Archive for February, 2008

Spring becomes an ESB?

February 25th, 2008 by Johan Eltes

Spring Source recently announced a new member of the Spring family: Spring integration . It is an attempt to provide an abstraction for messaging, in the domain of business integration (i.e. it is not Telecom Messaging). Due to the lack of frameworks in this area, we have designed messaging abstractions for several large Java EE [...]

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Valentine’s day – have you sent your partner a message today?

February 14th, 2008 by Johannes Carlén

Today is Valentine’s day and if you haven’t yet thought about what you are doing for your loved one tonight, you’d better start now. It’s winter now (at least here in Sweden) and you don’t want to be out in the cold, do you…? Well, anyway, I think you can agree with me that one [...]

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Open-minded course wanted!

February 11th, 2008 by Annica Sunnman

This autumn I attended a course called IBM WebSphere Message Broker V6 Application Programmer Workshop. Just the name is a bit too long to cope with . The course was an introduction of WebSphere Message Broker integration platform and the belonging development toolkit. The course introduced a lot of concept and functions with lab exercises. [...]

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XMPP on the roll

February 3rd, 2008 by Niklas Gustavsson

XMPP, aka Jabber, is making great strides into the world of instant messaging. Since Jeremie Miller released the first version in 1998, it has been the obvious alternative for those preferring open protocols over the proprietary networks pushed by ICQ, AOL, MSN and others. With big guys like Apple and Google using XMPP it began [...]

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Facelets is coming in from the cold!

February 2nd, 2008 by Björn Beskow

Finally, it seems like Ed Burns, spec lead of JSF 2.0, has started to listen to the community (or at least he listened to Gavin King, according to his blog).
For several years, there has been a massive critique against using JSP as rendering engine for JSF (see this OnJava article for an example). The Facelets [...]

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