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The Future of Java EE

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Jerome Dochez has been working on Java EE since 2000. He is the architect for Glassfish, and led the design and implementation of the GlassFish V1 and V3 application servers. He also created the Java Plug-in, was the architect for the Java Application Verification Kit, and worked on the first JavaBeans specification.

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Jun 01, 2011

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    by Praveen Kumar /

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    Is there a problem watching the video. I am not able to watch it.

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    Hi Praveen,

    This might be caused by a missing update of the Flash player. Please check on that and let me know if it works.

    Thanks!

    Razvan.

  • Re: Not able to watch the video

    by Madeleine Wright /

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    Can't download the mp3 version either - it says 'missing resource' ???

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    by Madeleine Wright /

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    Refreshed page and then the download worked :)

  • EE 7 and the could

    by serge ---- /

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    I don't think it's a good idea for Java EE 7 just to be about the cloud. Majority of EE applications are NOT in the cloud and may have no intention to go there. We need productivity enhancements to the all the core APIs (jpa, jsf, ejb, jax-rs, etc.) We need to take a close look at competing platforms and see what's going on there. For example, Microsoft has a really nice new standard view technology called Razor and now a really nice MVC framework with tooling support. What about things like new strongly typed view technology to replace JSP? How about making security easier to work with(ever try creating a simple login backed by a custom user data store? Maybe JAAS needs to become ALOT easier to use.)

    If there are only a few enhancements to the core APIs then we are stuck with what's in EE for many years to come (not that EE 6 doesn't have some nice things, but we need to continuously move the platform forward from all perspectives, especially on ease of use!).

  • Re: EE 7 and the could

    by Charles Humble /

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    The point about the cloud move is is one of the main themes of EE 7, rather than the only thing that is happening. Updates to APIs are planned. We'll try and get a round-up of know plans done shortly. There's also an interview I did with Jerome at QCon London - www.infoq.com/interviews/jerome-dochez-ee7 - which is worth a look if you've not seen it already.

  • Re: EE 7 and the could

    by gonzalad nope /

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    We need productivity enhancements to the all the core APIs (jpa, jsf, ejb, jax-rs, etc.) We need to take a close look at competing platforms and see what's going on there. For example, Microsoft has a really nice new standard view technology called Razor and now a really nice MVC framework with tooling support. What about things like new strongly typed view technology to replace JSP?


    Same feeling here :
    * Add a standardised MVC framework (just copying .Net MVC and Razor will be fine). JSF is ok for internal sites, but it's really bad when it comes to sites with high throughput or when we need to do progressive javascript.
    * enhance existing specs with hot deployment (JPA / CDI / JSF, ...) like JRebel or the playframework : 'Edit your Java files, save, refresh your browser and see the results immediately! '
    * and perhaps enhance annotation scanning (use the only one scanning for all specs : JPA, JAX-WS, CDI, JSF).
    * unify everything around CDI.

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