As mentioned in my article Aggressive Road Map for Java EE 8, MVC 1.0 is left out of the plans for Java EE 8. The way I see it, and also have indications from several people I have talked with during JavaOne, the possible outcomes of this are: 1. MVC is dropped completely 2. MVC continues and […]

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If you are developing web applications, sooner or later you will come across something called Cross Site Request Forgery. The most common way to prevent CSRF attacks is by embedding additional, difficult-to-guess data fields, or tokens, in requests containing sensitive data. Support for CSRF protection has been added to the MVC 1.0 specification. It goes like […]

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It’s just over 18 months since Java EE 7 dropped, though given the relatively low uptake, you may still have yet to fully sample it. In lieu of it setting the Javasphere aflame however, there’s been plenty of healthy debate in the community as to why production support has failed to materialise on the scale […]

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By Rahman Usta The new JSR 371 MVC 1.0 specification is coming. This specification will bring us an alternative way to apply MVC to the Java EE ecosystem in action-based manner. The MVC 1.0 specification has grown up under the Java EE 8 umbrella and it’s RI (Reference Implementation) is Ozark. In this blog, I want […]

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Work on Java EE 8 is well on its way, and there have been a lot of developments this year – so now seems like a great time for a roundup! Without further ado, let’s dive right in…starting with a look at Java EE 7. Java EE 7 revolved around three important themes: HTML 5 […]

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By Thomas Guerin (originally published in French on the Xebia blog) Delivering a stable Android application in production is not easy. At Devoxx, Lordanis Giannakakis explained the techniques implemented at Shazam to speed and reliability of the cycle of releases. This is no mean feat when you consider that Shazam has no less than 100 million active […]

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I travel the world and the seven seas…Everybody’s looking for support MVC may be the vanilla option, but conventional isn’t always best. Ben Gurion University PhD candidate and and Harvard University Fellow Michael Bar Sinai explains to Voxxed why he and the team behind research data repository system the Dataverse opted to throw the Command Pattern switch. […]

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