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Enterprise Java without EJBs (but with CDI and MyFaces CODI)

At the W-JAX 2010 Peter Rossbach (Apache Tomcat Committer and freelancer) and I spoke about JavaEE 6 and particular the new ‘lightweight’ possibilities that are available with the WebProfile from JavaEE 6. We covered the following technologies in our talk:

Posted in apache, CDI, codi, facelets, fun, java, jetty, jsf, myfaces, myfaces codi, web², WebBeans, wjax

Example on accessing Apache HBase with JPA

A few month ago I started to play with Apache HBase, Apache’s Bigtable implementation. Since the Bigtable impl. from the Google AppEngine (->Datastore) can be accessed with JPA, I searched for a way to use HBase with JPA as well.

Posted in Bigtable, CDI, facelets, fun, Hadoop, HBase, java, jetty, jsf, myfaces

Demo of Apache MyFaces 2 and OpenWebBeans

Recently the Apache MyFaces project released its second beta release and yesterday the Apache OpenWebBeans project released its M4 release. These are great milestones in the direction of JavaEE at Apache! A few month ago Bernd Bohmann and I were

Posted in apache, CDI, facelets, fun, java, javascript, jetty, jQuery, jsf, jsp, myfaces, web², WebBeans

Ning’s Async Http Client and Twitter Streaming API

Recently I played with the Apache Wink REST Client to access the Twitter Streaming API. Yesterday Jean-Francois Arcand announced the availability of Ning’s new Async Http Client. The blog looked interesting and the Twitter stream is a perfect example to

Posted in ajax, apache, comet, fun, jetty, web²

Twitter Streaming API and Apache Wink

During 2009 Twitter launched their Streaming API, which allows developers to get an (almost) real-time notification of tweets. The “filter.json” resource allows some filtering of the content. With CURL you could listen to the Twitter stream like: curl http://stream.twitter.com/1/statuses/filter.json?track=myKeyWord -umyUserAccount:password

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Posted in adf, ajax, apache, java, javascript, jetty, rest

JSF 2 and CDI – a nice combo!

In JSF 2.0 there is (optional) support for annotating JSF Managed beans, via the Faces Managed Bean Annotation Specification. Both Apache MyFaces and the SUN RI implement this specification. With the advent of these two JSRs: 299 – CDI (Contexts

Posted in apache, ejb, facelets, java, jetty, jsf, myfaces, spring, web², WebBeans

More on Servlet 3.0

Something I really want to do is adding a Servlet/Filter to the servlet context on startup or even before processing the http request. There are several reasons why such a dynamic deployment is great. One is for sure using platform

Posted in ajax, comet, java, jetty, web²
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