December 2008 Issue of Java Jazz up magazine
- Java News
Apple launched a stack of patches recently fixing at least 18 security vulnerabilities in its implementation of Java for Mac users.
- Java Developers Desk: Annotations
Sun Microsystem added the features like annotation to make the development easier and more efficient in jdk 5. The main objective to develop the annotations is to make the development easier.
- JBoss Application Server
JBoss is a free, open source application server under the LGPL license that is widely used for developing and deploying enterprise Java applications (J2EE), Web applications, and Portals.
- EJB 3.0
Enterprise beans are the Java EE server side components that run inside the ejb container and encapsulate the business logic of an enterprise application.
- XML - DTD
XML is a cross-platform, software and hardware independent tool for transmitting information”
XML is a W3C Recommendations. It stands for Extensible Markup Language.
- Hibernate with Annotation
Hibernate needs a metadata to govern the transformation of data from POJO to database tables and vice versa. Most commonly XML file is used to write the metadata information in Hibernate.
- Introduction to Ant
Ant is a platform-independent build tool that specially supports for the Java programming language. It is written purely in Java. Ant is a powerful technique that helps the developers to convert their developmental structures in
- Struts2 Data Tags
Apache Struts is an open-source framework used to develop Java web applications. We started introducing struts generic tags in the November issue.
- Integrating JSF, Spring and Hibernate
Integrating JSF, Spring and Hibernate This article explains integrating JSF (MyFaces), Spring and Hibernate to build real world User Login and Registration Application using
MySQL as database.
Facelet is a view technology for Java Server Faces (JSF) that allows building composite views more quickly and easily than with JSP which is the default view technology for JSF.
- Design Patterns
Behavioral Patterns Behavioral patterns are those patterns, which are specifically concerned with communication (interaction) between the objects.