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POJOs, VO, DTO y JavaBeans (Video) - Arquitectura Java

POJOs, VO, DTO y JavaBeans (Video) - Arquitectura Java | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
Video sobre las diferencias en #JavaEE entre POJOs , JavaBeans Business Object ,DTO y VO
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Primera norma europea de Accesibilidad en Tecnologías de la Información

Establece los requisitos funcionales que garantizarán que los productos y servicios TIC sean accesibles para todas las personas; desde teléfonos móviles hasta ordenadores, pasando por páginas web, orientados tanto hacia compras públicas como para el resto de usos.
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Esta norma, la EN 301 549 ‘Requisitos de accesibilidad adecuados para la contratación pública de productos y servicios TIC en Europa’, establece los requisitos funcionales que garantizarán que los productos y servicios TIC sean accesibles para todas las personas; por ejemplo, desde un teléfono móvil, hasta ordenadores, pasando por páginas web; así, los requisitos para la web se basan en las directrices de accesibilidad de contenidos web WCAG 2.0, desarrolladas por W3C, estando en línea con los indicados en la norma española UNE 139803, ‘Requisitos de accesibilidad para contenidos en la Web’. Además, la norma europea describe los procedimientos de ensayo y la metodología de evaluación de cada uno de ellos.

 

El documento, cuya publicación está prevista a lo largo de febrero, está orientado tanto a compras públicas como al resto de usos; de hecho, la directiva europea de compras públicas, recientemente aprobada por el Parlamento Europeo, contempla la aplicación de requisitos de accesibilidad para las personas con discapacidad. La norma será adoptada próximamente al catálogo español como UNE-EN 301 549 por parte de AENOR, la entidad legalmente responsable del desarrollo de las normas técnicas en España.

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Demystifying Hadoop for Data Architects, DBAs, Devs and BI Teams

Demystifying Hadoop for Data Architects, DBAs, Devs and BI Teams | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
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Data becomes big data when the volume, velocity, and/or variety of data gets to the point where it is too difficult or too expensive for traditional systems to handle.  Big data is not when when the data reaches a certain volume velocity of data ingestion or type of data.  Big data is when traditional systems are no longer viable solutions due to the volume, velocity and/or variety of data.

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2014 Java middleware predictions

2014 Java middleware predictions cite cloud, data and more
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One of the major events in Java middleware in 2013 was the launch of Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 7 by the Java Community Process stewarded by Oracle.

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Steve Millidge is founder and director of C2B2, a U.K. consultancy focused on Java middleware for optimizing performance, scalability, high availability and more. His predictions are:

 

1.- Major vendors of Java EE application servers will ship Java EE 7-compatible versions of their products, and developers will start their first Java EE 7 applications.

 

2.- Low-footprint Java middleware open source projects and products will appear for these platforms (the "Internet of Things" IoT) to essentially mediate, as middleware always does, the connectivity and shipping of data to and from the device and the data centers crunching the data.

 

3.- As a consequence of the IoT and big data streams, in 2014 we will see an increasing use of Java complex event processing platforms, combined with Java in-memory data grids to provide real-time event filtering, correlation and querying in front of big data technologies such as Hadoop and HBase to power the real-time Web.

 

4.- WebSockets will truly disrupt and change the way Web application architecture is conceived and delivered, flipping the architecture of the Web from a request-reply model to a push event-driven model. 2014 is the year that all Web developers will need to get their heads around WebSockets.

 

5.- Organizations will increasingly deploy Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), either public or private, for managing virtual machines. As a consequence of this, more and more Java applications will be deployed on IaaS platforms, and Java middleware architects will have to bridge data and functionality across public and private cloud.

 

6.- Java Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers will remain niche and will only be used for simple applications with fairly standard topologies. The big enterprise applications will remain deployed on custom configured Java middleware platforms, albeit increasingly built on public and private IaaS platforms.

 

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Modular JSF applications

Modular JSF applications | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it

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It would be interesting to know if there is a simple and lightweight solution in the JEE world to develop modular JSF2 applications, to gather and to present them in one portal-like web application automatically. Sure, there are OSGi and complex Portals Bridges providing support for JSR-168 or JSR-286 compliant Portlet development. But fortunately, JSF 2 already provides a simple possibility for that "under the hood". With less effort we can build a portal-like software. All what we need are JSF 2 and CDI - de-facto standard DI framework in the Java world.

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How-to: Modular Java EE Applications with CDI and PrettyFaces

How-to: Modular Java EE Applications with CDI and PrettyFaces | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
I was recently asked the question, "Is it possible to create a modular JSF application, where JAR-files act as plug-ins and allow xhtml views, images, css,
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RestFul API Testing with Cucumber and Rack-Test in the BDD

RestFul API Testing with Cucumber and Rack-Test in the BDD | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
BDD, Automation, REST, RestFul, API Testing, Cucumber, Rake Test, Gherkin, HTTP, Agile, Testing, Shashikant86, Shashikant Jagtap

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Using Cucumber and Rack Test, we can perform API testing within te same Ruby process

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Java 8: Lambdas

Java 8: Lambdas | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
Java Magazine is an essential source of knowledge about Java technology, the Java programming language, and Java-based applications for people who rely on them in their professional careers, or who aspire to.
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Es la 2ª parte del artículo que empezó en la revista anterior (Julio/Agosto), y que puedes ver en  http://www.oraclejavamagazine-digital.com/javamagazine/july_august_2013#pg35

 

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Fifty Features of Java EE 7 in 50 Minutes

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Test Automation from inside: JBehave vs Cucumber JVM comparison

Test Automation from inside: JBehave vs Cucumber JVM comparison | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
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It's interesting to check the Cucumber Java capabilities against JBehave to make comparison more or less valuable.

 

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Testing Java EE 6 with Arquillian (incl. JPA, EJB, Bean Validation and CDI)

Testing Java EE 6 with Arquillian (incl. JPA, EJB, Bean Validation and CDI) | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
For a very long time, I heard quite a lot of people saying good things about Arquillian. Whilst I have been reading articles around its use, I couldn’t really find one that covers some...

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How To Implement Input Validation For REST resources

How To Implement Input Validation For REST resources | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
The SaaS platform I'm working on has a RESTful interface that accepts XML payloads. Implementing REST Resources For a Java shop like us, it makes sense to use JAX-B to generate JavaBean classes fro...

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¿Cómo evitar bucles infinitos en Drools?

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Los bucles infinitos son un problema con el que nos podemos encontrar al trabajar con Drools, sobre todo si estamos empezando a conocerlo y aún no tenemos claros algunos conceptos.

 

Hay que tener en cuenta que, si tenemos una regla que modifica un objeto, esta modificación puede reactivar la misma regla u otras que, tras su ejecución, vuelvan a activar la primera. Podemos encontrar bucles realmente complejos y complicados de solventar programáticamente.

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Supply cloud-level data scalability with NoSQL databases

Supply cloud-level data scalability with NoSQL databases | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
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The debate between the NoSQL and RDBMS factions will probably never generate a definitive answer. Most likely, the best possible answer will be that different data management solutions will coexist in a single application. For example, I can imagine an application which uses different data stores for different purposes:

 

- An SQL RDBMS for low-volume, high-value data such as user profiles and billing information.

- A key/value store for high-volume, low-value data such as hit counts and logs.

- A file storage service for user-uploaded assets such as photos, sound files, and big binary files.

- A document database for storing the application documents such as bills.

 

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OWASP Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework

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The OWASP Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework is an advanced Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability detection and exploitation framework. It provides Zero False Positive scan results with its unique Triple Browser Engine (Trident, WebKit, and Gecko) embedded scanner. It is claimed to have the world's 2nd largest XSS Payloads of about 1500 + distinctive XSS Payloads for effective XSS vulnerability detection and WAF Bypass. It is incorporated with a feature rich Information Gathering module for target Reconnaissance. The Exploit Framework includes highly offensive XSS exploitation modules for Penetration Testing and Proof of Concept creation

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12 Outdated Web Features That Need to Disappear in 2014

12 Outdated Web Features That Need to Disappear in 2014 | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
We asked 12 entrepreneurs which website features small businesses should avoid (or get rid of) at all costs.
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1. Irrelevant Elements
2. Flash Intros
3. Photo Carousel
4. Large Hero Images
5. Stock Photos
6. Animated GIF Flags
7. Autoplay Videos
8. Automated Popups
9. 'Hello World' Blog Post
10. Sidebars
11. Reloading Pages
12. M.dot Sites

 

 

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Spring to Java EE – A Migration Experience

Spring to Java EE – A Migration Experience | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
So Java EE 6 is out, and you've decided to give it a go. You're trying to port an existing application over to the new stack (or are trying to create a new
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Comparison between OAuth (Open Authentication) and OpenID

Comparison between OAuth (Open Authentication) and OpenID | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
OAuth is an open standard protocol for authorization and OpenID is a standard protocol for authentication which also uses HTTP just like OAuth. Lets see the comparison between OAuth and OpenID with example.

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Si quieres una explicación en español sobre las Diferencias entre OAuth y OpenID, visita el siguiente enlace http://www.fortytwo.es/web/items/250/624/

 

 

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HTML5 Testing in All Browsers with Java

HTML5 Testing in All Browsers with Java | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
Would you love to test your HTML5 app in all browsers? The biggest challenge in writing HTML5 applications is that your application must run on many platforms,
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5 Common Mistakes Made By Java Programmers

5 Common Mistakes Made By Java Programmers | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
Although to err is human, but when these errors occur in a Java code that you have created after hours of hard work, they can actually be highly frustrating for the programmer himself!

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Although to err is human, but when these errors occur in a Java code that you have created after hours of hard work, they can actually be highly frustrating for the programmer himself!

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Cucumber BDD framework: Setup and the Basics

Cucumber BDD framework: Setup and the Basics | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it

Out there in the wild, there are a lot of good acceptance test tools and BDD frameworks – and we already had numerous blog posts here at the codecentric blog about the Robot Framework, Fitnesse, JBehave, Geb and others. One big player in this area is still missing: Cucumber.

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This post is an introduction to Cucumber, a BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) framework that can be used to write acceptance tests for web applications which are very readable, maintainable and elegant.

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Oracle Weblogic : Tuning JDBC Data Source parameters

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PrimeFaces Extensions 1.0.0.RC1 released

PrimeFaces Extensions 1.0.0.RC1 released | Desarrollo WEB | Scoop.it
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PrimeFaces Extensions is not only a component set, converters and client behaviors. It also consist of useful Maven plugins and various Add-ons simplifying Web and especially JSF development.

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