Web application framework and Java middleware
Web application frameworks help enterprise application developers focus on the business logic that makes enterprise application indispensable without focusing too much effort on ensuring that the applications work across browser platforms. The write once, run anywhere promise of the Java language only extends so far. Server-side developers must still concern themselves with Java integration into the enterprise architecture. Frequently, Java middleware platforms will be necessary to integrate enterprise Web applications.
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31 Oct 2014
31 Oct 2014
Glassfish community thrives; innovations update
27 Oct 2014
News - In this video, expert Steve Millidge discusses how Oracle no longer supports Glassfish app server and looks at other options like Payara.
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Beat performance monitoring hurdles in single-page interface world
30 Jul 2015
Podcast - This podcast discusses how frameworks like AngularJS have simplified the creation of single-page interface applications, but have created new performance monitoring challenges.
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Apache Camel news from JavaOne 2011
12 Oct 2011
Video - Apache Camel, the open source integration framework, is enjoying an upward swing in popularity as the community prepares for the upcoming release of Camel 3.
Does Open Source Mean Superior Software Quality?
10 May 2011
Video - James Strachan, the man who believes he invented Groovy, presented a lightninground session at TheServerSide Java Symposium to speak about FuseSource and Open Source Software. In that discussion, he asserts that there are reasons why open source projects...
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13 Jan 2016
These new features in PHP 7 will convince you to do an upgrade
10 Dec 2015
Feature - There have been some significant improvements to the PHP language. In this article we show you how to take advantage of them, and potentially convince you to do an upgrade and migrate to the new version.
04 May 2015
Tutorial - Sometimes great frameworks like JSF, Wicket or Spring MVC make simple tasks surprisingly difficult to do. With JavaServer Faces, the simple task of invoking a method on a managed bean is actually a bit of a chore. In this tutorial, we tackle that chore...
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30 Apr 2015
How elegant code can hurt HTML5 performance
29 Apr 2015
Tip - Elegant code can lead to cleaner, precise steps. But it can also lead to application performance bottlenecks, argues Mozilla's Andreas Gal.
Incorporating Google Maps to the Java desktop
28 Oct 2014
Tip - Rob Terpilowski discusses how he and his architect team brought Google Maps to the Java desktop in this video from JavaOne 2014.