So long the JPA implementations in the market we simply put, slow. But there is the new kid on the block - Batoo JPA - http://batoo.jp
As Liferay Inc. opened their North American Symposium Monday, they showed some undeniable strength in numbers. Not only is there a strong turnout of both expert speakers and attendees at the conference, but a morning press release indicated that Liferay as a company continues to grow in terms of both size and revenue.
Java community leaders give developers advice on how to remain viable as new computing models, specifically mobile, emerge. Task-focused, not systems-centric, development and user experience know-how are crucial.
Once only found behind multiple firewalls in large data centers at big companies, Oracle has decided that their middle-tier application server offerings have a major role to play in the embedded device market.
For architects who have stopped by the VMware vFabric booth at JavaOne, the key theme is simplicity. vFabric product lead Al Sargent reports on five common needs for simplification.
LiveRebel lets you deploy, update and rollback application versions with dependencies on complex server environments quickly and easily. Everything is automated. Everything is recorded. Everything is tested, and it’s all recoverable with the press of a button. Seriously.
TheServerSide chats with CloudBee's CEO Sacha Labourey about what the right questions are to ask yourself and your potential cloud provider when you're starting to get serious about adopting a PaaS provider.
From security guards chasing off anxious attendees, to a certain degree of disorganization in the session rooms, let's hope Oracle's embedded offerings are a bit more polished than the conference.
Community participation is a great thing, but there have to be limits on these things. Sure, join a JUG. Sure, add to the JavaDoc on various classes in the OpenJDK. But let's not give the Hoi Polloi a Batphone that lets them harp at Oracle every time their code misbehaves.
Every dominant programming language on the market today leverages the powerful idea of closures, spare one. The one that's lagging behind? It's Java, and for years it's seemed like nothing would get done about it. But all of that will change with Java 8. And it'll completely change the way you write your programs as well.
Managing the navigation flow of complex applications has always been a pain with Java based web applications. Apaches MyFaces addressed the issue with CODI. SpringSource dealt with the problem with Spring Web Flow, and Oracle even had their ADF tasks. But finally in JSF 2.2, Oracle has standardized web flow development with FacesFlows.
This year Oracle has embedded a conference inside of JavaOne about embedded Java called Java Embedded @ JavaOne. Sure, it sounds like a hall of mirrors when you say it out loud, but the additional attention to the embedded segment makes sense given the predicted future growth of this market.
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