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Develop A Microservice with Forge, WildFly Swarm and Arquillian

In this post we are going to see how to develop a microservice using WildFly Swarm and Forge and testing it with Arquillian and Rest Assured. WildFly Swarm offers an innovative approach to packaging and running Java EE applications by packaging them with just enough of the server runtime to “java -jar” your application. JBoss Forge is a software development ...

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Arquillian Cube. Let’s zap ALL these bugs, even the infrastructure ones.

Docker is becoming the de-facto project for deploying applications inside lightweight software containers in isolation. Because they are really lightweight they are perfect not only to use in production, but to be used inside developer/qa/CI machine. So the natural step is start writing tests of your software that runs against these containers. In fact if you are running Docker on ...

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RxJava + Java8 + Java EE 7 + Arquillian = Bliss

Microservices are an architectural style where each service is implemented as an independent system. They can use their own persistence system (although it is not mandatory), deployment, language, … Because a system is composed by more than one service, each service will communicate with other services, typically using a lightweight protocol like HTTP and following a Restful Web approach. You ...

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Java EE7 and Maven project for newbies – part 7

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Resuming from the previous parts Part #1, Part #2, Part #3, Part #4, Part #5 , Part #6 In the previous post (num 6) we discovered how we can unit test our JPA2 domain model, using Arquillian and Wildfly 8.1 In the post we made a simple configuration decision, we used the internal H2 database that is bundled with Wildfly ...

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Java EE7 and Maven project for newbies – part 6

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Resuming from the previous parts Part #1, Part #2, Part #3, Part #4, Part #5 In the previous post (part 5), we discovered how we can unit test using Arquillian, our EJB services, deploying them in a ‘real’ instance of Wildfly8.1 application server. Extending the previous example we will add some more configuration and code, so that we can add ...

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Testing HTML5 canvas applications with sikuli and arquillian

HTML5 introduces a great new element that can be used to draw arbitrary content on a pane: the canvas element. What has been a standard feature for fat client applications for decades is now introduced to the world of web applications. Web developers no longer need to use proprietary plugins to draw images or charts in their applications. But when ...

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