• August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    Migrating to TestNG

    TestNG is a promising new testing framework that addresses many of the shortfalls of JUnit in an elegant and extendable manner, without sacrificing any of the convenience.  Continue Reading

  • August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    Migrating to TestNG

    TestNG is a promising new testing framework that addresses many of the shortfalls of JUnit in an elegant and extendable manner, without sacrificing any of the convenience.  Continue Reading

  • August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    Ajax in Action excerpt: The Page as an Application

    Ajax applications can contain much more client-side code than a standard web application, and hence benefit much more from the order that patterns and refactoring bring. Chapter 4 of Manning's Ajax in Action is the first of three chapters that apply...  Continue Reading

  • August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    Under the Hood of J2EE Clustering

    More and more mission-critical and large scale applications are now running on Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Those mission-critical applications such as banking and billing ask for more high availability (HA), while those large scale systems ...  Continue Reading

  • August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    Building Custom JSF UI Components

    One of the key strengths of JavaServer Faces (JSF) is that not only does it provide substantial technology for easy, out of the box component based J2EE Web applications assembly, but it also is a very flexible API which allows for a wide breadth of...  Continue Reading

  • August 01, 2005 01 Aug'05

    JavaServer Faces vs Tapestry - A Head-to-Head Comparison

    After several years as the leading Java Web application framework, the reign of Apache Struts appears to be drawing to an end. Indeed, the action-based model on which Struts is based is no longer regarded by many as ideal for Java Web application ...  Continue Reading

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