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Java Desktop

Do You Want to Get This Message? by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, and Iwein Fuld, authors of Spring Integration in Action Spring Integration allows you to selectively process messages and define alternative routes within the system. In this article, based on chapter 6 of Spring Integration in Action, you'll see how you can limit the scope of what your components will handle by...
on Oct 19, 2012
My name is Haim Michael, I am the General Manager for Zindell Technologies and I am an eternal student and a lecturer. I chose to develop the abelski web site for the benefit of all people world wide. I have started to develop it in November 2007 and I continuously update its courses and add new ones. All courses on this web site are available for free personal and academic usage.  The...
on Oct 4, 2010

JXTA

Two exiting news about JXTA :-)  First, the JXTA community just released an enhanced JXTA bidding (jxta-jxme 2.5) for J2ME MIP2.0.  If you want to learn more about the new JXTA MIDP 2.0 implementation and check how to connect your phone with a PC and  printer, check Mohamed's video.  Second, Bondolo just announced the availability of a Grizzly NIO patch...
on Feb 29, 2008
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. One of the first major changes to occur in the JXSE 2.5 development cycle was our transition from Log4J to java.util.logging. I previously blogged here how we used Jackpot to do the conversion...
on Oct 14, 2007
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. JXSE 2.4 was the first version to require Java Standard Edition 5.0. For that release we used only a small amount of JSE 5 specific functionality. The requirement of JSE 5.0 was primarily about...
on Oct 9, 2007
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. JXSE 2.4 was the first version to require Java Standard Edition 5.0. For that release we used only a small amount of JSE 5 specific functionality. The requirement of JSE 5.0 was primarily about...
on Sep 13, 2007
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. One thing that's cool about working on an open source project is that every so often a community member you've never heard of will speak up and make a brilliant suggestion that even after years of...
on Sep 12, 2007
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. One of the most exciting new developments related to JXSE 2.5 is the new edition of the JXSE Programmers Guide that will accompany it's release. Mohamed Abdelaziz (hamada) began working on updating...
on Sep 12, 2007
JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few of the important changes in the upcoming release. JXSE provides two primary low-level message transports; TCP and HTTP. In the vast majority of cases, even for peers which are behind NAT and firewalls, the TCP message transport is used because it...
on Sep 5, 2007
The next release of JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0, JXSE 2.5 "Pavlova", is finally nearing completion. The Pavlova release is the result of tremendous effort over the last ten months. Pavlova will contain significant enhancements to JXSE along with the usual mix of refinements and bug fixes.    By far this release of the JXTA for JavaSE is the most stable and performant release to...
on Sep 4, 2007
For the last couple of weeks the JXTA project has gone through the difficult process of moving. Moving an open source project is, in most ways, easier than moving in the real world. For one thing, we haven't had to bribe our friends with beer and pizza in order to get them to help. Seriously though, it's been a significant amount of work for everyone involved to move all of the JXTA projects from...
on Jun 29, 2007
The Shoal Framework provides a cluster communication and event mechanisms. Shoal's  core service (GMS), enables an application to dynamically become a member of  a predefined cluster, and as such, is subscribed to cluster events, such as : - Member join, planned shutdown, failures - Recovery member selection - Automated delegated recovery initiation A cluster member is also able to...
on Nov 9, 2006
A couple of weeks ago I mentioned a new PSE based Access Service for JXTA. Well, a primordial version has now appeared as part of issue #1517. The current version is functional, but not deployable since it isn't actually secure. The point of posting this early version is to attempt to better understand the required API and usage patterns. I encourage JXTA application developers to begin...
on Apr 14, 2006
Joan has just started a new project in the JXTA community at java.net. His project https://juxtacat.dev.java.net/ is just starting, but looks very interesting. Here is his description of the project: The jxta-based project, called Juxta-CAT, is an effort to use the JXTA architecture to build a job execution-sharing distributed environment. The client peers from this network can use this...
on Feb 16, 2006
i recently got a chance to catch 2 myjxta players in action: the full story is a bit more involved but in short this picture recaps, in a nutshell, the fun i and the handful of myjxta code slingers have had as of late. it has truly been a blast, working with "just do it" types who don't necessarily subscribe to conventional wisdom. we've had some really interesting discussions of late and...
on Dec 16, 2005
We all know that Java 5 represents one of the most significant evolutions of the Java language since its inception. And Java 5 is taking root and sprouting at different rates in different environments. The tool makers are the rapid adopters, of course. The IT houses are obviously going to proceed more slowly, more cautiously. So I was thinking about all of these new features in the language...
on Sep 23, 2005
Just wanted to take this time to introduce myself and describe what kinds of things you can expect to see in this blog. My name is Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi and I'm a Java developer and consultant based in Jacksonville Florida. I've been using Java for about 6 years now. My current interest lie in P2P applications, especially those using JXTA. I'm the owner of the dreamcatcher project, a committer to...
on Sep 2, 2005
Lately there has been several inquiries about JXTA's PipeService, and companion utilities (JxtaSocket, JxtaMulticastSocket, and JxtaBiDiPipe) on JXTA's discussion lists, hence this blog to shed more light on the PipeService and utilities provided, and their inherit features. The initial goal of the PipeService was to provide primitive (unidirectional, and unreliable) message based communication...
on Aug 23, 2005
This week the JXTA community executed an impressive "triple-play", releasing simultaneously, for the first time in the project history, 3 different implementations of the JXTA P2P protocols. The 3 implementations are fully compliant and interoperable enabling the deployment of self-organizing, scalable, and secure P2P applications on devices ranging from sensors, phones, ipods, PDAs, PCs, TVs,...
on Jun 17, 2005
There's no reason to wonder any longer. The JXTA platform is well suited for the task, and provides several mechanisms which allow a variety of features which can be offered by such applications. i.e. Imagine if members of a JXTA virtual multicast group could dynamically self organize, then they can easily self organize into replica and consumer nodes, whereby objects are transparently...
on Jun 14, 2005