This is for anyone that wants to get their hands dirty and develop a JBoss Fuse project for the first time. There will be a series of videos coming after this one, we will focus on playing with the integration framework in JBoss Fuse, which base on the open source project Apache Camel.
At a time we decided to use hibernate and spring. While doing that i stuck up in an Exception of NoClassDefinitionFound where Hibernate-Annotations bundle couldn’t find a class from Spring-Orm bundle and both of these bundles were deployed and in Active state and added in my project’s class path.
In the last article we were discussing about recursive bounds on type parameters. We saw how recursive bound helped us to reuse the vehicle comparison logic.
Catering to the least common denominator: In the conference application we have been playing with, DaysController creates and returns the days available for a conference. The functionality needed for DaysController is dead simple. On the other hand TalksController has a lot more functionality.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (July 4 to July 10). This week's topics include the release of Gradle 2.0, aligning work with REST, easy Spring management, message queuing, and JSON best practices.
Implementing a RESTful approach requires painstaking assembly without REST tooling. Java JAX-RS and API Management infrastructure reduce the learning curve, increase API adoption and decrease development effort by simplifying API creation, publication, and consumption.
Over the past several years JSON has become the darling of service message standards. These days you are shunned if you offer a SOAP service. The more I use JSON service though the more I question if they are really the answer.
In this weeks tips & tricks we will be slowing down and taking a closer look at possible Red Hat JBoss BRMS deployment architectures. When we talk about deployment architectures we are referring to the options you have to deploy a rules and/or events project in your enterprise.
Especially when we use Grails to create a RESTful API we want to enable the request header Accept, so Grails can do content negotiation based on the value in the header.
When I started my career around 10 years ago, Struts MVC is the norm in the market. However, over the years, I observed the Spring MVC slowly gaining popularity. This is not a surprise to me, given the seamless integration of Spring MVC with Spring container and the flexibility and extensibility that it offers.
The Server Sent Events feature in Jersey will be supported in GlassFish 4.0.1. Let’s try and test out this feature
We can write a RESTful application with Grails and define our API in different ways. One of them is to subclass thegrails.rest.RestfulController.
As some of you may be aware, I recently joined the well-respected US based No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Tour.
dependency injection itself is fairly straightforward and is designed to simplify your solution, not overly complicate it. Angular adds some extra caveats and shortcuts to their solution but in essence it behaves very similar to the example I’ve provided here.
Simon recently talked about the gap between Software Architecture and Code and how to close this with architecturally-evident coding. He's also creating tools to allow Software Architecture to be expressed as code.
When I started my career around 10 years ago, Struts MVC was the norm in the market. However, over the years, I observed that Spring MVC was slowly gaining popularity.
To gain significant business benefits, teams must understand their IT business goals, define an appropriate SOA & API mindset, describe how to implement shared services and popular APIs, and tune governance practices.
Gradle 2.0 came out last week, and it's a pretty big move from Gradle--the first major version update they've done. With the major release comes a baseline of backwards compatibility, and a significantly simplified codebase.
Earlier on, Spring migrated from a monolithic approach – the whole framework, to a modular one – bean, context, test, etc. so that one could decide to use only the required modules.
I’m a minimalist, and I don’t like to complicate software too early and unnecessarily. And adding components to a software system is one of the things that adds a significant amount of complexity. So let’s talk about message queues.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the EI Zone (June 27 to July 3). This week's topics include deploying RabbitMQ on Google Compute Engine, governance of software development, setting up states in AngularJS apps, Java 8 dependency injections, and embedded brokers.
A very good resource for learning about the newest release of Nagios for the uneducated reader, or a seasoned professional.
Last week, Google and Pivotal released a guide to getting started with RabbitMQ clusters on Google Compute Engine. Google has backed RabbitMQ in this regard due to what I mentioned previously--high through-put, low latency, and in-memory queuing--all in a way that is easy to set up and deploy.
Message queues are useful in a number of situations; for example when we want to execute a task asynchronously, we enqueue it and some executor eventually completes it.
In this article I highlight the importance of governance in software development and the various tools used for governing the software development. In the following table I am trying to show the various software development stages, what entities need governance and tools/techniques used for governance: