Category Archives: Politics

Java EE 7 (JSR-342) is final

With some lateness, the specification for Java EE 7 (JSR 342) went final today, about three years after the release of Java EE 6. Without cloud features and a caching API, it comes with a big support for building HTML5 … Continue reading

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Java 8 will be late

According to Mark Reinhold, Java 8 will not be ready in September 2013. That’s because of man power needed to improve Java’s security: […] Maintaining the security of the Java Platform always takes priority over developing new features, and so these efforts … Continue reading

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JSF-Comparison: MyFaces vs. Mojarra

A couple of weeks ago we published the results of a comparative study about the performance impact of large component trees on JSF implementations. The article is available in German only so here is a brief summary in English.

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JavaFX to come on iOS and Android

In a recent post, Richard Bair told that a lot more JavaFX code has just been handed over to the OpenJFX Community. He announced more (“glass, image I/O, and much of prism”) to come “within the next two weeks”, followed by the remainder of prism, … Continue reading

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Shortlist für die Umbenennung von JBoss AS steht fest

Ich hatte  jüngst ein wenig historisch eingeordnet, was es für mich bedeutet, dass es eine JBoss Umfrage zur Suche eines neuen Namens in der Community gibt. RedHat Mitarbeiter haben mittlerweile aus dieser Umfrage eine Liste von 5 Kandidaten destilliert, über … Continue reading

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Why Java EE Lost and Spring Won

Well, this is another very nice rant on JavaEE from Andrew C. Oliver, “cross ranting” on many levels and really calling for an epic shitstorm. Starting with “Real AJAX won”, “Seam / Spring Webflow are flops” and finally ranting on … Continue reading

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Google Web Toolkit: Was ist der Stand der Dinge?

Mein Interview für JAXenter zum Thema GWT und der “Stand der Dinge” ist online gegangen. Auch wenn ich kein Freund von “doppeltem Content” bin, hier eine Passage die mir besonders wichtig ist: JAXenter: Manche haben Befürchtungen geäußert, dass Google GWT … Continue reading

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