This is a very basic review of active and available open source
Java EE Application servers and Servlet container (Web containers) to let the...
6 replies - 67542 views - 11/16/09 by Masoud Kalali in Articles
Getting Started with GlassFish Application Server v3 begins by
introducing you to what GlassFish is and how to get it. Then it goes
on to prove its worth...
0 replies - 29859 views - 11/16/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements
this article, the third in a series covering JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0
features contributed by Red Hat, or which Red Hat participated in
6 replies - 97759 views - 11/02/09 by Dan Allen in Articles
JSR-314: JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0
demonstrates a strong evolution of the JSF framework driven by de facto
standards that emerged out of the JSF...
1 replies - 71482 views - 10/29/09 by Dan Allen in Articles
JSR-314: JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0
is the third major revision of the JSF specification. It delivers a
strong evolution of the framework driven by de facto...
1 replies - 34659 views - 10/28/09 by Dan Allen in Articles
Building websites is
a tough job. It's even tougher when you also have to support XML and
JSON data services. Developers need to provide...
7 replies - 93787 views - 10/15/09 by Solomon Duskis in Articles
In the keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld this week, CEO of Oracle Larry Ellison fired back against rumors (that he believes were spread by IBM) about the...
4 replies - 16355 views - 10/13/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Terracotta announced today the immediate release of "Terracotta for Caching," which integrates Ehcache and Terracotta. For Terracotta, this was the...
3 replies - 9067 views - 10/06/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder Beta 2 are available today along
with a private beta of the new ColdFusion in the Cloud that will run
0 replies - 12039 views - 10/05/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
DZone recently caught up with Jay Balunas, core JBoss developer and project lead for RichFaces, a rich component library for JavaServer Faces (JSF). Jay is...
0 replies - 13717 views - 10/05/09 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Poison messages are basically delivery deadlocks caused
by a continuous redelivery of a message to a JMS Queue or Topic. That
usually happens due to a code...
1 replies - 3604 views - 09/25/09 by Felipe Gaúcho 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 - 20049 views - 08/26/09 by Max Katz in Articles
If you're attracted by the idea to have your Java-based web applications run on the Google App Engine, look at how easy it actually is to develop and deploy on...
0 replies - 8914 views - 08/21/09 by Václav Pech in Articles
Following VMWare's acquisition of SpringSource last week, SpringSource is now able to move more into providing cloud solutions. Today's announcement of the...
0 replies - 3855 views - 08/20/09 by James Sugrue in News
This week DZone releases the ColdFusion Refcard, with all the latest updates for ColdFusion 9. I got the chance to ask Terry Ryan about ColdFusion and the...
0 replies - 6248 views - 08/19/09 by James Sugrue in Articles
Terracotta today announced the purchase
of privately-held Ehcache, a Java caching solution that ships as a
component within many other Java products...
0 replies - 7997 views - 08/18/09 by Justin Sargent in News
The upcoming release of JEE 6 means that the next release of
GlassFish, version 3, still is under development. However, it is stable
enough to try out many...
0 replies - 12297 views - 08/18/09 by Wouter van Reeven in Articles
still complain about the breadth of J2EE and Java EE and sometimes
about the extensive specification. J2EE 1.4 and Java EE 5+ are actually
24 replies - 5405 views - 07/27/09 by adam bien in News
Authorization is one of the primary common features of all software systems. While developing an authorization system for our ERP software, I felt that I was...
3 replies - 10367 views - 07/21/09 by Ibrahim Levent in News
A few days back a couple of interns working in my office came up to me and said "It's not working". They
were talking about a part of an application...
3 replies - 10559 views - 07/14/09 by Bharath Ganesh in Articles