Java Web Services and XML
By default, all connections to the Oracle Cloud are encrypted. Browsers automatically import the necessary certificates, however, when trying to access these services from a Java client, you will not be immediately successful.
In this blog entry I outline the steps necessary to deploy JAX-RS (JSR 311) RESTful web services to the Oracle Cloud. We'll be using Jersey, which is the reference implementation for JAX-RS, and JDeveloper, which is my primary Java IDE.
In the most recently completed Java.net poll, developers overwhelmingly considered the HTML 5 related enhancements in Java EE 7 to be the most important. The poll highlighted five of the many areas of enhancement that will be included in Java EE 7, and provided a "Something else" option as well. The 1631 votes...
The Belgian Java User Group (BeJUG) has decided to adopt JSR 356: Java API for WebSocket. In late November, Johan Vos posted a message to the Java.net Adopt-a-JSR Members mailing list stating some of the reasoning behind the group's decision to adopt this particular JSR...
Nowadays there are too many NOSQL database, with different architecture and data structure. However with much variety they share one thing in common: Only search information from the keys. A good option is uses other service to help the NOSQL databases. In this post will how the Lucene does work together a NOSQL database, join two world in one application.
Java User Groups
Acteur - a framework for building scalable, asynchronous web applications using Netty + Guice with an interesting programming model
Some thoughts on caching, HTTP and otherwise:
A few thoughts on how logging ought to be over at my new blog.
Do what you think is interesting, do something that you think is fun and worthwhile, otherwise you won’t do it well anyway.
Ladies and Gentlemen, really we went too far with the server-side. Yes, as much as we have dramatically invented ways that shouldn't be invented or at least in the way they are. But as an argument for our defense, we can only reply to that, it'...
What is SPARQL?
by David Wood, Marsha Zaidman, Luke Ruth, and Michael Hausenblas, authors of Linked Data
SPARQL is the query language for RDF and Linked Data. SPARQL is to RDF data as the Structured Query Language (SQL) is to a relational database. SPARQL's name is nicely pronounceable and sounds interesting and fresh. SPARQL is interesting and fresh. This article, based on chapter 5 from...
Six Ways You're Using Responsive Design Wrong
by Matthew Carver, author of The Responsive Web
Staying on the cutting edge of of web design can be tough, and oftentimes you only learn from making mistakes. Making mistakes is sometimes the best way to know that you are breaking new ground. In this article, Matthew Carver, the author of The Responsive Web, gives a few tips that his experience in...
Defining Functional Data Structures
by Paul Chiusano and Rúnar Bjarnason, authors of Functional Programming in Scala
Functional programs do not update variables or modify data structures. This raises pressing questions—what sort of data structures we use in functional programming, how do we define them can in Scala, and how do we operate over these data structures? This article,...
The Foundations of Mobile First Design
by Matthew Carver, author of The Responsive Web
In this article from The Responsive Web, author Matthew Carver opens up a discussion of how to build a site for a mobile or small-screen device using a graphic design program, such as Photoshop.
Building a site in its smallest iteration first affords the designer a lot of opportunities. By starting in a...
Natural User Interaction with Drag-and-Drop
by Rob Crowther, author of Hello! HTML5 and CSS3
From 0 to First Hit with Grails Support
by Glen Smith and Peter Ledbrook, authors of Grails in Action, Second Edition
Grails is a next-generation Java web development framework that generates great developer productivity gains through the confluence of a dynamic language, a Convention over Configuration philosophy, powerfully pragmatic supporting tools, and an agile perspective drawn from the...
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...
Architecture and Star Schema
by William D. Back, Nicholas Goodman, and Julian Hyde, authors of Mondrian in Action
Mondrian is expecting to perform its analytic magic on top of a star schema. In this article, based on chapter 3 of Mondrian in Action, the authors cover the general architecture of an analytic solution and then explore star schemas, the "best practice" database modeling technique...
Searching at Scale
by Trey Grainger and Timothy Potter, authors of Solr in Action
One of the most appealing aspects of Solr, beyond its speed, relevancy, and powerful text searching features, is how well it scales. In this article, based on chapter 3 of Solr in Action, the authors explain how Solr is able to scale to handle billions of documents while still maintaining lightning-fast search...
Here are my slides on my "Remoting Retrospective" presentation at JavaOne 2012.