• September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    The JSF Flex Project

    The goal of JavaServer Faces Flex is to provide users capability in creating Flex components as normal JavaServer Faces components. This article will provide a quick overview of the project, a brief introduction of the technical info regarding its ...  Continue Reading

  • September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    Getting Started with jBPM and Spring

    Business process management (BPM) – while also its own independent practice and school of thought – is an application of technology that is served by many products, not the least of which is jBPM.  Continue Reading

  • September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    Object Oriented JavaScript Demonstrated

    Before diving into the object-oriented features of JavaScript, let's first take a look at some of the basics.  Continue Reading

  • September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    What is an App Server?

    It's worth considering what the definition of an application server is to make sure that the term means the same thing to everyone who uses it. So let us ask the question: what is an application server? Which attributes from the following list are ...  Continue Reading

  • September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    A RESTful Core for Web-like Application Flexibility - Part 3 - Logical Level Programming

    In the first two articles of this series [1] [2], we described an approach to application software architecture that is based on a core set of "RESTful" principles. This Resource Oriented Computing (ROC) approach is motivated by the ...  Continue Reading

  • September 01, 2008 01 Sep'08

    JSF Flex

    JavaServer Faces Flex goal is to provide users capability in creating standard Flex components, part of flexSDK which is open sourced through MPL license, as normal JSF components [note that other dynamic components such as chart are not part of...  Continue Reading

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