Google's App Engine represents a shift from the way applications are typically deployed on the web. For this reason, the recent Java support announced by the Google App Engine project has created a flurry of posts around the blogsphere on what this will mean for other Java related topics like performance, Grails, Clojure, OSGi and Scala. First off, you can find the announcement about Java support on Google's App Engine 'Seriously this time new language on App Engine: Java ': http://googleappengine.blogspot.com/2009/04/seriously-this-time-new-language-on-app.html Next, you can find another post on some facts about the JVM used by Google's App engine : http://kohlerm.blogspot.com/2009/04/some-facts-about-java-used-by-googles.html Followed by another series of posts on application related topics. 'Grails “Lite” on Google AppEngine': http://burtbeckwith.com/blog/?p=122 'Getting Cloudy: Clojure on Google App Engine': http://fragmental.tw/2009/04/08/clojure-on-google-app-engine/ 'Hacking Jersey/JAX-RS to run RESTful web services on Google AppEngine/Java': http://lqd.hybird.org/journal/?p=123 'OSGi on App Engine': http://eclipsesource.com/blogs/2009/04/10/osgi-on-appengine/ 'My First Scala Web App, On Google App Engine': http://briccetti.blogspot.com/2009/04/my-first-scala-web-app-on-google-app.html And on a final note, one related to Java, open source and Google's App Engine entitled 'Sun's Open Source Boss Slams App Engine's Java Support': http://www.cio.com/article/489139/Sun_s_Open_Source_Boss_Slams_App_Engine_s_Java_Support
- Posted by: Daniel Rubio
- Posted on: April 14 2009 03:04 EDT
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- thanx by Alice Wood on November 07 2010 07:07 EST
- Nice topic for research by Alex Buffet on January 21 2011 06:23 EST
Ignore the hyped fuss over my twitter comment and read my detailed views on this...
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In the spirit of "getting stuff to run on GAE", here's another one about Spring's JavaConfig and annotation-driven configurations:
Great post! Thanks for shring!
thanks a lot. it was really interesting to read your article.
Java support for the Google App Engine is a nice topic for writing papers in university, especially for research projects about Google Apps.
First off, you can find the announcement about Java support on Google's App Engine 'Seriously this time new language on App Engine: Java ' ferienpoint.de