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WildFly 14 released

WildFly 14 has been released and is now Java EE 8 certified. From now on, WildyFly only provides EE8 APIs by default in all its run modes. The Java EE 8 preview option and Java EE 7 mode have been dropped. … Continue reading

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7 Dinge, die mit Java 11 entfernt werden

Gegen September 2018 soll Java 11 veröffentlicht werden, doch bereits jetzt gibt es einige Informationen, was, und insbesondere, was nicht mehr in Java 11 enthalten sein wird. Hier eine kleine Liste der 7 wichtigsten Features, Module und Frameworks, die mit … Continue reading

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JCache: Next stop Java EE 8

As Oracle employee Reza Rahman announced that JCache will not be part of the upcoming release of Java EE 7. JCache is beeing specified by JSR 107 which was started in early 2001.

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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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Caucho’s Resin now Java EE 6-certified (Web Profile)

Noch ein Fisch im Java EE Tank? Caucho’s Resin application server has achieved Java EE 6 Web Profile Compliance. Congratulations to the team on reaching this milestone! Resin is an interesting case because it’s actually a new player in the … Continue reading

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