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Red Hat Openshift: Getting started – Java EE6 in the Cloud

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For a while now I’m looking into ‘the cloud’. Looking into its features, what it can do, why we should switch to ‘ the cloud’, going to talks, talking to people like @maartenballiauw, who is a cloud specialist at RealDolmen. I’ve already deployed an application on google app engine (for java) and I really liked the experience. Some new concepts ...

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Quickstart WebLogic 12c with NetBeans 7.1 RC 2

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WebLogic server 12c is out since a few days. It is for “naked” Java dev – the fancy Fusion Middleware stuff will move on to 12c down the line. So, this is basically my release to run. Today I am giving you a quick start with latest NetBeans 7.1 (RC 2) and WebLogic to run the Pet Catalog example with ...

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From Spring to Java EE 6

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I recently worked on a quite complex project mixing many Java EE 6 technologies (such as JPA, JAXB, JMS, JTA, JAX-RS, etc…). For productivity and planning reasons, the prototyped application was designed as a standalone pure Spring application. When the development of the real application started, we re-challenged our initial choice (i.e. Spring v3) and analyzed the interest of switching ...

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Java EE6 CDI, Named Components and Qualifiers

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One of the biggest promises java EE6 made, was to ease the use of dependency injection. They did, using CDI. CDI, which stands for Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE, offers a base set to apply dependency injection in your enterprise application. Before CDI, EJB 3 also introduced dependency injection, but this was a bit basic. You could inject ...

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Java EE6 Events: A lightweight alternative to JMS

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The feature I’m going to talk about today is the event mechanism that is in java EE 6. The general idea is to fire an event and let an event listener pick it up. I have created this example that is totally useless, but it simplicity helps me to focus on the important stuff. I’m going to fire a LogEvent ...

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Java EE6 Decorators: Decorating classes at injection time

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A common design pattern in software is the decorator pattern. We take a class and we wrap another class around it. This way, when we call the class, we always pass trough the surrounding class before we reach the inner class. Java EE 6 lets us create decorators through CDI, as part of their AOP features. If we want to ...

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