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Why Should We Dump Java EE Standard?

I never thought that I have to write about this topic again, but I have to since a couple months ago I have to justify a decision of using Spring Framework in...

46 replies - 21014 views - 06/20/14 by Lofi Dewanto in Articles

Java EE: The Basics

Wanted to go through some of the basic tenets, the technical terminology related to Java EE. For many people, Java EE/J2EE still mean Servlets, JSPs or...

0 replies - 5494 views - 04/29/14 by Abhishek Gupta in Articles

JAX-RS 2.X using Jersey Client: Basic Example

JAX-RS is a framework designed to help you write RESTful applications both on the client and server side. Jersey 2.0 provides Reference Implementation for...

0 replies - 9186 views - 02/15/14 by Sunil Gulabani in Articles

Restlet Framework - Hello World Example

 Restlet is a lightweight, comprehensive, open source REST framework for the Java platform. Restlet is suitable for both server and client Web...

0 replies - 7294 views - 09/09/13 by Sunil Gulabani in Announcements

Memcached: In-memory Caching System

Originally developed for LiveJournal, Memcached is a distributed memory caching system that is now used on many popular sites. Memcached provides performance...

0 replies - 11874 views - 09/03/13 by Sunil Gulabani in Articles

(Mobile) Java Development Job Opportunities

Hi there!  I'm a recruiter with a local IT consulting firm in Raleigh, NC.  We're partnered with many great organizations in the area.  I am...

1 replies - 460 views - 08/15/13 by Marvick Burgos in Announcements

Destroy Cookie while Logging out.

I was facing a problem where while a person logs out his session is invalidated but the JSESSIONID still remained in the browser. As a result while logging in...

1 replies - 5123 views - 08/15/13 by Shiv Kumar Ganesh in Uncategorized

Awake SQL 1.3.1 released: now shipping with an embedded web server

The Awake SQL Web Server is a version of Awake SQL  that embeds it's own JavaEE servlet container in order to run Awake SQL Community Edition...

0 replies - 1192 views - 01/31/13 by Nicolas De Pomereu in Announcements

GraniteDS introduces Apache Flex 4.8, JavaFX 2.2 and WebSocket support

 GraniteDS 3.0.0.M1 is out with major new features!Here are some highlights:Apache Flex(R) 4.8.0 compatibilityNew messaging transport based on websockets...

0 replies - 1655 views - 11/28/12 by Franck Wolff in Announcements

J2EE is Dead: Long-live Javascript Backed by JSON Services

Hello, my name is Brian O'Neill, and I've been J2EE free for almost 8 years now.   A long time ago in a blog post far away, I asked the question "Is...

21 replies - 44262 views - 10/29/12 by Brian O' Neill in Articles

Awake SQL 1.2 Android Edition released: JDBC Access to Your Remote SQL Data on Android

Tired of writing/deploying/debugging Web Services for your Android applications? Access SQL data directly from Android without writing code on the server...

0 replies - 2165 views - 09/13/12 by Nicolas De Pomereu in Announcements

Taking the P(ain in the)AAS Out of Middleware

I’ve recently been playing with a number of PAAS platforms, and its bringing me back somewhat to my days toying with J2EE application servers, JDBC...

0 replies - 4939 views - 06/18/12 by Trevor Parsons in Articles

Granite Data Services 2.3.2 GA Released with several Enhancements and New Features

Granite Data Services 2.3.2 GA is out and available for download here. Maven artifacts are also available through central Maven2 repositories here.This new...

0 replies - 1214 views - 05/25/12 by Franck Wolff in Announcements

Awake SQL: access remote SQL databases securely from Desktop Apps using JDBC

Awake SQL is an Open Source framework which enables remote JDBC access through HTTP. Java Desktop App developers just need to include regular JDBC calls in...

1 replies - 2254 views - 05/10/12 by Nicolas De Pomereu in Announcements

Log don't SOP

Stick to basics. This is generally my opening line to any discussion around best architecture and coding practices. People - particularly those who are...

0 replies - 2857 views - 03/10/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles

Common Sense and Code Quality, Part 1

If you are involved in a software project (as an individual coder, technical team lead, architect or project manager) chances are that code quality might not...

1 replies - 10513 views - 03/09/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles

Flex, GraniteDS and the Future of RIA

After the recent announcements from Adobe regarding the future of the Flex framework (see, for example, this blog post) and, unofficially, from Microsoft...

1 replies - 5608 views - 12/10/11 by Franck Wolff in Articles

Granite Data Services 2.3.0 RC1 Released

Hi all, Granite Data Services 2.3.0 Release Candidate 1 is out and available  for download here. Many (59!) bugfixes, improvements and new features are...

0 replies - 1488 views - 10/12/11 by Franck Wolff in Announcements

Cloud Integration with Apache Camel and Amazon Web Services (AWS): S3, SQS and SNS

The integration framework Apache Camel already supports several important cloud services (see my overview article at...

0 replies - 11616 views - 08/30/11 by Kai Wähner in Articles

GraniteDS: Gas3 template for complex enums

I use in projects GraniteDS and I recently was faced with the fact that the complex enumerators are not compiled by Gas3 to need appropriate AS3-class.For...

5 replies - 4930 views - 07/22/11 by Dmitry Ionash in Announcements