It turned out, that both components models are surprisingly similar.
You could migrate an EJB 3.1 based application, almost without any
additional effort to...
4 replies - 9022 views - 07/06/09 by adam bien in Articles
Ajax does have its detractors. Their argument goes as follows: Why
reinvent everything that has already been done on the desktop on an
inferior platform? I...
17 replies - 8463 views - 07/03/09 by Axel Rauschmayer in Articles
I’m on the road to prepare my example for the E4 talk I’m delivering on the Eclipse-Developers-Day in Karlsruhe and I have to say that in my eyes E4 is...
8 replies - 8742 views - 07/03/09 by Tom Schindl in Articles
introduced the concept of asynchronous servlets to provide scalability
and quality of service to web 2.0 applications such as...
0 replies - 7173 views - 07/02/09 by Greg Wilkins in Articles
At CommunityOne, Chris Schalk and I presented our ideas on how to integrate Ajax Push with OpenSocial: Developing Sleek and Collaborative Applications with...
0 replies - 4564 views - 07/02/09 by Ted Goddard in Articles
Xtext has been released as a part of the Eclipse Galileo release
train on June 24th, 2009. Xtext is a framework for building DLSs (domain specific languages)....
0 replies - 19208 views - 06/30/09 by Peter Friese in Articles
New to Grails? Click here to download DZone's latest Refcard: Getting Started with Grails. Grails is a full-stack web application framework built on top of...
1 replies - 9100 views - 06/29/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements
I’m a big fan of GWT but one of the real pain points when developing
GWT applications is that there’s no databinding framework available to
1 replies - 8605 views - 06/29/09 by Tom Schindl in Articles
Oasis XACML v2.0 is a robust open standard catering to access
control. Starting JBoss Application Server v5.0, users have the
opportunity to use XACML as...
0 replies - 12806 views - 06/26/09 by Anil Saldhana in Articles
Today marks the much anticipated release of Eclipse Galileo, or Eclipse 3.5. Once again, it's striking how such a large set of projects across the developer...
7 replies - 18574 views - 06/24/09 by James Sugrue in Articles
Android engineer David Sparks explores the multimedia capabilities
of the Android platform, lifting the covers on the infrastructure to
show you how it works...
0 replies - 4962 views - 06/23/09 by James Sugrue in Videos
Once upon a time Mark Needham wrote
about freezing Joda Time. Mark gives all the important details for
freezing time (which is often helpful for testing),...
2 replies - 7486 views - 06/23/09 by Jay Fields in Tips and Tricks
I read an article where James Gosling comments on OSGi and Jigsaw, here’s what I found:
According to James, OSGi is:
from a different universekind of...
21 replies - 11161 views - 06/22/09 by Chris Aniszczyk in Articles
This week we released our JSF 2.0 Refcard. I had the chance to ask the author, Cay Horstmann, some questions about JSF 2.0 from what it's all about, to...
2 replies - 4757 views - 06/19/09 by James Sugrue in Articles
This is a two part article (part two) that will
demonstrate how to use JavaFX and Seam with the Flamingo RIA
framework. The article
assumes that you have a...
1 replies - 30022 views - 06/16/09 by Max Katz in Articles