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February 5, 2016
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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 …

Using Servlets and JSP to Give Users Control Over Their Presentation Locale
Most international websites allow visitors to select their preferred language and/or …

Configuring Hibernate for a Java Servlet Application
Learn how to configure Hibernate for a Java Servlet-based application to persist a desired …

Portlets vs. Servlets: Request Processing with Web Components
Find out how request processing in portlets is different from request processing in …

The Django Framework's Killer Feature for Java Developers
Find out why the Python-based framework's automatic admin interface is a killer feature …

Developing a Struts Application with the NetBeans IDE
Explore the NetBeans IDE's Struts integration by developing a simple Struts login …

JSF 2.0 Bean Validation and Dependency Injection
Find out how the bean validation and dependency injection support in JavaServer Faces …

Spring Framework 3.0 and Annotation-driven Formatting
Learn how to use the new formatting annotations in Spring Framework 3.0 to improve the …

Leveraging the Restlet Routing System for Your Java Web Services
Using Restlet filters and routers in your Java Web services can produce some powerful …

Selenium: Automated Integration Testing for Java Web Apps
With Selenium, Java developers can develop integration tests, export those tests as JUnit …

Inside JSF 2.0's Ajax and HTTP GET Support
JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 supports HTTP GET requests and full Ajax integration, making it …

JSF 2.0: Creating Composite Components
With the new composite components feature in JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, you can create …

JSF 2.0: Annotations, New Navigation Eliminate XML Configuration
The introduction of annotations and the new navigation convention in JavaServer Faces 2.0 …

JSF 2.0 Views: Hello Facelets, Goodbye JSP
In JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, Facelets replace JavaServer Pages (JSP) as the view …

Make Your Java Web Applications Impervious to Cross-site Scripting
Use client-side validation and server-side filtering to guard your Java web application …

Using Axis2 and Java for Asynchronous Web Service Invocation on the Client Side
Apache Axis2, the open source Java web services framework, has very good support for …

The New Spring 3.0 Features You Need to Know
Go inside the notable new features in Spring 3.0, including Spring Expression Language, …

Create Custom Web-based Graphs with the Google Chart API and PHP
Presenting data visually can quickly reveal crucial trends. Learn how to use the Google …

A Test-Driven Development Stack for Java: Maven, Jetty, Mockito, and JAX-RS
Learn how to integrate different open source Java tools (Maven, Jetty, Mockito, and …

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