Daily del.icio.us for August 17th through August 27th
- jaque – Project Hosting on Google Code – JaQue provides an infrastructure for Microsoft LINQ like capabilities on Java platform. Using ASM, JaQue builds expression trees, which are used to build a query in domain specific technology or language, such as SQL
- [ANNOUNCEMENT] Apache Wink 0.1 Released (JAX-RS Implementation) « Show me the code! – By Davanum Srinivas – Apache Wink is a framework for building RESTful Web services.
It is comprised of a Server module and a Client module for developing
and consuming RESTful Web services.
- Jeroen Reijn: Apache Camel: open source integration framework – This blogpost was inspired by an article over at Gridshore, where Jettro wrote a post on using Spring Integrations as integration framework. Since I'm pretty much Apache minded, I have been looking around for other open source integration frameworks within the ASF, which brought me to Apache Camel.
- Struts 2 Hibernate Validation Tutorial – The Hibernator Validator framework follows the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) principle. Using Hibernator Validator you need to specify the constraints using annotations in the domain object. Once you specify the constraints you can use it in any layer of your application without duplicating it.
- InfoQ: Spring and Java EE 6 – Jürgen Höller presents some of the new features coming in Java EE 6 and how their relate to Spring Framework: Profiles, Servlet 3.0, JSR-236 Concurrency, JSF 2.0, JPA 2.0, JSR-303, JAX-RS, EJB 3.1, JSR-299.
- Jeviathon: Adding a second In-Memory datasource to your Spring configuration – Software Architecture,Java Development, Spring and Hibernate by Software Architect Chris Hardin – There you have it, a quick in memory database. It is super fast as well it should be since it is all in memory
- The Truth: What’s Really Going On With Apple, Google, AT&T And The FCC – This isn’t about protecting users, it’s about controlling them. And that’s not what Apple should be about. Put the users first, Steve, and don’t lie to us. We’re not that dumb.
- Daring Fireball: Choice Nuggets From Apple’s Response to the FCC’s Inquiry Regarding the Rejection and Removal of Google Voice Apps From the App Store – Apple’s response is worth reading in its entirety; it is written in clear, plain language, and gives straight answers to nearly all questions. A few choice bits, though
- Investor Daily: Red Hat takes on the recession – Aug. 21, 2009 – Fair or not, Red Hat is the best proxy for how open source software has been received during this economic downturn, and guess what? It's doing pretty well.
- Open source Java caching vendors merge | Open Source – InfoWorld – Terracotta, an open source Java caching vendor, announced it acquired EHCache earlier this week.
- YouTube – Google I/O 2009 – Best Practices for Architecting GWT App – Google Web Toolkit provides the infrastructure you need to build a high performance web application and leaves the architecture open to fit your needs. Learn from others who have gone before. In this session we'll discuss best practices that real web applications are using to achieve high performance event handling, UI creation, and more.
- New Java 6 Collections « Caught By Java – With the release of Java 6, Sun Microsystems has added some new interfaces and their implementation to the existing java collection family.
- Math – Commons-Math: The Apache Commons Mathematics Library – Commons Math is a library of lightweight, self-contained mathematics and statistics components addressing the most common problems not available in the Java programming language or Commons Lang.