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Server Side Web Frameworks, The Last Stand

October 16, 2013

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I’m a fan of client / server architecture. I believe that…

  • the front end should be limited to the presentation tier
  • the back end should be limited to the logic / data tiers
  • the presentation tier should be separate from the logic / data tiers
  • the presentation tier should integrate with the logic / data tiers

I believe that the front end, the presentation tier, should be executed on the client and that the back end, the logic / data tier, should be executed on the server.
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CDI in Standard Portlets with Red Hat JBoss Portal 6.1 Beta

October 7, 2013

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Simply Awesome!

Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) has been available for a while now – it’s standard with Java EE 6.  Red Hat has always been a steward of open standards and breaking new grounds by leading the specifications, such as leading the CDI specification.  Thus, JBoss Portal 6.1 is proud to bring CDI to Portal applications!

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The beginning of the end of web containers?

October 2, 2013

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Is this the beginning of the end of web containers (i.e. servlet containers)?

For years, I preferred running Tomcat. It was easy. To install, extract the files. It was fast. It took seconds to start, and it took seconds to deploy a web application.

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Need to meet business priorities? Accelerate development.

September 19, 2013

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The business priorities may include increasing enterprise growth, delivering operational results, accelerating innovation, and increasing satisfaction.

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How can the right middleware help meet these priorities?

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PaaS: OpenShift, Architecture, and Success

September 10, 2013

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Next week, Matt Hicks and Bill DeCoste will be delivering a webinar on how to design and deploy applications to the cloud.


How to design code for the cloud and enjoy the benefits of PaaS

Designing and coding cloud-ready applications is essential to your business’ future success. So take advantage of the resources you have. Letting your developers use their existing skills can help you meet your growing application-development needs.

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Java EE in the Cloud: OpenShift Architecture

August 14, 2013

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I am going to spend August and September highlighting Java EE and JBoss EAP in the cloud. I will focus on deploying Java EE applications JBoss EAP running on OpenShift Online (Public PaaS), OpenShift Enterprise (Private PaaS), and OpenStack (Private IaaS). In fact, I am planning to run OpenShift Enterprise on Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure in a dedicated lab at Red Hat. More on that later.

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The Rules of Fight Club – Spring Framework / Java EE Edition

July 25, 2013

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My instinct was to publish a post comparing Spring Framework to Java EE. However, I realized that I needed to dispel outdated misconceptions about framework first. I did this through a series of posts that dispelled these outdated misconceptions in the form of rules. Here is a summary of the rules I came up with. I don’t know that I will ever publish a proper comparison of Spring Framework and Java EE, but I hope that if someone else does that they follow these rules.

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Java EE or Spring Framework – Rule #6

July 16, 2013

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I came across a Java EE / Spring Framework post on DZone the other day.

It wasn’t the first, and it won’t be the last.

I want to get in the ring, but first we need some rules.

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Java EE or Spring Framework – Rule #5

July 12, 2013

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I came across a Java EE / Spring Framework post on DZone the other day.

It wasn’t the first, and it won’t be the last.

I want to get in the ring, but first we need some rules.

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Java EE or Spring Framework – Rule #4

July 9, 2013

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I came across a Java EE / Spring Framework post on DZone the other day.

It wasn’t the first, and it won’t be the last.

I want to get in the ring, but first we need some rules.

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