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Hibernate 4.3 ORM Tool

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Hibernate has recently released the final version of Hibernate ORM 4.3, a Java-based ORM framework that also supports stored procedures and entity graphs. ORM Tool Hibernate 4.3 Released, Implementing JPA 2.1 Specification introduces the main features of the release, which are in short: Support for working with stored procedure and function calls, across both providers and database vendors. UPDATE and ...

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Apache Camel 2.11 released

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Last week Apache Camel 2.11 was released. This blog post is a summary of the most noticeable new features and improvements. For a detailed description, see the Camel 2.11 release notes. 1) New components As usual each new release contains a number of new components, contributed by our large user base. Thanks guys. For example there is camel-cmis which allows ...

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Brace yourselves – Spring Framework 4.0 is coming!

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A few days ago SpringSource announced that the 4.0 version of the popular Spring framework is on the road. The next iteration will be Spring Framework 4.0! As SpringSource states, the focus of the upcoming version is on “emerging enterprise themes in 2013 and beyond”: Support for Java SE 8 Spring applications Configuring and implementing Spring-style applications using Groovy 2 ...

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Hibernate Search 4.2 final released: spatial query supported

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JBoss has announced the release of Hibernate Search 4.2 final. You may download it from Sourceforge or use the Maven artifacts. In the new release, some interesting features are included: Hibernate Search now supports spatial queries. With the Spatial extensions you can combine fulltext queries with restrictions based on distance from a point in space, filter results based on distances ...

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Introducing Spring Scala project

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The Spring Scala project was first revealed to the world last October at SpringOne2GX. SpringSource now has revealed more information about it as well as how it can be used in Scala projects. Spring Scala project is here in order to bring the power of Spring framework in Scala. It combines the best of two worlds, Spring framework and Scala. ...

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Spring Shell Project Released

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Spring Source released Spring Shell yesterday. Spring Shell is an interactive shell that can be easily extended with commands using a Spring based programming model. It has been extracted from the Spring Roo project by removing the OSGi dependencies and turned into a standalone project. This allows for an easier adoption by those who wish to use only interactive shell ...

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After I/O 2012

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Starting from registration to giveaways, the I/O madness going far each year. Being sold in 20 mins this year, did not stop google to give away even more stuff. With this pace and expected release of google glass for next year, most probably next year registration will go even more chaotic! So Google, please either stop giving free stuff (I ...

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Top 5 Picks of Google IO 2012

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Google IO 2012 developer conference has just concluded last week amid lot of fanfare. I for one think that Google has lot more influence on Enterprise technology than it seems. Some of what Enterprises see as latest and greatest of technology (such as Map Reduce) has been pioneered in Google a while ago. This is one the main reasons why ...

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Spring Framework 3.2 M1 Released

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SpringSource just announced the first milestone release toward Spring 3.2. The new release is now available from the SpringSource repository at http://repo.springsource.org/. Check out a quick tutorial on resolving these artifacts via Maven. This release includes: Initial support for asynchronous @Controller methods Early support for JCache-based cache providers Significant performance improvements in autowiring of non-singleton beans Initial delay support for ...

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