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Java EE: Top articles this week

January 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

Here is a collection of some of the best Java EE related articles published in the last seven days. The Importance of Java EE, JCP, Java EE Guardians, and Microservices  [Tweet this!] Reza Rahman talks eloquently about the Guardians, the role of microprofile.io and why Java EE is important. He continues the interview by discussing the JCP and [ continue reading ... ]

DZone RefCardz on Java EE

January 14, 2017 // 0 Comments

I have collected together the best Dzone RefCardz related to Java EE technologies. Please read and enjoy. Java Enterprise Edition 7 Andrew Rubinger, Arun Gupta and Lincoln Baxter This Refcard covers the key APIs of Java EE 7 that are the most relevant to modern development such as WebSocket, JSON Processing, Concurrency Utilities, and JAX-RS. [ continue reading ... ]

Java EE: Top articles this week

January 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

Here is a collection of some of the best Java EE related articles published in the last seven days. DZone RefCardz: Java Enterprise Edition 7 [Tweet this!] Andrew Lee Rubinger, Arun Gupta, and Lincoln Baxter III have published an excellent cheat sheet of the key Java EE 7 technologies including: Java EE 7 Platform spec (JSR-342), Websockets 1.0 [ continue reading ... ]

Java EE: Top articles this week

January 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

Here is a collection of some of the best Java EE related articles published in the last seven days. Pragmatic Microservices with Java EE and WildFly Swarm [Tweet this!] Reza Rahman talks about Java EE and Microservices and what HTTP/2 means for the Java EE ecosystem. A collection of JavaEE tips [Tweet this!] Manfred Riem presents a list of Java [ continue reading ... ]

Automate Wildfly with Cargo Plugin

January 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Maven Cargo plugin allows you to manipulate various containers from your application’s POM. Supported containers include Glassfish, Resin, Tomcat, TomEE and WildFly. In this article, I will configure the Maven Cargo plugin for Wildfly 10.x show how to setup an application and management user. Read more about the Maven Cargo plugin for [ continue reading ... ]

Java EE Revisits Design Patterns

March 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

This and subsequent posts are a write up of my Java EE revisits design patterns talk at jDay Sweden 2016. The slides to the presentation are viewable here: Java EE Revisits Design Patterns and a video of the presentation will be made available as soon as jDays publish it. The book that accompanies this talk is available from Amazon. Master Java EE [ continue reading ... ]

Design patterns: the beginning

March 12, 2016 // 2 Comments

The beginning Where did they come from? Did they just appear overnight? In fact, design patterns have a long history starting way before computing. But it wasn’t really until the GOF wrote their seminal book Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software, that the concept of design patterns was cemented in the world of software [ continue reading ... ]

Singleton Pattern

March 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

OK let’s have a look at our first pattern. The singleton pattern is one of the most well-known design patterns and is used extensively by frameworks such as Spring, pool mangers and loggers. If you read the GoF book, it’s about having a single instance of an object in the JVM which is only ever instantiated once within the life-cycle of the [ continue reading ... ]

Factory pattern

March 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

The factory pattern is a creational design pattern whose intent is to provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes. The creational logic is encapsulated within the factory which either provides a method for its creation or delegates the creation of the object to a subclass. [ continue reading ... ]

Façade Pattern

March 12, 2016 // 0 Comments

The simple definition is that it hides the complex logic and provides an interface to the client. Sounds familiar? This is nothing much more than the core part of abstraction: one of the core principles of object orientation. I often post about Java EE on Twitter. Click to Follow @readlearncode So what is special about this and why does it deserve [ continue reading ... ]