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Mobility

It has been a long time since I posted anything on java.net. However, I've been working on a new open-source project recently that may be of interest so I thought I would mention it: https://github.com/gk-brown/WebRPC From the project's README: "WebRPC is a mechanism for executing remote procedure calls via HTTP. It is an intentionally simple protocol that is designed primarily to address common...
on Aug 31, 2015

Community

[url=http://www.univ-bobo.bf/spip.php?rubrique9]Ecole Sup
on Jul 29, 2015
Webinar Notes: Typesafe William Hill Omnia Patrick Di Loreto My friend Oliver White is doing his usual bang-up job in his new gig at TypeSafe. One aspect is the humble webinar. Here are my notes for one that caught my eye, Using Spark, Kafka, Cassandra and Akka on Mesos for Real-Time Personalization. This is a very dense but well delivered presentation by Patrick Di Loreto who helped develop a...
on Jul 1, 2015
JavaLand 2015 Wrap Up After months of preparation, it all came down to three days of intense execution, and I was just one speaker. I can only marvel at the logistical acumen that was on display from the JavaLand and DOAG team. I had an action packed agenda: two conference sessions, two Early Adopter's Area (EAA) session, and one training day session. Thrown into the mix were a couple 1:1...
on Mar 30, 2015
Indonesia has released the domain .id to public with Indonesia ID, and more more website using this domain, the domain is costly around $50/year. in Another world, with this domain, we can make the domain become an identity portal. And yes we are the one that using it (http://www.merv.id), and we also release the OAuth Server, take a look https://github.com/meruvian/yama, a 2-in-1 project that...
on Nov 23, 2014
The flow of my JavaOne 2014 experience had each day getting progressively less demanding. Day zero was an eight hour class. Day one was booth duty, a session , EG meeting, and a BOF. By day two, Tuesday, my involvement had reduced to presenting one session, participating in the Hackergarten and meet the experts areas, and a panel discussion. The day began by co-presenting a session with Heather...
on Oct 9, 2014
Update 1: added content about Greg Wilkin's Async IO session. The first real day of the conference began with session one of two obligatory Oracle booth duty assignments. Our booth had two foci: showing off Java EE 7 using the Cargo Tracker Blueprints Application and providing insight into our plans for Java EE 8. To spice things up a bit and perhaps draw some people in, I brought along my kit-...
on Oct 7, 2014

Web Applications

Recent Ripple of JSF Extensions My colleague Manfred Riem tipped me off to a new framework built on JSF, ButterFaces. This whimsical name started an amusing Twitter thread, but also, and much more importantly brought several other new JSF extensions to light. This is the sort of thing that I used to look to Kito Mann's JSF Central Frameworks Page for, but it seems that needs an update. So, in...
on Jun 1, 2015
JavaLand Training Day Teaser With only 61 days to go until JavaLand 2015, it's high time for a preview of the Training Day session I am pleased to offer with my friend Oliver Szymanksi. Briefly, this session is a full day treatment of the parts of Java EE 7 that intersect with the world of HTML5 web development. While the session is an update of the successful class we offered at JavaOne San...
on Dec 26, 2014
I’m happy to report that the 2014 edition of the Web Framework Smackdown is shaping up to be a good one. This year we have a solid lineup, and for the first time we are going beyond Java with the inclusion of Misko Hevery representing AnguarJS and Pete Hunt representing React. Representing a more Java-centric approach to UI we have myself (representing JavaEE and JSF) and Joonas Lehtinen...
on Jun 22, 2014

Web Development Tools

After a short hiatus from blogging, I
on Apr 7, 2015

JSP

Oracle Developer Cloud Service is included as a free entitlement with Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Messaging Cloud Service. The Developer Cloud Service includes all the tools you need to support the team development lifecycle. There are popular open source tools such as Git, Maven and Hudson. There's also task management, code reviews and a wiki. The easiest way to experience the Oracle...
on Oct 22, 2014

JavaOne

Day three was definitely the high point of the conference for me. As anyone who has spoken at tech conferences knows, the point in time when all of one's sessions have been given is the turning point between tempered enjoyment and pure enjoyment of the conference. I was blessed with the scheduling this year; I was all done after Wednesday. This put me in a great frame of mind to enjoy the...
on Oct 17, 2014

Security

Once upon a time, I published one article explaining the principle to build Stateless Session. Coincidentally, we are working on the same task again, but this time, for a multi-tenant application. This time, instead of building the authentication mechanism ourselves, we integrate our solution into Spring Security framework. This article will explain our approach and implementation. Business...
on Sep 7, 2014

Blogging

Around 3 months ago, I have posted one article explaining our approach and consideration to build Cloud Application. From this article, I will gradually share our practical design to solve this challenge. As mentioned before, our final goal is to build a Saas big data analysis application, which will deployed in AWS servers. In order to fulfill this goal, we need to build distributed crawling,...
on Aug 28, 2014
When I started my career as a Java developer close to 10 years ago, the industry is going through a revolutionary change. Spring framework, which was released in 2003, was quickly gaining ground and became a serious challenger to the bulky J2EE platform. Having gone through the transition time, I quickly found myself in favour of Spring framework instead of J2EE platform, even the earlier...
on Jul 14, 2014
When I started my career around 10 years ago, Struts MVC is the norm in the market. However, over the years, I observed the Spring MVC slowly gaining popularity. This is not a surprise to me, given the seamless integration of Spring MVC with Spring container and the flexibility and extensibility that it offers. From my journey with Spring so far, I usually saw people making some common mistakes...
on Jul 5, 2014

Programming

The Acteur async web framework has grown some new features over the last year. A really, really simple way to write small, scalable REST servers.
on Aug 24, 2014
I've been developing webapps pretty much since the start of the web in the second half of the 90s, and in Java ever since the first edition of Java EE. During that time, I've met many people and have seen many different approaches to both the development and the testing of the code. One of the funnier parts of web app testing was a testing method used by one of the people I worked with. Between...
on May 26, 2014

Accessibility

Have you recently checked out your company
on Jun 5, 2014