Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Understanding Ajax Push
View this Webcast and learn about Ajax Push (Comet Programming) which is a programming technique that enables web servers to send data to the client without having any need for the client to request it. It allows creation of event-driven web applications which are hosted in the browser. Beginning with demos showing multi-user auction bidding, record locking negotiation, and Portlet IPC, learn the fundamentals of Ajax Push development and implementation.
Monday, February 2, 2009
SOA and the Mainframe: Two Worlds Collide and Integrate; Adopting new JVM Languages; Actors in Groovy with GParallelizer; TheServerSide Now Using CAPTCHA
Key Enterprise Java News Headlines
TheServerSide Now Using CAPTCHA
TheServerSide.com is now requiring you to go through the CAPTCHA process in order to post messages or responses.
JPA comparison: Hibernate, Toplink, OpenJPA, Eclipselink
This article is a performance comparison among the 4 most well known Java Persistence API (JPA) implementations: Toplink Essentials, EclipseLink, Hibernate and OpenJPA. Besides results and conclusions, the full test code is also available in the article in case you want to repeat the test yourself.
SVNKit 1.2.2, a pure Java Subversion library has been released
We are glad to announce that SVNKit 1.2.2 has been published and available for download at the svnkit.com web site.
Jailer 2.7.1 Released: DbUnit compatible Test Data ExtractionRichFaces 3.3.0 release: new components and features
The Jailer development team is proud to announce the release 2.7.1, which now supports the DbUnit flat XML dataset file format, thus allowing the users of the famous JUnit extension DbUnit to use the extracted data for unit testing.
Two new components were added to the RichFaces library with the current release, namely Rich Editor and The Improved Queue.
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