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Enterprise Software Development with Java: Happy 8th Birthday Java!

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Sección de Metodologías de la Universidad de Murcia's curator insight, March 20, 5:43 AM

We now have production-ready builds of Java 8 available for download!

 

Several areas of the language itself, profiles, security, JavaFX, tooling, scripting, Date and Time, concurrency and a more or less lengthy list of things changed or got added. More than 8.000 bugs and features have been addressed and be incorporated into this release. The complete list can be found in the official release-notes.

 

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JSF 2.0 Eclipse IDE support | Examples Java Code Geeks

JSF 2.0 Eclipse IDE support | Examples Java Code Geeks | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
As the title clarifys, in my very first tutorial, we are going to take a glance at setting our Eclipse IDE, in order to support JSF 2.0.Οlder Eclipse EE versions, such as Ganymede (v3.4) and Galileo (v3.5), support only JSF 1.2.
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Thoughts on software development: Modular JSF applications

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Sección de Metodologías de la Universidad de Murcia's curator insight, December 17, 2013 3:56 AM

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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Create a simpe RESTful service with vert.x 2.0, RxJava and mongoDB | Java Code Geeks

Create a simpe RESTful service with vert.x 2.0, RxJava and mongoDB | Java Code Geeks | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
A new article after an hiatus of almost half a year. In this article we'll have quick look at how you can get started with vert.x and more interestingly how you can use RxJava to make programming asynchronous systems a lot easier.
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Introduction to ANT Target and Tasks with Example | TechNet

Introduction to ANT Target and Tasks with Example | TechNet | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
Ant is written in Java and only targets the OS that have a JVM written for it. In this technical resource, we will see the basics of Ant Target and tasks.
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Exception Handling with the Spring 3.2 @ControllerAdvice Annotation

Exception Handling with the Spring 3.2 @ControllerAdvice Annotation | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
A short time ago, I wrote a blog outlining how I upgraded my Spring sample code to version 3.2 and demonstrating a few of the little gotchas that arose. Since that Ive been perusing...
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Fifty Features of Java EE 7 in 50 Minutes

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SonarQube™ » Already 158 Checkstyle and PMD rules deprecated by SonarQube Java rules

SonarQube™ » Already 158 Checkstyle and PMD rules deprecated by SonarQube Java rules | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
SonarQube is an open source quality management platform, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure source code quality, from the portfolio to the method.
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5 Common Mistakes Made By Java Programmers

5 Common Mistakes Made By Java Programmers | Java EE 6 Development | 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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Java Evangelist John Yeary's Blog: JSF/CDI Tip of the Day: How to create a @Producer for JSF

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How To Implement Input Validation For REST resources

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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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AngularFaces: Calling AngularJS Controllers via a:CommandButton

AngularFaces: Calling AngularJS Controllers via  a:CommandButton | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
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Stephan Rauh's comment, August 9, 2013 3:00 PM
There's a word missing in the headline. It should read "calling AngularJS Controller via a:CommandButton".
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Thanks a lot Stephan!!! Keep posting great content!
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PrimeFaces vs RichFaces vs IceFaces

PrimeFaces vs RichFaces vs IceFaces | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
In this tutorial we will compare three commonly used libraries which are used on the top of your JSF implementation. Richfaces, IceFaces and Primefaces.
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Java Evangelist John Yeary's Blog: JSF 2.x Tip of the Day: How Do I Remove a @ManagedBean ?

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Comparison between OAuth (Open Authentication) and OpenID | TechNet

Comparison between OAuth (Open Authentication) and OpenID | TechNet | Java EE 6 Development | 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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Sección de Metodologías de la Universidad de Murcia's curator insight, November 19, 2013 6:39 AM

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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How to structure large angularJS applications

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Great article for beginners to experienced angularjs users

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PHP vs JAVA : Who Win?

PHP vs JAVA : Who Win? | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
Many people ask me almost every week or so: Which one is better between PHP and Java? I come with their solution and discussed each of important points that show which language is better than other.
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Tarun Singh's comment, September 28, 2013 2:45 PM
java is used to develop rich application. It is robust. PHP is good for java is used to develop rich application. It is robust. PHP is good for web designing.. moreover PHP is easier than Java and I will give plus to PHP coming to web design and Plus to java coming to complete application framework..
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Thoughts on software development: PrimeFaces Extensions 1.0.0.RC1 released

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Java Evangelist John Yeary's Blog: JSF 2.x Tip of the Day: FacesMessage Severity Differences Between Mojarra and MyFaces

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Why REST is so important

Why REST is so important | Java EE 6 Development | Scoop.it
This post is dedicated to REST, an architectural style of shaping webservices and the most misunderstood concept in the history of IT. This post is addressed to you who is designing webservice apis not...
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