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What is JAX-RS 2.0?

June 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

JAX-RS is the Java API for RESTful web services, normally shortened to just JAX-RS, and it is Java’s implementation of the REST architectural pattern and provides a simple way to create RESTful APIs. It also provides support for Hypermedia, by following the HATEOAS model. JAX-RS 1.1 was standardised in Java EE 6 and became an [ continue reading ... ]

New: Java EE JAX-RS RESTful API course

June 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

Today saw the launch of my latest Java EE training course: RESTful Service with JAX-RS 2.0. After the success of my first course Learning Java Enterprise Edition, that attracted nearly 100,000 views in only a few months, I hope that my JAX-RS course will be just as popular. If you want to try the course for free you can do so with 10 days of [ continue reading ... ]

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 ... ]