November 27, 2015
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RESTful WS with Jersey, Part 2
This time, roll up your sleeves and create your own RESTful Web Service.

RESTful WS with Jersey, Part 1
Learn some of the key elements needed to begin using the Jersey Web service.

Developing WebSocket Client/Server Endpoints
Explore ways to implement client/server WebSocket endpoints with Java in EE7.

Getting Started with WebSocket APIs in Java
Familiarize yourself with a few necessary background details before rushing into WebSocket …

RAD Application Development with Grails
Explore some of the features that make the Grails platform suitable for a rapid Web …

Component-based Web Development Using JSF 2
JSF 2 provides a fine infrastructure to implement a rich user interface. Learn to use it …

Exploring the Struts 2 Web Application Framework
You can master a different approach to creating Action classes in Struts 2.

Leverage a JavaFX Application with Nashorn Script
Explore the simplicity of integration between two very different types of languages, …

Adding Map Markers and Handling Marker Events in Android Apps
Map markers make it easy to identify a location on a map. In this article, we will learn …

JavaFX 2 vs. HTML5: Media Support for RIA
How do the JavaFX 2.x media assets compare with the equivalent assets in HTML5?

5 Java Upload Applets for Your Web Applications
Get a Web developer's feature review of five leading Java file upload solutions.

Integrate ObjectDB into Your JPA-based Java Web App
Learn how to integrate ObjectDB into a Java Web application built with NetBeans.

Animation in JavaFX vs. Flash
JavaFX offers powerful animation capabilities for programmers, but lacks the advanced …

WaveMaker Review: Java RAD Tool for Web Applications
The RAD tool WaveMaker, now owned by SpringSource, helps non-programmers quickly develop …

Spring 3.0 Support for RESTful Web Services
Spring 3.0 provides Java annotations and classes for creating simple REST-based Web …

Use the Spring 3 Formatter SPI for Custom Formatting
The Spring 3 Formatter SPI enables you to build custom formatting capabilities and …

Integrating Advanced Spring Framework Features with Magnolia CMS
Learn how to integrate advanced Spring Framework features such dialogs and the form tag …

Spring Framework and Magnolia CMS: Creating Complex Java-based Websites
Magnolia's Blossom module makes it easy to integrate advanced Spring Framework features …

Using a PhaseListener to Debug JSF Development Defects
Troubleshooting JSF applications can be challenging, especially if you are transitioning …

Jetty Continuations: Push Your Java Server Beyond Its Scalability Limits
Jetty Continuations is an innovative extension for conventional Java-based Web servers …

Taking Apache Tomcat 7 for a Test Drive
Tomcat 7 has been available in beta for a little while. What are you waiting for? Now is …

IBM WebSphere Offers Java Web Developers Timely Options for Handling Complexity
At European technical conference, IBM WebSphere App Server team feels Java developers' …

Tcat Server Improves Tomcat Performance, Supports Tomcat 7
New MuleSoft release of commercially enhanced version of Tomcat debuts with performance …

Top 7 Features in Tomcat 7: The New and the Improved
Tomcat 7 introduced new features as well as enhancements to existing features. These seven …

AspectJ 101: Creating a Project with Eclipse AJDT
Learn how to create an AspectJ project using Eclipse AspectJ Development Tools (AJDT) and …

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