Daily del.icio.us for Dec 26, 2007

  • Advanced Topics in JPA – Parleys – Parleys.com – a Belgian Java User Group initiative – In this talk we will introduce a few of the common features and use them as a platform on which we can discuss some of the higher order JPA topics. We will show how to use multiple persistence units, define and tune identifier generators, create and invok
  • SpringSource Team Blog » Is it a Tomcat, or the Elephant in the Room? – In the era of open source, the traditional API-led sale for application servers has been replaced by a QoS sale
  • Samples Updated for AIR Beta 3 | Kevin Hoyt – What started as a couple dozen examples has also now grown to be over forty (40) AIR samples, to include a number of full applications. That being said, I?m happy to announce that the samples update for AIR Beta 3 is complete, and are available for down
  • High Performance Ajax Applications » SlideShare – High Performance Ajax Applications presentation at Yahoo by Julien Lecome. Topics include * Developing for high performance, High performance page load, High performance JavaScript, High performance DHTML, High performance layout and CSS, High perfor
  • The Google Enigma – In his new book, The Future of Management, London Business School professor Gary Hamel calls Google ?a modern management pioneer? that ?has much to teach us about how to build companies that are truly fit for the 21st century.?

Daily del.icio.us for Sep 09, 2007 through Sep 16, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Jul 30, 2007 through Aug 03, 2007

  • InfoQ: System Integration Testing Using Spring – When it comes to system integration testing Spring adds real value. In this session, Rod Johnson discusses: integration testing and the support that Spring provides for it, issues around testing the persistence layer, testing web applications.
  • InfoQ: BEA and Oracle incorporate Sun’s Project Tango – In a recent article, Sun’s director for SOA products, Kevin Schmidt mentioned the fact that both Oracle and BEA have incorporated Sun’s Web Services stack, Project Tango. Tango is MS .NET 3.0 interop
  • InfoQ: Using Java to Crack Office 2007 – With Office 2007, no third-party libraries are necessary-a Java application can now read and write any Office 2007 document, because Office 2007 documents are now nothing more than ZIP files of XML documents known as the OpenXML
  • Welcome to jXLS – jXLS is small and easy-to-use Java library for generating Excel files using XLS templates. Also jXLS can be used to read XLS files and populate Java beans with spreadsheet data according to XML configuration file
  • How To Read / Write Excel Spreadsheet From Java – Both JExcelAPI and Jakarta POI (HSSF) are open source software to read & write data from / to Excel spreadsheet even on non-Microsoft platforms. In my tests HSSF came out to be the clear leader and recommended solution because of robustness and features.
  • Eloquent JavaScript – Eloquent JavaScript is a hyper-book providing a comprehensive introduction to the JavaScript programming language. Apart from a bookful of text, it contains plenty of example programs, and an environment to try them out and play with them.
  • http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-atompub-protocol-17.txt – The Atom Publishing Protocol (APP) is an application-level protocol for publishing and editing Web resources. The protocol is based on HTTP transfer of Atom-formatted representations. The Atom format is documented in the Atom Syndication Format.
  • F1 News – Grandprix.com – One of the big problems with the ongoing Stepneygate Affair is that there is a huge amount of hearsay, but not a great deal of fact
  • YUI 2.3.0: Six New Components and a Prettier Face » Yahoo! User Interface Blog – We’re pleased to announce the release of YUI version 2.3.0. This release features six new additions to the library as well as a new skinning architecture and a new visual treatment for most of our UI controls – plus 250 enhancements and bug fixes
  • Greg the Architect : Episodes – Find out what happens when Greg tries to swallow three different SOA pitches in one day. Will he save the day, or will Greg have to chuck the project?
  • Dr. Dobb’s | Java Message Service | July 2, 2007 – SOAP-based web-service development continues to grow, and uses XML and HTTP to remove the implementation details from remote procedure calls. But while SOAP has broken new ground in distributed computing, message-oriented middleware such as the Java Messa
  • Plans for the Rich Web Application Backplane – Both mashups and Ajax are now firmly entrenched in the Web landscape. Put them together and you have the makings for Rich Web applications. This article explains the Rich Web Application Backplane, currently a W3C Note, which is designed to bring standard
  • 10 things I learned about using Hibernate/JPA successfully by SpencerUresk – I decided to share a few things I learned about using Hibernate/JPA in a large project with a complicated database setup
  • OpenJPA no longer requires bytecode processing – Historically, OpenJPA required that you either run a post-compilation tool or run your application with a javaagent. The latest build of OpenJPA removes this restriction by providing various levels of support for unenhanced classes.

Daily del.icio.us for Jul 29, 2007 through Jul 30, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for May 28, 2007 through May 29, 2007

  • InfoQ: Presentation: Using Google GWT – At JavaZone, GWT lead Bruce Johnson intro’d GWT including high-performance AJAX, internationalization, and integration with existing web apps. The presentor Bruce Johnson is works at Google as Tech Lead of the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).
  • LINA – open source everywhere – With LINA, a single executable written and compiled for Linux can be run with native look and feel on Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX operating systems.
  • JSF Central – Your JavaServer Faces Community – JBoss: The JavaServer Faces Powerhouse? – JBoss has proven itself a force in the J2EE application server market. Now, with Seam and the acquisition of some exciting new products, JBoss is jockeying for control of the JavaServer Faces market.
  • Slashdot | 8 Reasons Not To Use MySQL (And 5 To Adopt It) – CIO.com asked two open-source experts to enumerate the reasons to choose MySQL and to pick something else. Tina Gasperson takes the 5 reasons to use MySQL side, and Brent Toderash discusses 8 reasons not to.
  • dev2dev: Effective Java Exceptions – Although the Java exception model has generated spirited discussion during its lifetime, it provides excellent value when it is applied correctly. Using the Java exception model properly will keep your application simple, maintainable, and correct.
  • Neal Gafter’s blog: Removing Language Features? – I believe Java could be simplified by treating all exception types as unchecked without breaking existing code. This could also result in a simplification of future language extensions and APIs. But would the language be better off w/o checked exceptions?

Daily del.icio.us for May 26, 2007 through May 28, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for May 20, 2007

  • Why hasn’t Tapestry been more widely adopted? – I still think that Tapestry is one of the best platforms to be developing your Web application on. Having said that I think that there are some issues that need to be addressed to help improve Tapestry?s adoption into the Java community
  • Flex Builder without Flex Builder – If your Flex workflow doesn?t include Flex Builder (ie. you work from the command line) you should check out FLEXible. It is a sweet Flex application by John Grden that lets you visually create your MXML for use in your Flex projects
  • Easy Test-Driven GUI Development – code & slides – After a few hours of wrestling with Google Groups, I could finally upload the source code, slides and movies (containing coding examples) for our JavaOne presentation
  • Greg Luck’s WebLog: Comparing Memcached and Ehcache Performance – In-process caching and asynchronous replication are a clear performance winner. Ehcache and other in-process caches are very widely used in the Java world. One thing I see happening is new languages reusing Java infrastructure
  • Enterprise Java Community: Spring is the New Java EE – Last but not least, next generation application servers from BEA, and maybe IBM, will be built on top of Spring. Am I the only one that finds this mind-blowing?

Daily del.icio.us for May 18, 2007 through May 20, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Feb 19, 2007

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Daily del.icio.us for Feb 17, 2007 through Feb 19, 2007

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