Web application frameworks
A Web application framework is a software framework specifically designed to support the creation of Web-based applications and services. Support features include libraries and session management. Popular Web application frameworks for Java development include Spring and Struts, and Induction. In this section on Web application frameworks, get news and research on the newest Web application frameworks and updates, and learn how a Web application framework can help you to create better Web applications and services.
Commonly misconfigured Tomcat performance settings
05 May 2013
Tip - Tomcat on the server is different from Tomcat on the desktop, but too many system admins fail to optimize their production servers for performance.
Permanently setting web.xml parameters
22 Mar 2013
Tip - Some settings in the web.xml file can easily be changed by developers, causing runtime problems on the server at deployment. Here is how to permanently set web configuration parameters on the server that will not be overridden.
JSF 2.0 Facelets performance and troubleshooting tips
12 Mar 2013
Tip - JSF 2.0 has provided a variety of new configuration settings to help improve performance and aid the troubleshooting task, making the lives of software developers and quality engineers much easier.
Every enterprise needs an employee portal. Or do they?
12 Apr 2012
Tip - Employee portals provides integration, collaboration and personalization which are the elements any enterprise application development project needs, right?
Pros and cons of HTML5 for business
06 Apr 2012
Tip - HTML5 brings business benefits but also challenges. How will the new HTML standard effect businesses, developers and consumers?
Android vs iOS: In the end, end users decide
05 Apr 2012
Tip - The battle between Android and iOS will likely be decided by the end users - customers that may not understand the underlying factors that differentiate each mobile platform.
Android apps for business managers
23 Mar 2012
Tip - Here is a list of Android apps that have proven effective. It's a good read for business managers and for Java developers working on similar applications.
Server-side selector provides flexible DOM manipulation
22 Mar 2012
Tip - jQuery made DOM manipulation on the client side much more concise thanks to its CSS Selector mechanism, among other things. Now, the CSS selector technique has been extended to server side technology in ZK 6 under the guise of Java annotations.
Five Neat Liferay Portal 6.1 Features
23 Feb 2012
Tip - If you've ever run a competitive portal, you know that so many of them have little more than the "weather portlet" or "bookmarks" portlet after installation. Liferay is amazing because it has such full featured functionality 'out of the box.' Here's just...
Compare new Java Web application tools to the basics
20 Feb 2012
Tip - When evaluating new Java Web application tools look back to the most basic Java development tools and see where the new tool takes you from there.