New Poll: What's Your Initial Impression of the New java.net?
The new java.net went live Monday evening (Americas time). There's a lot that's new, lots of changes. And, a few bugs are still being stomped out. But, still, I'm wondering: What's your initial impression of the new java.net? That's our new poll question.
Voting will be open for the next week.
Here are the news stories we're currently featuring in our Java news section.
Joe Darcy points out Project Coin: Developer Preview Documentation:
I've posted documentation of the semantics of the Project Coin features as implemented in the JDK 7 developer preview, b130, at: http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~darcy/ProjectCoin/ProjectCoin-Documentation-v0.83.html Before sending in comments or questions about a feature to
coin-dev, please read the discussion section after a feature. Many design considerations are discussed in those sections...
Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine discusses the news that Java EE 7 has been filed as JSR 342:
Taking a little break from the coverage of the GlassFish 3.1 release, here is some important news coming from the JCP front: Java EE 7 has been filed as JSR 342. If you've been tracking this space the main themes should come as no surprise: Cloud, Latest web standards, Modularity, and Ease of Development. To familiarize yourself more with the current thinking around Java EE 7, I'd like to remind you of this recent interview with spec lead Roberto Chinnici...
Arun Gupta presents TOTD #157: GlassFish 3.1 Blogs & Screencasts -
GlassFish 3.1 was released yesterday ... yay! This Tip Of The Day (TOTD) will provide the list of blogs/screencasts produced by the GlassFish team: 1. Connecting Securely to GlassFish via JMX (Prasad); 2. Securing Administration in GlassFish Server 3.1 - 1: Admin Authentication (Tim); 3. Securing Administration in GlassFish Server 3.1 - 2: Remote Administration (Tim)...
Geertjan Wielenga writes about the i18nchecker tool:
i18nchecker is a tool resulting from the discussion inspired by a trip to Experian in Monaco (where a risk management system on the NetBeans Platform is created) "One Big Bundle File For Internationalization" in this blog, from 1 December 2010. In that discussion, Tim Dudgeon from ChemAxon...
Our latest java.net href="http://www.java.net/archive/spotlight">Spotlight is Bob Rhubart's Java.net Reborn:
Java.net, the home of Java community projects, has been re-launched with a new look and new tools for developers. The move from CollabNet to the Kenai infrastructure offers more flexibility for developers who want to host or contribute to community projects. Instead of the large, fixed infrastructure per project (for example, several mailing lists per project), Kenai's ala carte features allow users to take only what they need...
We're also still featuring Yuli Vasiliev's article, How to XQuery Non-JDBC Sources from JDBC:
It has been possible to use XQuery, the query and programming language for manipulating XML data, from JDBC code since the release of Oracle Database 10g Release 2, when XQuery first appeared in Oracle XML DB. However, using the XQuery and XML DB features that first became available with Oracle Database 11g Release 2 -- like extension-expression pragmas and indexing unstructured XML content – can now significantly improve the efficiency of your JDBC code making XQuery queries...
Our current java.net poll asks What's your initial impression of the new java.net? Voting will be open until Monday.
Subscriptions and Archives: You can subscribe to this blog using the java.net Editor's Blog Feed. You can also subscribe to the Java Today RSS feed and the java.net blogs feed. You can find historical archives of what has appeared the front page of java.net in the java.net home page archive.