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November 2007 Issue of Java Jazz up magazine

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Open source solution vendor Red Hat has signed an OpenJDK Community agreement and joined the Open Java project.

November 2007 Issue of Java Jazz up magazine

       

 

  1. Java News
    Open source solution vendor Red Hat has signed an OpenJDK Community agreement and joined the Open Java project.
      
  2. NetBeans IDE
    The NetBeans IDE, product of Sun Microsystems, is a free, open-source integrated development environment written entirely in Java for software developers.
      
  3. Introduction to Tomcat Server 
    Tomcat is an open source web server developed by Apache Group. Apache Tomcat is the servlet container that is used in the official Reference Implementation for the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies.
        
  4. Introduction to MySQL
    MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management System based on the Structured Query Language (SQL).
      
  5. Introduction to Hibernate
    When an application is developed, a major portion of that application involves the creation and maintenance of the persistence layer to store and retrieve objects from the database
       
  6. ANT  
    Initially, it was not an easy task to work on the large java projects but thanks to ant for simplifying the complex details apart from the development concepts that the software developers have to keep in regard while developing the java software. 
        
  7. Struts2 Tags 
    Apache Struts is an open-source framework used to develop Java web applications. Strut1 with all standard Java technologies and packages of Jakarta assists in creating an extensible development environment.
        
  8. Integrating Struts and Hibernate
    This article explains the integration of Struts and Hibernate, two worldwide-accepted frameworks in the landscape of development of enterprise applications.
        
  9. JSF Application
    Custom Converter Example in JSF JSF provides a very flexible architecture that not only let the developers use converters provided already by the implementation but also create their own converters according to the requirement of the application. 
      
  10. Design Pattern
    Behavioral Patterns Behavioral patterns are those patterns, which are specifically concerned with communication (interaction) between the objects.
         
  11. Tips & Tricks
    Java provides a lot of fun while programming. This article shows you how to use Java.awt.Robot class that is both useful and fun.
      
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