CDI is the
Java standard for dependency injection (DI) and interception (AOP). It is evident
from the popularity of DI and AOP that Java needs to...
18 replies - 104120 views - 03/28/11 by Rick Hightower in Articles
Have you ever wondered how fork/join algorithm really works? You can read a description
but it is much better to actually see how the tasks are split, how the...
7 replies - 8694 views - 03/28/11 by Lukas Krecan in Tips and Tricks
According to their press release, RIM
has officially announced the ecosystem for applications that will run
on the PlayBook tablet. Below is a quote...
0 replies - 3871 views - 03/28/11 by Mihai Fonoage in News
The use of field background colors and rounded borders is a great way
to enhance the user experience in your BlackBerry applications.Let’s
examine how to...
1 replies - 6726 views - 03/28/11 by Jorge Ramon in News
During the writing of Learning Vaadin, I create a sample application step-by-step. This application is in fact a Twitter client. Twitter provides a nice API
1 replies - 7730 views - 03/28/11 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
I recently stumbled upon an interesting Eclipse project called ObjectTeams/Java
(OT/J), which promises improved reusability and maintenance and support
1 replies - 3654 views - 03/28/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Two new chapters of "Jenkins: The Definitive Guide" are now available.
Security covers the ins and outs of configuring authentication and...
0 replies - 1830 views - 03/28/11 by James Sugrue in Announcements
I've been going through a relatively painless process of converting Tapestry from Maven to Gradle, and am thrilled with the results. My biggest stumbling point...
1 replies - 3963 views - 03/26/11 by Howard Lewis Ship in Articles
Recently I came across an interesting dilemma. For some time up to
now I've been including setter methods in my service interfaces to allow
unit tests to...
9 replies - 4796 views - 03/25/11 by Marco Tedone in News
Android devs got a punch in the gut this week as Google has decided to keep Android 3.0 Honeycomb's code under lock and key for the foreseeable future. ...
0 replies - 5675 views - 03/25/11 by Katie Mckinsey in News
Not to be ignored in the excitement surrounding the final release of IE9 and Firefox 4, Google has released a beta version of Chrome 11. One of the most...
1 replies - 13625 views - 03/25/11 by Katie Mckinsey in Daily Dose
I've recently joined a new team and we've been doing a bit of Clojure.
If you've never done Lisp (and I hadn't before I found Clojure) it's
natural to ask...
6 replies - 5204 views - 03/25/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
Whether you are an Eclipse veteran or beginner, there will be times
when you want to access a certain functionality but you can’t remember
2 replies - 9665 views - 03/25/11 by Cedric Beust in Articles
After recent disagreements between Oracle from one side and Hudson
creators and open community on the other, the latter decided that Hudson
was to be...
4 replies - 22932 views - 03/25/11 by Marco Tedone in Articles
On Friday I gave an Intro to Grails preso in which I built a contact
manager application. The presentation was 90 minutes long. To
demonstrate how much...
5 replies - 8494 views - 03/24/11 by Steve Good in Articles