Here is a screen cast to show case how you can easily push a Java EE application to Oracle Application Container Cloud from your command line Overview start with a Java EE 7 Maven archetype — mvn archetype:generate -Dfilter=com.airhacks:javaee7-essentials-archetype modify the code — add a … Continue reading
Here are the details for my talk @ Oracle Code (a track at JavaOne 2017) – Streaming Solutions for Real time problems (Stream Processing solutions using Apache Kafka, Kafka Streams and Redis) Code (Github) – https://github.com/abhirockzz/accs-ehcs-stream-processing Video Slides Streaming Solutions for … Continue reading
REST assured with JAX-RS is now updated for JAX-RS 2.1 – a new chapter has been added to cover its new features. You can read it on Gitbook or grab it via Leanpub Cheers!
Information sent using the JAX-RS 2.1 SSE support (in Java EE 8) does not only have to be of String type – it supports Java primitives (Integer , Long etc.), JSON-B & JAX-B annotated types as well as custom objects whose encoding process (Java object to … Continue reading
JAX-RS 2.1 (part of Java EE 8) now supports returning a CompletionStage to mark the request as eligible for asynchronous processing. This is in addition to the AsyncResponse API which has been available since JAX-RS 2.0 (Java EE 7) Even the Client API has … Continue reading
Along with the Server API for SSE, JAX-RS 2.1 (part of Java EE 8) also has an equivalent client side API Here is a quick peek – you can grab the project from Github To summarize we use a @Singleton EJB … Continue reading
Glassfish 5 Build 11 is now available – with support for many of the Java EE 8 specifications e.g. JAX-RS 2.1, JPA 2.2, JSON-B 1.0 etc. For more details check out the Aquarium space. This blog covers test driving couple of new additions in this build – … Continue reading
Glassfish 5 builds for Java EE 8 are rolling along… here is another Docker based example on Github. This time it’s asynchronous events in CDI 2.0 (JSR 365) Steps Just follow the README… just a bunch of docker commands to get … Continue reading
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Tagged asynchronous, cdi, concurrency, events, glassfish, javaee8, jsr365, managed executor service, Server Sent Events, websocket
I just published a post – Debezium test drive. It uses Kafka and Java EE… check it out if this interests you Cheers!
Latest Glassfish 5 build 08 was announced today which includes JAX-RS 2.1 (JSR 370) integration. I am fond of Server Sent Events (SSE), so let’s take it for a test ride – here is a Docker based quick start on Github … Continue reading