Java EE development and enterprise Java platforms
Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is a platform for developing server applications in the Java programming language. Java EE development is considered the de facto standard. In this section you will discover Java EE development utilities, find out what it means to be Java EE compliant, and learn about enterprise Java strategies for application developers and architects.
11 Aug 2013
From EJBs to the mobile web: Re-emerging trends in enterprise Java development
01 Aug 2013
Feature - Java EE 7 has just been released, but many old technologies, from EJBs to JPA for data persistence are becoming more popular than ever. Here we look at a few trends in enterprise Java development.
JSR-286 development tutorial: Data clashes and encoding namespaces
27 Jul 2013
JSR-286 development tutorial: Linking back to the portal with the PortletURL
27 Jul 2013
Tutorial - In this JSR-286 development tutorial we look at the PortletURL and the challenge developers face when trying to link back to the portal, a portal page or a given portlet instance.
How leading open source enterprise portals are solving the CMS dilemma
16 Jun 2013
Feature - Content management systems (CMS) are always a challenge to implement, but open source portals from Liferay and JBoss are taking new approaches to solve the CMS dilemma and associated problems and challenges.
Three things you didn't know about big data and Amazon Web Services (AWS)
15 Jun 2013
Feature - From learning about big data, to taking advantage of free big data technologies, here are three things you didn't know about Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The new enterprise ALM strategy: Mobile development comes first
06 Jun 2013
Feature - While mobile development was once an afterthought, the new enterprise ALM (application lifecycle management) strategy is to put iPhone and Android application development first.
Alternative JVM languages: Scala explained
09 Apr 2013
Video Tutorial - Watch this video lesson to learn the benefits of exploring the JVM alternative language Scala.
New Java features bring the JDBC API closer to Spring
11 Jan 2013
Spring Summary - Innovations from the Spring framework have spurred advances in the JDBC API which are now helping the Spring framework evolve.
WebSphere Liberty Profile running on Raspberry Pi
13 Jul 2012
Feature Video - The new WebSphere Liberty profile is faster and more efficient than ever. Simon Maple proves this out by showing us how he ran WebSphere on the Raspberry Pi, a tiny little credit-card sized computer that smart blokes in the UK have developed.