Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Sept 12 to Sept 18). How to write a custom SAML SSO assigner signer, Java EE book uncensored, Java APIs, RESTful web services, and scaling RESTful microservice architecture.
Today Apache Camel 2.14.0 hit the streets. Its our 66th release (include all patch releases) since the project was created over 7 years ago. There is a bunch of great stuff in this release, so let me try to distill a list of 10 highlights (in no particular order).
This is just our first step on a much longer road exposing new functionality around Keys and JSON which we hope will make it easier and quicker for you to navigate and gain the insight you need from your log data.
In this post I would like to put my two cents in and talk about RESTful web services. First of all I don't intend to discuss the history of RESTful services. Neither this is a tutorial about implementing RESTful web services.
The solution works well for us but we do not have the confident that this is the best practices possible. However, it is simple and does not cost us much effort to implement (around 3 days include testing).
While the exact features that would be included in a configuration JSR for Java EE remains relatively vague, we were all looking forward to a possible JSR
The nature of an API implies that multiple consumers need to access the data and business logic behind the service. APIs are a concurrency in data delivery, from the front-facing services to the back-end data stores, throughout the middle mile, and all the way from the cloud down to the client.
I wrote a third book entitled Java EE 7. A technical book about Java EE which part of it managed to get censored by my editor. Here are the pages that got censored, and here is why I am not happy about it.
I wanted to add (I hope) some meaningful security features inside my AngularJS application.
This is the second post of the two part series. The first part covered the life cycle and the concurrency behavior of Stateful and Stateless EJBs. I’ll cover Singleton EJBs in this post. The Singleton pattern is arguably the most used (some times misused) pattern out there.
I got a chance to review the "Apache Camel Developer's Cookbook" by Cranton and Korab. Overall I think this is a great book.
'Spotlight on GlassFish 4.0.1' is a series of posts that highlights specific enhancements of the upcoming GlassFish 4.0.1 release. It could be a new feature, a fix, a behavior change, a tip, etc.
Before some time I have written a blog post Dependency Injector with Simple Injector. This is a second blog post in same series. In this blog post we are going to learn How we can create a singleton Instance in Simple Injector.
Choosing appropriate API security options will help you gain developer trust, increase API adoption, and buildan effective API ecosystem. While APIs are the ‘coolest’ and most effective mechanism to expose business functionalities out towards the outside world and inward to other teams.
JBoss Fuse combines several technologies like core Enterprise Service Bus capabilities (based on Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Apache ActiveMQ), Apache Karaf and Fabric8 in a single integrated distribution
I am not sure why, but in many organisation, there is allot of unnecessary complexity when looking at source code. From Programmers using try/catch blocks all over the show to unnecessary synchronous service calls with multiple threads, causing deadlocks on SQL Server.
This article represents steps required to quickly get up and running with Sonar and keep it handy for your personal Java/.NET/PHP etc related projects
Exposing a REST based endpoint for a Spring Boot application or for that matter a straight Spring MVC application is straightforward.
A proposal for JAX-RS 2.1 has been recently submitted to the JCP, this news was a bit overshadowed by the Java EE 8 Platform submission announcement but it is also important. It is important as JAX-RS is a significant technology of the the Java EE Platform but also relevant outside of the platform.
We're living in a more and more distributed world today. Instead of having individual, departmental projects running on hardware, today's systems run at large scale, centralized or even distributed. The needs for monitoring and managing never changed but got far more complex over time.
Apache Camel 2.14 is being released later this month. There is a slight holdup due some Apache infrastructure issue which is being worked on. This blog post is to talk about one of the new functions we have added to this release.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Sept 5 to Sept 12). This week's topics include REST API security, SOA principles, REST services with Spring, designing RESTful APIs, and getting started with JHipster.
You have probably used APIs of all sorts when creating applications. It doesn’t matter what the platform is, developers generally have to work with APIs to get any work done because modern applications rely on code that is written by someone else and uses an API for communication.
This is the 3rd post I am writing to explain the use of extension points in WSO2 Identity Server. WSO2 Identity Server has so many such extension points which are easily configurable and arm the server with lot of flexibility.
As a developer, I’m enjoying working on new microservice instances which are effectively greenfield projects with well defined constraints on their interface, but with a flexible internal implementation and therefore a flexible set of tools and frameworks with which we can achieve our goal.