications or RIAs. JavaFX 1.0 was
released in December 2008, and JavaFX 1.2 was...
10 replies - 19684 views - 08/26/09 by Max Katz in Articles
This is the second of a two-part series
of tutorials on Spring Integration. The first
tutorial provided a high-level overview of Spring
1 replies - 49251 views - 08/26/09 by Willie Wheeler in Articles
This blog assumes that you are familiar with the Order/OrderLine example I introduced in the first two blogs of this series. If you are not, please review the...
4 replies - 11690 views - 08/25/09 by Vincent Partington in Articles
When ever I undertake a project I always looks for an opportunity to use at least one new technology so as to continually increase the number of tools I have...
0 replies - 18772 views - 08/24/09 by Mark Clarke in Articles
JPA has 2 levels of caching. The first level of caching is the persistence context.
The JPA Entity Manager maintains a set of Managed Entities in the...
2 replies - 20034 views - 08/24/09 by Carol Mcdonald in Articles
Doesn't it annoy you when you have to add each class individually to
the Spring config when you are dealing with annotated classes? I bet it
annoys you even...
11 replies - 26780 views - 08/21/09 by Chris Hardin in Articles
DZone sat down with Alex Miller to talk about his upcoming conference
Strange Loop. The Strange Loop conference was started by
Alex to bring developers...
0 replies - 6450 views - 08/20/09 by Justin Sargent in Uncategorized
Perforce Software announced
the release of P4Java, Perforce’s pure Java API for accessing its Software
Configuration Management (SCM) services from...
0 replies - 2775 views - 08/20/09 by Justin Sargent in Announcements