In September Oracle announced that it would be moving Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation. EE4J is the start of the project which aims to define API specifications, reference implementations, and technology compatibility kits for Java application servers. EE4J is based on Java EE 8. At Java One last week, a panel of experts from Eclipse […]

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Join Clement Escoffier for a walk through the reactive landscape, recorded at Devoxx UK 2017. Reactive Programming, Reactive eXtensions, Reactive Streams, Reactive Systems, Reactive Manifesto, that’s a lot of “reactive” thingies. Just to make it even more confusing, “reactive” is often associated with asynchronous, scalability, RX libraries, back pressure, streams, observables, futures, promises, spreadsheets and […]

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Services Assemble! Apply MVP Principles to Create Cutting-Edge Microservices Without Chaos with Spring Cloud/Netflix OSS In this session recorded at Devoxx UK 2017, learn how to use proven patterns & open source software to rapidly build a robust portfolio of microservices that provide a solid foundation for your dynamic and growing microservice architecture. This session […]

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Java EE is the killer platform for development of UI APIs. In this code driven session at Voxxed Days Bucharest, Adam Bien codes and compares Angular 2, React JS, Polymer and plain JavaScript approaches to implement SPAs with RESTful microservice backend running on docker. We then caught up with Adam right after and asked him […]

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Spring 5 will debut it’s support for reactive programming. It’s due to integrate an MVC-like component model adapted to support reactive processing and a new type of web endpoint, functional reactive endpoints. In this talk, we’ll look at the basics of the reactive streams initiative, the new Netty-based web runtime, functional reactive endpoints, data access, […]

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By Fabio Turizo of Payara Nowadays, the concept of microservices is more than a simple novelty. With the advent of DevOps and the boom of container technologies and deployment automation tools, microservices are changing the way developers structure their applications. This article will see how microservices can be a valid option for Java EE developers […]

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In September, we looked at MicroProfile, an initiative to create a baseline platform definition that optimises Java EE for a microservices architecture. It is a collaboration between Red Hat, IBM, Tomitribe, Payara, the London Java Community and more, with different implementations from different groups (see MicroProfile 1.0: What developers want). This is a quick glance […]

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Introducing the MicroProfile MicroProfile is not just a new buzzword. It’s a serious collaboration to evolve Enterprise Java in a Microservices world, supported by such companies as Red Hat, IBM, LJC, Payara and Tomitribe. Since its launch in June the MicroProfile collaboration has gained the attention and participation from the wider Enterprise Java community including […]

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In September, we saw the release of MicroProfile 1.0. It is a exploration looking at a vendor-neutral, lightweight baseline set of technologies to offer Java EE for a microservices architecture. On 25th February, author of three books on JavaEE Antonio Goncalves will be speaking at Voxxed Days CERN. He will demonstrate how MicroProfile fits in a […]

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When Oracle announced that MVC 1.0 was withdrawn from Java EE 8, they also indicated that they were investigating a possible transfer to a community member or organization for completion as a standalone JSR. True to their word, a request for a transfer ballot of JSR 371 has now been submitted to the JCP Executive Committee. […]

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