This second tutorial about Websocket will illustrate how you can use Encoders/Decoders in order to transmit complex structures between your peers.
Websockets: using Encoders and Decoders
WebSockets tutorial on Wildfly 8
WebSockets are a new way for Web clients to communicate with servers and vice versa, without the overhead of an HTTP protocol. Using a WebSocket connection, Web applications can perform real-time communication instead of having to poll for changes back and forth.
JBoss AS 7 development book available!
Just published! I'm pleased to inform you that the JBoss AS 7 development book has been published today!
It's a complete guide for JBoss developers covering everything from basic installation to creating, debugging, and securing Java EE applications on JBoss AS 7
Rewrite: a Java EE URL rewriting solution
This tutorial will discuss about a cool open-source project named Rewrite which is an URL-rewriting solution for Servlet, JSF, and Java EE. Rewrite offers powerful configuration, flexible extensions, and framework integration.
Using Netbeans and JBoss AS 7
NetBeans IDE is an open-source integrated development environment. NetBeans IDE supports development of all Java application types (Java SE (including JavaFX), Java ME, web, EJB and mobile applications) out of the box. In the last couple of months I've been monitoring the Netbeans Bug 200132 which is about adding support for JBoss AS 7. Now the bug is fixed and, starting from the 7.3.1 release you can test it against JBoss AS 7 / EAP 6.
Win your Rebel Trip !
Our Partner ZeroTurnAround has just launched a great Marketing Campaign. Register here for JRebel and you have a chance to win 3 trips for two to one of these 3 great destinations: CERN, NASA or CES in Las Vegas! Winners get their choice:). All you need to do to enter is trying JRebel! I have already registered, and you ?
JBoss AS 7 custom caches configuration
In this example we will learn how to configure a Custom Cache for your Stateful Session Beans for your JBoss AS 7 applications.
Wildfly 8 introduction
JBoss AS has a new name: as you probably know future versions of the application server will be named Wildfly. Let's have our first taste of WildFly 8.
A Thread pattern for JBoss Enterprise applications
Using Threads in your Enterprise applications has been traditionally discouraged as it might conflict with the Application Server's own threads. Nevertheless with the introduction of the Asynchronous EJBs it is possible to explore new design patterns which allow managing your thread pool from within the EJB container.
- Using the Drools Guvnor Repository to store your Rules
- Securing AS 7 applications using the ApplicationRealm
- Configuring Single Signon on JBoss AS 7
- Instant Drools Starter book review
- How to create time based rules
- Drools and Maven example project
- jBPM 5 and Maven example project
- Discover JBoss AS 7 modularity
- Configure JBoss with LDAP
- Primefaces cookbook review
- Primefaces drag and drop
- Integrate JRebel with JBoss
- Using Web Valves with JBoss 7
- JSF custom tags using Java classes
- JSF custom tag tutorial
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