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In the era of microservices and cloud-native applications, Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) is going through a major transformation. The combination of containers and continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) is enabling rapid deployment of software like never before. And thou...
Web Components are a collection of emerging web browser standards that are on a path to significantly change the way we develop UIs of web applications – a paradigm shift in web development. With polyfills already available in all modern web browsers, and full native support in Google ...
My first blog showed how to move to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) using Tomcat. This blog will show how to do the same using WebLogic Server, deploying webapps via eclipse to a remote WebLogic instance running in the cloud. Let’s say we plan to move our app to production on Ama...
Let’s say we developed an application and plan to move our app to production on Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2). Our application, in the form of a webapp, was developed using eclipse and we have tested it on Tomcat running locally. Now, we may want to test our app on an EC2 environment befo...
There are lots and lots of Apps. In fact there are over a couple of million Apps including all of the major brands, Apple, Google, Blackberry, Microsoft with Apple at the top and Microsoft in the bottom. But this is a growing market. The variety is truly bewildering, different size dev...
While testing the new JMS 2.0 API, I wanted to see an example of the remote client connecting to a messaging server. I decided to start with the HornetQ messaging server that’s embedded into JBoss Wildfly 8. Folks from JBoss sent me a link to the the GitHub project Wildfly/Quicks...
I started to use sourceforge.net. I put the source code of jquery example project in the subversion.How to checkout is in "Create Project" of the alinous
Step 1 Create a project based on my blog “UPDATED Setting up a JEE 6 Web Profile Maven Project in Eclipse using TomEE”. Step 2 Eclipse reveals its special capabilities such as specialized editors based on the project’s facet. As … Continue reading →
After building my environment for JavaServer Faces in the Eclipse IDE it was time to move onto NetBeans. It should be simple, I thought. I was very, very wrong. NetBeans Step 1 Create a new project for Maven->Web Application. Fill … Continue reading →
Setting up a Maven project in NetBeans for the purpose of JEE 6 is simpler than Eclipse. I also had a goal of creating a project that will work in NetBeans and Eclipse when loaded from a Subversion repository. Here … Continue reading →
This is an update to the blog post of just a few days ago. Never to leave well enough alone I have continued examining how to use Maven effectively in Eclipse. As such I have discovered some unneeded steps and … Continue reading →
This is the first part of a series of basic tutorials I am writing for my students. I believe that programmers should program and not be forced to become an expert on their tool. I want my students to have … Continue reading →
Many new programmers struggle when it comes to selecting their first language to learn. Which is easiest, the most professionally useful, the most newbie-friendly? Lets find out by showing you a range of options, their strengths and weaknesses, and some information about the most com...
Maven archetypes are a great way to create templates for standardized projects. The advantage of creating a maven archetype is that it can easily integrate with any IDE that supports maven compilation such as Eclipse. In SMART we provide maven archetypes to get started on developing SM...
Employees at KCOM Group have smashed their £100,000 fundraising target for the Group's Charity Partner, Sparks, which funds life-saving research into conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be.In the last 12 months employees have scaled the highest mountains and ridden t...
Employees at KCOM Group recently completed the TrekFest Challenge 2013 in the Peak District to raise over £4,000 for its Charity Partner, Sparks, which funds life-saving research into conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be.The TrekFest challenge is split into two par...
KCOM Group recently hosted its ninth annual charity golf day and raised a massive £36,000 for its Charity Partner, Sparks, which funds life-saving research into conditions affecting babies, children and mums-to-be. Employees at KCOM Group came together with customers, partners, su...
Updated Eclipse Toolkit Bootstraps Development, Continuous Integration, Deployment Environments for Many Popular Technology Stacks, Including Play Framework, GlassFish, Java EE 6 & 7, Scala and MoreBrussels, Belgium - 17th July 2013 - CloudBees, Inc., the Java Platform as a Service...
While Eclipse IDE is not the best one for JavaScript developers, it’s the most popular IDE among enterprise Java developers. If an enterprise Java developer needs to start developing in JavaScript, the first question comes to his/her mind is “Can I stay with my familiar Ecl...
Welcome to Kevin Benedict's What's New in HTML5.  HTML5 is predicted to be the dominant development environment for enterprise mobility over the next several years.  The questions are when and where should HTML5 be used today.  In this weekly update on HTML5 we report ...
The financial ROI of Cloud security and compliance is judged by decision makers in end-user organizations by the same measures as is done for Cloud computing in general, i.e. by how much it cuts up-front capital expenditure and in-house manual maintenance cost. However, manually transl...
As of 12 Jan 2013, the Eclipse native BPMN2 Modeler project has released v0.2.1. I think it is now time to us this thing instead of the dying RulesFlow editor supplied out of the box. The project site states that it will be included in the jBPM 5.3 release. You can see in figure 1 that...
In this article I’ll introduce the concept of Streaming MapReduce processing using GridGain and Scala. The choice of Scala is simply due to the fact that it provides for very concise notation and GridGain provides…
In the past year or so, we have witnessed a major shift from client-server to client-cloud. This shift is primarily fueled by two factors: mobile devices exceeding desktop computers and the thousands of different APIs available on the Internet today. What started in early 2000 on eBay ...
The Raspberry Pi is almost ready for market and the manufacturers are reportedly taking a healthy number of pre-orders for the ultra-low price single-board computer designed to fuel interest in programming at school level and beyond. Adrian Bridgwater
I don’t like most of the Flex MVC frameworks cause they force me to write more code. I do like frameworks and tools that let me write less code. But there is no free lunch and, at some point, even productive frameworks, tools, and libraries reach critical mass and the finger pointing ...
This was an interesting bug… I was working on a Web application, where Adobe Flex client was sending an instance of an ActionScript WrapperObject to the Java server, which was supposed to invoke some JBDC code to run an SQL Insert statement saving the data from the Java version of Wrap...
If you are developing a distributed application, you can’t get by with any single technology. You’re using at least one programming language and one or more frameworks. I work in the world that requires Adobe Flex and Java EE knowledge. To develop a front end I use, at a minimum, HTM...
I've made some real progress on the Maven integration with the Vordel XML Gateway. I've updated the incubator with the latest
One of the strengths of the Vordel XML Gateway is the ability of the product to be extended using Java. You can do this in two ways: JavaScript and through writing custom Filters. The really clever part about how the XML Gateway is engineered is
This is the first article in a series focused on developing iControl applications with the Java language.  I’ve picked Eclipse development platform for this set of platforms.  The goal here is to give you the directions and tools you need to make the most out of iContr...
Exadel has released Exadel JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.3.4. The biggest feature in this release is Organize Imports (just like in Java editor). The class for Text node is missing, pressing Ctrl+Shift+O, will display the dialog where the correct class can be selected. You ca...
One of the most common questions for people that are new to BIRT is about how to ask data from the DataSet in the report.  The question is when building expressions should I use dataSetRow["FIELD"] or row["FIELD"]? So let me see if I can set the record straight. When data is acq...
BIRT 2.5.2 provides a variety of tools to construct reports to analyze data. These include charts, aggregation elements, drill to detail capabilities, nested tables, data cubes and crosstabs. These features are presented very well in the AJAX based viewer when deployed to the web, supp...
Now that RichFaces 3.3.3 is out, plus JBoss Tools 3.1 was released in March, let me show you the easiest way to start with RichFaces and Tomcat 6. This doesn’t involve Maven. I’ll write a post about Maven and RichFaces some other time. The following steps assume you have J...
We recently made Eclipse update site available for Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. It’s now easier than ever to install the plug-in. Here is what you need to do. Download and install Eclipse IDE 3.5.2 for Java EE Developers. In Eclipse, go to Help/Install New Software…...
With the launch of exadel.org, it’s now very easy to try nightly builds of JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse, and view and submit new bugs. Using Jira (or the forum), you can tell us what features you would like to see in JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. Our plan is to have a very short rele...
With the launch of exadel.org, we also made a new version of JavaFX plug-in available, version 1.2.2. Download the new version here. In addition to bug fixing, it has the following new features: New JavaFX Script Wizard Outline View with navigation As we have been promising, the pl...
I’m happy to announce that our open source community and projects web site exadel.org is now live. It also hosts its first project: JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse. Why did we create this web site? Exadel always had a number of projects available on its site for download, most of them...
I admit it: “Using OSGi for the first time isn’t as fun as any of the hip new scripting languages.” Actually, it can be quite painful – especially in the beginning. You’re forced to think about things you actually don’t want to – or better put ...