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    Tapestry for Nonbelievers

    by Renat Zubairov Follow 0 Followers , Igor Drobiazko Follow 0 Followers on  May 10, 2008 34

    A new article by Igor Drobiazko and Renat Zubairov provides an introduction to version 5 of the Apache Tapestry component-oriented web framework. The tutorial shows readers how to create a component. It also covers Tapestry's IoC features and Ajax support that is provided through Prototype and

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    RESTful Services with Erlang and Yaws

    by Steve Vinoski Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 31, 2008 4

    In this article, Steve Vinoski explains how to build RESTful Web services using the Erlang programming language and the Yaws web server. While Steve considers most Web frameworks failures simply because they were a poor match to the problem, he believes Yaws and Erlang are a better match for RESTful development than many other language frameworks that were built specifically for that purpose.

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    High Performance Ajax with GWT

    by Ryan Dewsbury Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 04, 2008 6

    In a new article Ryan Dewsbury takes a look at how GWT assists developers in terms of Ajax performance by providing image bundling, caching, and application compression. It also includes an excerpt from Dewsbury's book, Google Web Toolkit Applications.


From Tags to Riches: Going from Web 1.0 to Flex

Posted by James Ward Follow 0 Followers , Shashank Tiwari Follow 0 Followers on  Feb 10, 2008

In their article, Porting From Web 1.0 To Rich Internet Applications (RIA), James Ward and Shashank Tiwari walk through replacing a Web 1.0 interface with a rich Adobe Flex user interface. 3


What's New in Spring 2.5: Part 1

Posted by Mark Fisher Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 19, 2007

The first in a series of articles exploring what's new in Spring 2.5: annotation support for dependency injection, auto-detection of Spring components on the classpath and lifecycle methods. 23


Creating dynamic web applications with JSF/DWR/DOJO

Posted by Ashish Sarin Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 04, 2007

JSF, DWR, and Dojo are all popular technologies in their own right. This article looks at how they can be integrated together in a portal environment. 12


Using ETags to Reduce Bandwith & Workload with Spring & Hibernate

Posted by Gavin Terrill Follow 1 Followers on  Jul 11, 2007

Gavin Terrill explains the humble "ETag Response Header", and how to integrate its use in a Spring and Hibernate based web app to improve application performance and scalability. 12


Interview: Jérome Louvel about Restlet

Posted by Stefan Tilkov Follow 3 Followers on  Apr 17, 2007

In this exclusive InfoQ interview, Jérome Louvel talks about Restlet, a Java framework for building Web applications following the REST architectural style. 3


Web Applications with Spring Web Flow and Terracotta for Spring

Posted by Jonas Bonér Follow 3 Followers , Eugene Kuleshov Follow 0 Followers on  Apr 03, 2007

Jonas Boner gives an overview of Spring Web Flow and Terracotta and shows how to cluster SWF with Terracotta. 2


InfoQ Book Excerpt: Rails for Java Developers

Posted by Stuart Halloway Follow 3 Followers on  Feb 13, 2007

Rails for Java Programmers, by Stuart Halloway and Justin Gehtland, teaches the Rails framework to Java developers. This InfoQ excerpt includes sections on controllers, core classes, and unit testing. 2


Spring 2.0: What's New and Why it Matters

Posted by Rod Johnson Follow 0 Followers on  Jan 15, 2007

Rod Johnson provides the definitive guide to Spring 2.0 enhancements to the core container, XML configuration extensions, AOP enhancements and Java 5-specific features. 4


Introduction to JBoss Seam

Posted by Michael Yuan Follow 0 Followers on  Dec 18, 2006

Jboss Seam is a full-stack web app framework that unifies and integrates Ajax, JSF, EJB3, Portlets, and BPM. This excerpt from the to-be-released first book on Seam introduces Seam's capabilities. 17

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