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AppFuse 3.0 - Java 7, Spring 4, PrimeFaces, Mockito, Bootstrap 3, Wicket

by Bienvenido David on  Jan 13, 2014 1

AppFuse 3.0 has been released. AppFuse uses the Maven Archetype plugin to generate a starter Java project, which allows you to quickly get started with a full-stack Java EE application. Version 3.0 is using Mojarra and PrimeFaces for its JSF framework and library, Mockito for its test mocking framework, Bootstrap 3 for its front-end framework, and added Apache Wicket as a Web Framework option.

Nashorn Voted In as a Successor to Rhino in the OpenJDK Project

by Abhay Bakshi on  Jan 17, 2013

The current OpenJDK members have voted Oracle's Project Nashorn, a new JVM-based JavaScript implementation, as a successor to Rhino which is the current JVM JavaScript implementation. Nashorn is due for release with Java 8 in late 2013. It allows JavaScript to be embedded in Java applications and to develop standalone JavaScript applications.

Nashorn Proposed as Replacement JavaScript Engine for OpenJDK

by Charles Humble on  Nov 29, 2012

Oracle's multi-language lead Jim Laskey has proposed a new JVM-based JavaScript implementation, Nashorn, as an OpenJDK project.

Google Previews Java 7 Support for App Engine

by Charles Humble on  Nov 07, 2012

Google has included a preview of the forthcoming support for Java 7 in the October update to their Platform-as-a-Service App Engine

IBM Releases JDK 7

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 03, 2011 2

IBM have announced the availability of IBM SDK Java Technology Edition Version 7 for both their AIX platform and the Linux platform. The SDK is available for download from developerWorks and brings the compiler and runtime to the same level as found in OpenJDK.

Adam Messinger Talks to InfoQ About Java 7 and 8

by Charles Humble on  Aug 01, 2011

Following on from last week's release of Java 7, InfoQ spoke to Adam Messinger, Vice President of Development in the Fusion Middleware group at Oracle, to get more information about the release and Oracle's plan for Java 8.

Java SE 7 Released: First Major Update Since December 2006

by Charles Humble on  Jul 28, 2011 1

Java 7 is generally available from today, the first release of the Java platform since Oracle's acquisition of Sun. The release includes a number of small but welcome changes to the language, incorporates a new file API and the Fork/Join Framework, and improves dynamic language support on the JVM.

Oracle Have Released NetBeans 7.0 with Support for the JDK7 Developer Preview and HTML5

by Charles Humble on  Apr 20, 2011

With today's release of NetBeans 7.0, NetBeans becomes the first open source IDE to support JDK 7. Other highlights include Maven 3 integration and HTML5 support.

Oracle Announces the JDK 7 Developer Preview but Licensing Concerns Persist

by Charles Humble on  Feb 24, 2011

Oracle's Mark Reinhold has announced that the JDK 7 Developer Preview build (milestone 12) is now available and the firm is keen to hear developer feedback. The majority of Java IDEs are also moving rapidly to support the new features of Java 7. However concern has been expressed in some quarters over the pre-release software evaluation license terms.

JDK 7 is Feature Complete

by Charles Humble on  Jan 17, 2011 3

The JDK 7 project says it has shipped the first feature complete build of JDK 7, tracking close to the expected schedule.

InvokeDynamic Updates in OpenJDK

by Charles Humble on  Jan 12, 2011

The OpenJDK builds recently started to include an updated version of the JSR 292 API, which, whilst not yet final, gives a good indication as to how the JSR is shaping up.

JSR 310 Date and Time API for Java

by Alex Blewitt and Charles Humble on  Mar 17, 2010 12

Stephen Colebourne, lead of the JSR 310 Date and Time API, has recently published an Early Draft Review of the proposed additions and changes to the Java language. InfoQ caught up with Stephen at QCon London to find out more about the project.

Bundle.update: OSGi in Java EE, JSR 294 Marked Inactive

by Alex Blewitt on  Dec 11, 2009 1

Since the last bundle.update, a number of interesting events have occurred in the OSGi and modular Java space. JSR 294 has been (automatically) marked as inactive, the Enterprise Expert Group has released draft 4, WebSphere will allow direct running of OSGi applications and upcoming OSGi conferences have early bird discounts and call for speakers finishing soon.

JDK 7 Milestone 5 Includes Concurrency and Performance Updates, But Is Not Feature Complete

by Charles Humble on  Nov 25, 2009 4

Sun's Java SE team recently released the Milestone 5 build of JDK 7. This was expected to be a feature complete release of Java 7 but is some way short of that. InfoQ takes a look at what has been added and some of the major features still missing.

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