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Play framework modules: Divide and conquer

It’s usually the case that you start developing an application and go on fulfilling requirements. When your application grows bigger you start to realize the convenience of separating it into different components. Moreover, when you develop your second or third application, your begin to recognize certain features that could be reused across different applications. These are two good reasons to ...

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Java EE 6 vs. Spring Framework: A technology decision making process

In the last few month we’ve went through this decision making process: which technology stack to choose for enterprise development on the Java platform? There are various alternatives. However, the ones we’ve discussed intensively were: Pure Java EE 6 Stack vs. Spring with Java EE. The following blog article summarizes key issues I found interesting when you consider one of ...

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EJB Lookup in a Vaadin Application

It has been a long time since the last Service Locator I have implemented. I thought it wouldn’t be necessary anymore considering the maturity of the Java EE CDI (Contexts and Dependency Injection). My first implementation was to make use of EJBs in a Struts-based web application. After that, I started working with JSF, which only requires annotated attributes with ...

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Domain modeling with Spring Data Neo4j

Hi all, Willie here. Last time I told you that I’m building the Skybase CMDB using Neo4j and Spring Data Neo4j, and I was excited to get a lot of positive feedback about that. I showed a little code but not that much. In this post I’ll show you how I’m building out the person configuration item (CI) in Skybase ...

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ZK Web Framework Thoughts

I’ve been asked several times to present some of my opinions about ZK. So, based of my experience of 4 years as a ZK user, here’s some thoughts: Overall developer experience, the community and documentation “It just works” Most of the stuff that ZK offers works very well, and the functionality is usually very intuitive to use if you have ...

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

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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Spring MVC and REST at Google App Engine

Some time ago I wrote about how to implement your Restful Web API using Spring MVC. Read my previous post to know about it. In that post it was developed a simple Rest example. For testing the application, file was copied into a web server (Tomcat for example), and then accessing to http://localhost:8080/RestServer/characters/1 information of character 1 was returned. In ...

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Running RichFaces 4.1.0.Final on WebLogic 12c

You might have noticed, that I simply love JSF. Not only the specification and the reference implementation Mojarra but also the most creative component suites on the market. This is my all-time favorite PrimeFaces and of course RichFaces. This is the reason why you find “running xxx on xxx” posts here :) Today is my RichFaces and WebLogic day, so a little ...

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