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Monthly Archives: November 2010
The “JSF 2.1 maintainance release 2” has been released. After glimpsing into the “Changes between 2.0 Rev a and 2.1” section of the pdf spec I was surprised it became a 2.1 and not a 2.0.1 release… ;-) Changes from … Continue reading
The GWT team has already committed support for integration of arbitrary backends to the RequestFactory. This is going to be released with GWT 2.1.1, there is a Wiki Page tracking actual changes.
Ohne die Sinnhaftigkeit von zustandsbehafteten Web Services vorab diskutieren zu wollen sind hier 3 Möglichkeiten genannt solche mit Hilfe von JAX-WS bzw. dessen Referenzimplementierung umzusetzen. Variante 1: Direkter Zugriff auf die HTTP-Session über den WebServiceContext Bei einem Web Service, der … Continue reading
When a web application goes live, it can be very useful to keep track of what people are doing with your application. It is important to discover the “hot spots” of your application which you should optimize in terms of … Continue reading
Mario Gleichmann has started a great series of blog post about functional programming in general using Scala examples in particular. Check it out, if you are interested in the concepts of functional programming, especially if you are coming from imperative … Continue reading
CodeNarc, the static analysis tool for Groovy source code, has been released in version 0.11. The CodeNarc team added 50 new rules, bringing the total rules up to about 130. Like Groovy’s Web Console, there is now a CodeNarc Web … Continue reading
A new version of CodeNarc was released today. CodeNarc is a static code analysis tool for Groovy source code to detect suspicious code. Click here to see a detailed changelog.