A new version of the Spring.NET framework, version 1.3, was recently released. InfoQ spoke with Mark Pollack, founder and lead of the Spring.NET project, to learn more about this release and what new capabilities it brings, and also to learn more about the new Spring Integration.NET project.
A lot has happened since the last Bundle.update. SpringSource dm Server becomes an EPL project at Eclipse; a new book on OSGi and Equinox has been published; the OSGi Enterprise Expert Group is nearing completion; WebSphere has released an alpha based on Apache Aries; Maven Tycho is being used at Eclipse; Nimble facilitates OSGi runtimes, and ECF Remote Services are now complete.
Today SpringSource announced the creation of the Virgo project which proposes transitioning dm Server to an EPL based Eclipse project.
Continuing their push integrating Java and cloud technologies, SpringSource today announced the release of the SpringSource Cloud Foundry. The website enables easy deployment of Java web applications to cloud platforms such as Amazon EC2.
Today VMware announced they have acquired SpringSource for a mix of approximately $362 million in cash and equity plus the assumption of approximately $58 million of unvested stock and options. Industry reactions soon...
Google App Engine was initially using Apache Tomcat as their webserver/servlet container but eventually switched to Jetty.
The latest version of SpringSource Tool Suite (STS), an Eclipse-based development environment for building Spring applications, supports Spring 3.0 and OSGi Development Tools. SpringSource development team recently announced the release of the first Release Candidate of SpringSource Tool Suite 2.1.0 version. The new version also supports run time integration with Amazon EC2 and VMware tools.
In the opening keynote at SpringOne Europe 2009, Rod Johnson wondered if Java innovation is going to be stifled by latest Oracle acquisition and expressed his belief that Java will continue to evolve outside of Sun as it has done for the last few years. As proof he mentioned: Grails, Roo, a tool for improved developer productivity, a free STS, tc Server and dm Server.
SpringSource, the commercial maintainer of the Spring Framework, has made its third acquisition in two years by purchasing Hyperic, an open source systems monitoring and management specialist. InfoQ looks at the two companies' product offerings and talks to Javier Soltero, formerly CEO of Hyperic and now CTO of Management Products at SpringSource, to find out more about the deal.
SpringSource has released version 2.0 of the Spring Tool Suite with OSGi, SpringSource Dm Server, and XML editing enhancements.
Recently SpringSource released version 1.6 of the Groovy programming language and now they've followed up with a new version of Grails.
In this interview made by InfoQ’s Srini Penchikala, Rob Harrop talks about SpringSource dm Server, its OSGi based modularity and the advantages it offers. He also touches other adjacent topics like support for Java EE6, cloud computing, JMX, and others.
InfoQ has interviewed Mark Pollack, founder of Spring.NET, about release 1.2.0, made available late last year, and their plans for the near future. The major new features are: WCF, MSMQ, ActiveMQ, and Quartz.NET integration support. The roadmap contains two bug fixing releases and support for Microsoft’s test framework. Spring.NET 2 will feature ASP.NET MVC support.
Adobe continued their courting of Java developers with help from Spring Source, with the recent announcement that the SpringFramework will add official Flex support with their new project called “Spring BlazeDS.”
In this interview made by Srini Penchikala, with the participation of Ryan Slobojan, Rod Johnson answered many questions about Spring Framework 3.0 and other applications developed under SpringSource’s umbrella - Tool Suite, Integration, Web Flow, Batch – talking about their current status and existing plans for the future.