JPA implementation patterns – After discovering that there was a lack of documentation on how to use JPA in real-life scenario's, Vincent Partington has written a series of blogs about the JPA implementation patterns he discovered while writing JPA code. To wrap up the series, he has made an overview of all the patterns that have been discussed for easy reference.
Ten of the Burgers – Interactive Feature – NYTimes.com – One Monday a month, the Burger of the Month Club convenes at a New York restaurant to eat and rate the restaurant's burger. Below, two of the club's members, Brett Weiss and Jason Beckerman, discuss 10 of the 47 burgers the group has tried
In Afghanistan, Part Two – The Big Picture – Boston.com – Today, nearly eight years after the initial invasion of Afghanistan, the country remains unstable at best- there has been so much powerful photography coming out of Afghanistan the past few months, I had a very hard time editing down to just these, recent photographs from Afghanistan
Love thyself :: ConcurrentHashMap – ConcurrentHashMap is both a very useful class for many concurrent applications and a fine example of a class that understands and exploits the subtle details of the JMM to achieve higher performance
Simple 2.1 – XML serialization – Simple is a high performance XML serialization and configuration framework for Java. Its goal is to provide an XML framework that enables rapid development of XML configuration and communication systems
script.aculo.us Tutorial | Ajaxonomy – The folks over at Tutorials Point have posted a good tutorial for learning script.aculo.us on their site. The tutorial does well to cover the framework, includes lots of codes examples, and even has a W3C Schools style "try-it-yourself" editor to let you
Jack Slocum’s Blog – » Ext 2.0 API Docs on AIR – Using the soon to be available Ext AIR adapter that allows Ext JS to run in the AIR application sandbox, Jack took the Ext JS 2.0 API documentation application and get it running on AIR
Ext JS Blog – » Community Talk – February 2008 – There’s nothing I like to hear about more than a developer having success with Ext. It’s even better when that developer is willing to share their experiences and insight with others. His blog has quite a few Ext posts and they are all well written.
Savvy Duck: Ext Event Handling – The event handling and dispatching system in Ext is easy for a developer to hook into. It doesn't take anytime to integrate with and its a breeze to extend. Happy coding!
Groovy-power automated builds with Gant – Java World – If you've ever wished for the command of a programming language to drive your build process, then you need to know about Gant. In this article Klaus P. Berg introduces this combination of Groovy and Ant and shows you why some Java developers are choosing
Silly season [dive into mark] – And Microsoft "rebooted the web." I guess that?s all you can do after freezing up for five years. Hey, look over there, shiny objects! That poster may as well be titled ?Fucked 6 Ways From Sunday,? because that?s what you?ll be if you buy into a
The Park Paradigm – 3 things – …to speak to this group of senior executives from (mostly large) financial services firms about how the changes brought on by technology might impact their businesses going forward.
Ajaxian – Mindframe: An Adobe Spry-like Ajax Framework – Mindframe is a new Ajax framework that builds on top of Prototype and ZParse which gives you xml dataset & simple array database, region binding & controlling, Data utility methods: sorting, filtering, selection, drag&drop, trade zones, etc.
Enunciate Your Web Service API – From your source code, Enunciate will build a fully-documented, interoperable web application in the form of a web application archive (war file). A consolidated, annotated XML contract is generated at compile-time. Each service class is published as a SO
Uni-Form – One Form to Rule Them All – Uni-Form is an attempt to standardize form markup (xhtml) and css, "modularize" it, so even people with only basic knowledge of these technologies can get nice looking, well structured, highly customizable, semantic, accessible and usable forms.
sq1-struts2 – Google Code – ‘Apache Struts 2 from Square One’ is a training course designed for people who want to create Java web applications, not just quickly, but correctly. Training sessions include a technology primer and a coding exercise. This Project hosts materials used by
OpenLaszlo 4.0 Released | OpenLaszlo – OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the industry?s first and only RIA platform to support the development and delivery of applications in both Ajax and Flash®, all from a single code base
The Real Lesson of Flex – In addition to being a rich-client development toolkit that targets the Flash virtual machine, an interesting aspect of Flex is that it relies on code-generation to reduce the amount of code a developer has to write by hand
video.onflex.org – video.onflex.org is maintained by Mike Chambers and Ted Patrick of Adobe. It is focused on providing videos about developing with Adobe Flex, ActionScript and Apollo.
How to Use Java at a Startup – Cardsharp on Software – The embarrassment of riches in the Java Open Source movement makes it a slam dunk for startups. The fact that you can find an Open Source framework for every conceivable use means that you can focus on your core business instead of on plumbing