BT

Ready for InfoQ 3.0? Try the new design and let us know what you think!

rss
  • Followers

    Creating and Extending Apache Wicket Web Applications

    by Krzysztof Śmigielski Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 02, 2009 1

    Apache Wicket is a powerful, light-weight component-based web application framework with strong separation of presentation and business logic. It enables you to create quality Web 2.0 applications which are easy to test, debug and support.

  • Followers

    Evolving Java Without Changing the Language

    by Charles Humble Follow 1007 Followers on  Oct 15, 2009 14

    InfoQ examines three techniques for encouraging experimentation with potential new Java language features - DSLs, the annotation processor, and moving the syntactic sugar from the language to the IDE.

  • Followers

    Service Dynamics: the lazy man's way

    by Todor Boev Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 29, 2009 2

    This article describes "the hardest topic in OSGi, how to deal with service dynamics," based on personal experience. Two factors, concurrency and direct service references, make the problem "fiendishly hard." An import and an export policy should form a comprehensive doctrine for dealing with service dynamics and the article explores two export policies with their corresponding doctrines.

Followers

Spring 2.5: New Features in Spring MVC

Posted by Rossen Stoyanchev Follow 6 Followers on  Aug 03, 2008

Spring 2.5 rolled out a comprehensive set of annotations that can be used for auto-discovery of Spring-managed objects, dependency injection, lifecycle methods, Web layer configuration, and testing. 15

Followers

Annotation Hammer

Posted by Venkat Subramaniam Follow 6 Followers on  Jul 25, 2006

This article takes a look at why Annotations matter and discuss cases fortheir use and misuse. 16

Followers

Casestudy: Brasilian National Healthcare System

Posted by Fabiane Nardon Follow 3 Followers , Floyd Marinescu Follow 40 Followers on  May 12, 2006

A detailed look at the implementation and architecture behind 2M line of code, truly mission critical Java application. 11

BT