WildFly is the JBoss Community’s new application server project. It picks up where the JBoss Application Server 7 project left off. WildFly is fully modular application server where most of functionality is implemented by sets of extensions also known as subsystems.
What is the future of Java? It’s a question that a lot of people ask and a topic that a lot of people have strong opinions about. Abdelmonaim Remani, programmer and frequent speaker on all things Java, admits that he doesn’t have all the answers. But after having had the same conversation on Java’s future, […]
Rxjava is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable sequences for the Java VM that supports Java 6+, Clojure, Scala, Groovy, JRuby and Java 8 lambdas.
Apache Tomcat 8 implements new versions of the Servlet, JSP and EL specifications as well as adding support for the new WebSocket specification. Work has also been completed on internal refactoring in a number of areas that will impact a number of Tomcat specific features.
This video discusses EJB versus CDI managed Java beans. CDIs are faster than EJB, but sometimes you need transactions. So: what is the overhead?
Java EE and HTML5, the best of both worlds! The Java EE platform aims to increase your productivity and reduce the amount of scaffolding code needed in Java enterprise applications. It encompasses a range of specifications, such as JPA, EJB, JSF, and JAX-RS.
This lecture covers an overview of using the Eclipse IDE to create a Java program. It also demonstrates how to create assignment #1 in Eclipse. The class concept as well as the main driver program concept are demonstrated.