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Jamie Craane04/02/13
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How to: Web Service Mock with SoapUI

A lot of organizations use web services (WSDL) for system integration. Instead of waiting for those services to be developed, the application which consumes the web service can develop a mock implementation of the service to test against.

Lukas Eder04/02/13
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How to Design a Good, Regular API

People have strong opinions on how to design a good API. Consequently, there are lots of pages and books in the web, explaining how to do it. This article will focus on a particular aspect of good APIs: Regularity.

Christian Posta04/02/13
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ActiveMQ Message Priorities: How it Works

There’s usually a steady drip of questions on the mailing list surrounding ActiveMQ’s message-priority support as well as good questions about observed behaviors and “what’s really supported”? I hope to help you understand what happens under the covers and what levels of priority can be supported.

Mitch Pronschinske04/02/13
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Introducing fedmsg (Fedora Messaging) Middleware

Can we use a WSGI middleware layer to connect all of Fedora Infrastructure's webapps back to the fedmsg bus for notifications? Check out this demo and see.

Paul Wells04/01/13
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8 Ways UML is Holding Back Java Code Structure Visualization

Here are some reasons UML diagrams make a poor job of Java code visualization along with some suggestions as to how code visualization could made to better serve the Java programming community.

Mitch Pronschinske04/01/13
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ZeroMQ: Supercharged Sockets

Rick is a developer at GitHub, a self-diagnosed REST nerd, bleeding edge DB enthusiast, with an active OSS profile. Here he will show you how to get the most out of the lightweight ZeroMQ message broker.

Mariano Gonzalez04/01/13
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Using PGP Security: explained from the top

As you probably know, Mule provides pretty good support for PGPencryption (check the related links for further info on Mule’s PGP support). What we’re going to do in this blog post is provide a step-by-step, real life use case for PGP encryption.

Todd Merritt04/01/13
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Basic Application Architecture Breakdown of a Very Simple System

Over the past 10 years I have been developing software as a one man IT department, software engineering team member, and/or acting as an independent software consultant. This mixed past has allowed me the opportunity to participate in various levels of the architectural process.

Achala Chathura...03/31/13
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How to Invoke a Web Service with Jaggery

Here's a snippet for invoking Jaggery, a framework to write webapps and HTTP-focused web services for all aspects of the application: front-end, communication, Server-side logic and persistence in pure Javascript.

Mitch Pronschinske03/31/13
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Zuora REST Store for E-Commerce

This is a demonstration of the REST store for e-commerce by MuleSoft. The solution consist of sample code for a storefront, 5 composite services and a REST wrapper for Zuora's SOAP API. The pre-built composite services consist of the following:

Mitch Pronschinske03/30/13
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Cloudbursing with Amazon EC2 and SQS

Learn how this can actually work with Amazon EC2 and SQS. The implementation is based on Ruby on Rails and Resque/Redis, but the concepts are broadly applicable.

Achala Chathura...03/30/13
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How to Validate WSDLs with Eclipse

A simple trick that will save a lot of time and detect errors. Add the necessary resources which you need to validate first.

Mariano Gonzalez03/29/13
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One to Map Them All: Google Cloud Connectors Suite Part 3/3

On this post we’ll wrap up the Google Cloud Connectors series by discussing a very important element of the first post’s sample iApp: The DataMapper.

Mitch Pronschinske03/29/13
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Webinar: Using SMTP with Amazon Simple Email Service

Learn how Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) just got simpler with Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) support. Amazon SES is AWS's highly scalable and cost-effective bulk and transactional email-sending service for businesses and developers.

Mitch Pronschinske03/29/13
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Getting Productive with the AWS SDK for Ruby

Learn best practices for using the AWS SDK for Ruby, including configuration, logging, debugging, consuming high and low level interfaces, collections, memoization, Rails integrations, AWS::Record and more.

Tharindu Mathew03/29/13
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Solving the IBM MQ Client Error – No mqjbnd in java.library.path

If you come across this issue when you try to connect a JMS client to IBM MQ (v7.0.x.x), this has nothing to do with any environment variables or VM arguments, at least it wasn’t for me (There are quite a lot of those articles out there, that makes you think this is the problem).

Paul Wells03/28/13
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8 Myths About Software Modeling Tools and Modeling Languages

Software tool catalogs and awards competition categories in particular still adhere this antiquated classification of development tools without waking up to the fact that the industry has long since grown skeptical of wild claims about programmer productivity from modeling tools and moved on to better approaches.

Steven Willmott03/28/13
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The Yummly API: A digital kitchen platform

What API(s) does Yummly offer today? Using algorithms, collaborative filtering, and machine learning to structure and analyze massive recipe data sets, the Yummly Recipe API powers the search for recipes based on users’ unique food preferences.

Shelan Perera03/28/13
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How to send CDATA inside your SOAP message payload

If you need to send a SOAP message payload ever and if it resulted something like this snippet, then you need to add the XMLInputFactory.properties file with the following entry.

Mitch Pronschinske03/28/13
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AWS Messaging: Amazon SQS and SNS

Amazon SNS and Amazon SQS are important systems for sending, managing, and queuing system notifications. This session details the fundamentals on how to use these services, demonstrates the value for application developers, and covers some common use cases.

Jens Schauder03/27/13
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Dependency Antipatterns – The Bypass

This is the second part in my little series about dependency anti-patterns. As long as the affected nodes are collapsed the Bypass looks just like any circular dependency.

Mitch Pronschinske03/27/13
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Intro to Amazon SQS

Get a quick over view and hands-on practice using Amazon SQS to create a message queue that quickly and reliably sends messages from decoupled components in a distributed application.

Mitch Pronschinske03/27/13
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Amazon SQS Cloud Connector

The Amazon SQS cloud connector provides an easy way to interface with the Amazon SQS API from within the CloudHub™ environment. This cloud connector allows users to manage SQS queueing services without having to deal directly with the Amazon SQS API.

Pascal Alma03/27/13
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One Way Messaging with WSO2 ESB

As I posted before I am currently working with the WSO2 ESB. To get a good understanding of this ESB I have been walking through the samples (haven’t finished all of them yet ;-) ). Example 12 is about one-way messaging with the ESB and makes use the TCP Monitor to make it visible.

Mariano Gonzalez03/27/13
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MS Office is so last year, Connect to Google Apps (2/3)

Of course Google Apps have APIS and of course we have the connectors to make it easy to connect Google Apps and your applications together. Lets get the connectors and then take a look at what you can do.