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JavaLand 2017

JavaLand 2017

The fourth edition of JavaLand had been on March 28th + 29th 2017. JavaLand is one of the biggest Java Congresses in Europe and is hosted in my home town. Yesterday I wrote my reports for an online channel as well as for a German printed magazine. Here I’ll blog about it from three personal […]

JShell at JavaLand – Slides

JShell at JavaLand – Slides

Yesterday I had my talk at JavaLand. It was all about Java 9’s great JShell, its API and a short view at its integration within NetBeans. Mathias had been so nice to take this snapshot of my talk. Although I prepared a lot of slides, I showed only a few one and demonstrated the JShell […]

Using WebSockets with Java EE, part 2.2

This post is part of my short series about WebSockets with Java EE. Technical aspects of the WebSocket protocol WebSockets in a Java EE 7 application JSF 2.3 and WebSockets As I mentioned before, there are personal reasons which reduce my current time. Thus I divided part 2 into smaller sections. This is the second […]

Using WebSockets with Java EE, part 2.1

Using WebSockets with Java EE, part 2.1

Before my holidays I started this short series about WebSockets and announced more articles during February. The day I started working on this matter, my godson died. So I did (and will do) other things than writing. I broke down my next article into two smaller pieces. One of them is the following writing. The […]

JUGC: Java Web Development with TomEE an...

In addition to my impressions of the JUGC evening about TomEE, Vaadin, Linkki and Arquillian, some of the speakers provided me slides and other documentation or links to it. Andy Gumbrecht This demo revolves around the MyBatis JPetStore 6 on Apache TomEE. It includes several examples on how to add EE technoligies to an existing […]

Impressions from JUGC: Java Web Developm...

Impressions from JUGC: Java Web Development with TomEE and Vaadin

On Friday, 17th we had another event at the Java User Group Cologne. An evening about Java web development with Apache TomEE and Vaadin. More than 40 Java enthusiasts participated that evening. The event was hosted by Faktor Zehn, the company which hosted the first NetBeans Evening Colonge, too. The evening was scheduled from 6:30 […]

JSF 2.3 Public Review

The specification is now officially available for public review. Get it from the JCP site [1]. One of the big ticket features of this upcoming version is the easy usage of the WebSocket protocol. The expert group defined a <f:websocket> tag. As promised in my last article, I’m going to present a small application next […]

Using WebSockets with Java EE, part 1

Using WebSockets with Java EE, part 1

The next version of JSF, 2.3 comes with the support of the WebSocket protocol. But can’t we use such with the current version of JSF (2.2)? Yes, we can. Using Java enterprise edition (Java EE) 7 you may create a so called endpoint. NetBeans support creating this out of the box, and it can be […]

Job opportunity at the Cologne/Bonn area

This site is home of my personal blog. But today I’m going to write about my principal occupation. I am the division manager software development at the German DRG institute [1]. In this role, I’m looking forward for a software developer to join the team. If you fluently speak Java or C# (best: both of […]