How to Create a Java EE 6 Application with JSF 2, EJB 3.1, JPA, and NetBeans IDE 6.8

There are many articles and tutorials out there that discuss how to use the individual technologies in Java EE 6, e.g., JSF 2, EJB 3.1, JPA, etc, to develop an application, but I haven’t seen one that puts together the said technologies and showcases them in one tutorial with an end-to-end demonstration. As such, I… Continue reading How to Create a Java EE 6 Application with JSF 2, EJB 3.1, JPA, and NetBeans IDE 6.8

Native Seam Support Wanted for NetBeans & Glassfish

Jboss SEAM is by far the best programming framework for Java EE development as it solves most of the problems which arose for achieving a true MVC 2 implementation. All of the other frameworks like Struts and Spring MVC when used with presentation layer specifications like JSP and JSF 1.x while almost succeeding in the… Continue reading Native Seam Support Wanted for NetBeans & Glassfish

Techniques For Integrating Hibernate Into Legacy Java Code – Part 1

If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time dealing with legacy code that, for whatever reason, does not take advantage of modern methodologies and libraries. I’ve taken over Java projects that contain hundreds of thousands of lines of code and not a single third-party jar other than a JDBC driver! One of the… Continue reading Techniques For Integrating Hibernate Into Legacy Java Code – Part 1

What is the average first year raise for a software developer?

I work as a software developer in Austin, TX. I just graduated last December from Univ. of Texas and started at my current job at the beginning of this year, making 55k/yr, which is about average. I am going to be up for a raise in a couple months and I’m wondering what sort of… Continue reading What is the average first year raise for a software developer?

Spring in Practice

Product DescriptionSpring lets developers build complex applications from loosely-coupled POJOs. A set of simple abstractions simplifies construction, testing, and deployment which makes Spring both powerful and easy-to-use. With this power comes the potential for a wide range of uses in both common and not-so-common scenarios. That’s where Spring in Practice comes in. Spring in Practice… Continue reading Spring in Practice

Java EE – Hello world EJB3 in Netbeans

This is an introduction to Java EE Enterprise Java Bean (EJB 3) technology. It’s just an hello world example and this is part1. This series of posts will cover: How to create a simple ejb, How to write an standalone client application for that bean, How to deploy it on a real server etc. And… Continue reading Java EE – Hello world EJB3 in Netbeans

Java EE 5 for Elvis

Product Description Traditionally, Enterprise Java (J2EE, now Java EE) has been viewed as a complex, high performance technology. As a result average developers (Elvis) have looked to alternatives like Spring and Hibernate. This has lead to exaggerated reports that Java EE is dead. Java EE 5 will change the game. Difficult boilerplate code is gone,… Continue reading Java EE 5 for Elvis

Struts 2 in Action

ISBN13: 9781933988078 Condition: NEW Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark. Product Description The original Struts project revolutionized Java web development and its rapid adoption resulted in the thousands of Struts-based applications deployed worldwide. Keeping pace with new ideas and trends, Apache Struts 2 has emerged as the product of a merger between the… Continue reading Struts 2 in Action

Web Service Development for IBM websphere Application Server V7

For the full video please visit: eb5.elearn.ihost.com This course teaches students how to develop, debug, test, and monitor Web services for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition version 5 (Java EE 5) using IBM websphere Application Server V7. Java EE 5 represents a significant evolution in the Java enterprise programming model by providing application developers with considerable… Continue reading Web Service Development for IBM websphere Application Server V7

Java EE Bootcamp

Product Description Summary: Java Web Development Boot Camp is an intensive program created to rapidly migrate traditional programmers into functionally productive web application developers, using Java, Java Server Pages, Java Server Pages Tag Library, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript…. More >> Java EE Bootcamp

Java Server Programming for Professionals – Covers Java EE 5

Product Description The book has been written to provide genuine domain knowledge to programmers who wish to learn Java server-side, web-based application development, using Java EE. Learning web development is done through a set of examples and hands on exercises. We hope to encourage you to strongly reinforce your skills by developing of a Personnel… Continue reading Java Server Programming for Professionals – Covers Java EE 5

Java EE Project using EJB 3, JPA and Struts 2 for Beginners,

Product Description This book aims serving students, developers, technical leads and to some extent project managers or consultants by demonstrating a structured documented modestly sized project. Learning the project development and documentation is done through the construction of an Online Car Rental System using MySQL Community Server as the data store with Java Server Pages… Continue reading Java EE Project using EJB 3, JPA and Struts 2 for Beginners,

Advantages of Application Servers in Web and Software Development

An application server is a server that hosts an application program to provide business logic for third-party application program. An application server combining or working with a web server is called a web application server in many usages. A web application server can be a flexible web application development and deployment tool. The application server… Continue reading Advantages of Application Servers in Web and Software Development