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J2EE

Content at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/java_ee_6_glassfish_spark
on Mar 2, 2010
According to the PrimeFaces website, "PrimeFaces is an open source component suite for Java Server Faces featuring 70+ Ajax powered rich set of JSF components. Additional TouchFaces module features a UI kit for developing mobile web applications.". Since it is an OpenSource JSF implementation that is very close to releasing JSF 2.0 compliant components, I figured it was time to try it...
on Jan 7, 2010

Databases

Content at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/latest_features_of_java_persistence
on Feb 18, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/totd_122_creating_a_jpa
on Feb 10, 2010
If you are reading this blog it means you want to use JasperReport with dynamically programmatically generated images. An example of such use cases in generating complex charts using JFreeChart and then including these charts into reports. Each report in JasperReport uses a datasource to populate the fields, we need to use JRBeanCollectionDataSource which can be considered as a simple collection...
on Sep 21, 2009

NetBeans

I recently got pointed to that link: http://java.dzone.com/news/ant-18-scanning-leaves-171 I read the news with some pleasure reminding me that I still like Ant based builds very much over Maven in many cases. Of course there are a lot of well maintained projects on the web that work very well with Maven. You never know how many enthusiasts-hours have been spent to make that happen. However, in...
on Feb 17, 2010
Where I live (Connecticut, US), a popular bumper sticker is "Motorcycles Are Everywhere!" That's what I was reminded of as I surveyed the past week's posts by Geerjan Wielenga, and saw that he has discovered several interesting YANPAs (Yet Another NetBeans Platform Application, as he sometimes calls them). It really begins to appear that, like motorcycles, YANPAs are indeed everywhere!...
on Feb 10, 2010
Geertjan has discovered Urban Surveillance Research on the NetBeans Platform: Yet another NetBeans Platform application is part of the Centibots project. This project, a.k.a. the "100 Robots Project", funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), is aimed at developing new technology to support the coordinated deployment of as many as 100 robots for missions such as urban...
on Oct 22, 2009
In a recent blog post, Geertjan Wielenga shows "How to Create a GUI Editor on the NetBeans Platform": There's a lot of interest in creating GUI editors via the Visual Library. So I'm creating a small example that will show how to do that. The palette is filled with JavaBeans that are registered in the layer, meaning that the editor is extensible via the System FileSystem. When a palette item...
on Sep 20, 2009
Tony Epple posted Simplest possible Drag&Drop implementation for Visual Library: Two days ago I blogged about how to create a new ExplorerView by Combining ListView and ChoiceView. Today I'll show you how to use this view as a palette for a Visual Library scene. It's very simple, AbstractNodes already implement everything needed for this. In the NestedListView -as in any ListView- dragging...
on Aug 28, 2009

Programming

Our lead Java Today story is JAX-RS with Jersey: An Introduction, by Dustin Marx. I found this intersting, because a few weeks ago I spent some time studing Jersey, as I thought about resurrecting an old project of mine, and redeploying it using GlassFish, Jersey, and other current Java technologies. Dustin begins his introduction with: The JAX-RS (JSR 311: The Java API for RESTful Web...
on Feb 11, 2010
When I started the mavenization of my projects, in July, I really didn't figure out that it would have been such a painful and long process. It is literally consuming me - also because I'm longing to see the end of the conversion, so I can resume the development. The first mavenized projects, BetterBeansBinding, jrawio and Mistral, were reasonably easy, also considering that I had to...
on Sep 25, 2009

JavaOne

Entry posted to my new blog.
on Feb 4, 2010

EJB

The long awaited and the most looked upon version of GlassFish released today. GlassFish v3 fully implements Java EE 6 specification which means EJB 3.1, Servlet 3, JAX-RS, JPA 2, Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE, Bean validation, Java EE profiles and so on.  GlassFish is not only the most up to date application server but it also benefits from a very good architecture. GlassFish...
on Dec 17, 2009
NetBeans 6.8 released coordinated with GlassFish v3 today. NetBeans 6.8 can be considered a fine step ahead of NetBeans because Sun is officially supporting the NetBeans RCP platform as a product from now on. NetBeans 6.8 features are as follow: Java Enterprise Edition 6 support Web Projects with JavaServer Faces 2.0 (Facelets) JavaFX 1.2.1 support Kenai.com: Connected Developer Full support...
on Dec 17, 2009
This is a very basic review of active and available open source Java EE Application servers and Servlet container (Web containers) to let the community know which active containers are available and what is the general status of each container. The article can simply act as a start point for anyone need to select one of them for later use in development or product. Detailed comparison of these...
on Nov 17, 2009

J2SE

I was involved with development of a RCP application based on NetBeans platform and now I find few minutes to share some of the experience with you. All standard coding and best practices are applicable here. Use project management systems like Trac or any project management system that you know. Never start a project without a project management system. Use coding standard, unit testing, desing...
on Sep 4, 2009