Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Simplifications in Spring 3.0

two short but useful posts about Spring 3.0 simplifications by Spring Source Team.

- MVC Simpllifications in Spring 3.0

- Configuration Simplifications in Spring 3.0

- Task Scheduling Simplifications in Spring 3.0

have a look if you want to know what's new in Spring 3.0

Friday, December 25, 2009

Introducing the Java EE 6 Platform: Part 1

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is the industry-standard platform for building enterprise-class applications coded in the Java programming language. Based on the solid foundation of Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), Java EE adds libraries and system services that support the scalability, accessibility, security, integrity, and other requirements of enterprise-class applications.

Since its initial release in 1999, Java EE has matured into a functionally rich, high performance platform. Recent releases of the platform have also stressed simplicity and ease of use. In fact, with the current release of the platform, Java EE 5, development of Java enterprise applications has never been easier or faster.

Java EE 6 adds significant new technologies and extends the usability improvements made in previous Java EE releases.

Progress continues. The next release of the platform, Java EE 6, adds significant new technologies, some of which have been inspired by the vibrant Java EE community. It also further simplifies the platform, extending the usability improvements made in previous Java EE releases.

This article highlights some of the significant enhancements in Java EE 6.


- Java EE 6 Goals
- Powerful New Technologies
- Enhanced Web Tier Capabilities
- EJB Technology, Even Easier to Use
- A More Complete Java Persistence API
- Further Ease of Development
- Profiles and Pruning
- Summary
- For More Information
- Comments

read article here