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Java Magazine, November/December 2011 Issue is coming !

Posted by bonbhel on November 13, 2011 at 1:44 AM PST

The second edition of Java Magazine (November/December) will go out in few days. In the Part 2 of the my article, you will see in detail how to use JSON to handle the response returned to the HTML5 client.

The first Part 1 of my article published in the first edition of Java Magazine (available here http://tinyurl.com/65jos8n) has shown how you can create and deploy quickly a Java EE application that uses RESTful Web services with NetBeans.

The In the November/December 2011 issue:

  • From the Editor
  • Java Nation:
    News, events, and happenings in the Java community - including a JavaOne 2011 wrapup
  • Java In Action:
    Driven by Java

    Austrian smartcard system connects patients, providers.

    Green Light
    Startup dooApp relies on JavaFX to support “green” construction.

  • New To Java:
    Starting Your First Computer Game

    Use Greenfoot to create your first interactive program.


    Introduction to RESTful Web Services, Part 2

    Max Bonbhel on the JSON response format.

  • Java Architect:
    Understanding the Hudson Plug-In Development Framework

    Extend Hudson with plug-ins.


    Agile ALM for Java Developers

    Michael Hütterman on better quality software.

  • Enterprise Java:
    Stress-testing Java EE 6 Applications
    Adam Bien on bugs, bottlenecks, and memory leaks.

  • Polyglot Programmer:
    Toward a Universal VM

    Oracle’s Alex Buckley on the JVM Language Summit 2011.

    Polyglot Programming on the JVM

    How and why to choose a non-Java language.

  • Rich Client:
    Shock the Senses

    Java FX 2.0 reinvigorates client-side Java development. Oracle’s Nandini Ramani talks with Java Magazine about the key features of the new release.


    JavaFX and Swing Integration
    Migrate Swing interfaces to JavaFX.

    Using Transitions for Automation in JavaFX 2.0
    Animate nodes in your scene.

  • Mobile and Embedded:
    Getting Started with GameCanvas

    Vikram Goyal on the Mobile Sensor API.

  • Fix This:
    Arun Gupta challenges your coding skills