In this article you'll learn how surprisingly easy it is to leverage Ajax as a natural improvement on JSF's event-driven architecture and how to do so without compromising the JSF component model. Explore the rest of the Seamless JSF series.
Developing a stateful CRUD application is a breeze with Seam on the job. Dan Allen shows you how to use JavaServer Faces (JSF) and Seam to develop the create, read, update, and delete use cases for a Web-based golf course directory.
This article examines aspects of threading and synchronization that an implementation of the Real-time Specification for Java (RTSJ) must support.
Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Canonical Ltd., today announced the immediate availability of a complete, production quality Java technology stack and developer tools with the latest release of Ubuntu, v7.04, making it easier for GNU/Linux developers to leverage the Java platform in their applications.
Bostech Corporation announces ChainBuilder ESB for Linux's milestone release, which includes HL7 message format and TCP/IP Protocol support.
Security researchers have found what they say is an entirely new kind of web-based attack, and it only targets the Ajax applications so beloved of the 'Web 2.0' movement.
Java co-inventor James Gosling squashes what he says is a misconception that open source is less secure than proprietary software, pledging that Java will remain secure even after it is fully open source.
TestNG-Abbot is a testing framework that breathes new life into testing GUI components. Understand the scenario and you'll find it surprisingly easy to isolate GUI components and then verify them using the framework's handy fixture objects.