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Screenshots from our mobile-first redesign of NFJS, the Magazine (http://nofluffjuststuff.com/home/magazine_subscribe) in EPUB3, MOBI and PDF formats. The magazine is produced from articles written in AsciiDoc format using only tools from the +Asciidoctor ecosystem. These tools are being integrated into an Asciidoctor sub-projected named "editions" for the purpose of producing publications such as this one.

These screenshots were taken on a Nexus 7 2012 Android tablet. The eBook formats of the magazine are responsive and scale to any device size.

The fonts used in the magazine are as follows:

M+ 1p - headings, callout numbers
Noto Serif - body copy
M+ 1mn - source code and inline literals
Font Awesome - admonition icons
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Arquillian Core 1.1.4.Final (tigger) Released!
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What’s fixed in 1.1.4.Final?

*  org.junit.Assume
When running JUnit test cases in a Remote container the result of Assume was reported incorrectly as Passed when evaluated on the client side. This is now fixed and the client side should show Skipped as with any other JUnit test.

* org.junit.Test(timeout)
JUnit supports the notion of setting a timeout on a Test method to allow JUnit to kill the execution and report it as Failed if it takes too long. Support for this was added in Arquillian Core 1.0.2.Final, but the implementation had some unforeseen consequences and was removed in 1.1.3.Final. We’re now happy to report this has been reintroduced in 1.1.4.Final. ..the support for timeout that is, not the unforeseen consequence… ;)

* Upgraded to ShrinkWrap 1.2.2 and ShrinkWrap Resolver 2.1.0
The new ShrinkWrap Resolver version adds support for Maven > 3.1.0 and adding repositories programmatically.

And as always; for more information you can see the full release notes at http://arquillian.org/blog/2014/03/31/arquillian-core-1-1-4-Final/

Arquillian Core 1.1.4.Final is code named Tigger as we're dedicating this release to long time supporter and +Apache TomEE lead +David Blevins on his birthday. Enjoy! :)
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Continuous Enterprise Development in Java
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Look what the postman dragged in!

My first copy of "Continuous Enterprise Development in Java, Testable Solutions with Arquillian" by +Andrew Lee Rubinger and me published by +O'Reilly 

http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920025368.do


From the book:

Acknowledgments

First and foremost we would like to give a huge thanks to the Arquillian community: wonderful, talented folks from around the world who have contributed their time and knowledge to help improve the project, from coding to writing to speaking to screaming on the Internet (yes, we pay attention to you).

A special thank you to all the Arquillian module leads: +Karel Piwko  , +Bartosz Majsak, +Lukáš Fryč +Dan Allen, +Štefan Miklošovič, +Jakub Narloch , Gerhard Poul, +John D. Ament+Jan Papoušek  +Bernard Łabno, Ståle Pedersen, +Ken Finnigan,  Tolis Emmanouilidis, +Ales Justin, Martin Genčur, +Vineet Reynolds, Davide D’Alto, +Jean Deruelle+David Blevins,  +Mark Struberg  +Thomas Diesler, Romain Manni-Bucau, +Logan McGrath and +Alexis Hassler.

A big shout out to +Sarah White  and +Cheyenne Weaver for giving us the visual identity and the storyline to play with. You make us look good!

And thanks to all the people who helped us throughout this book, correcting and commenting on the content.

Thanks to +Meghan Blanchette  for being so persistent on pushing us back to work. This probably (definitely) would never have reached revision if you hadn’t!

And last but not least, a big thanks to our friend in code +Adam Bien  for the foreword.

This book is for the community from which our work was born, raised, and continues to evolve.
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Wow, another amazing achievement that I'm proud to announce. What started as a conversation at Devoxx Belgium 2013 has blossomed into a RebelLabs Report, with contributions from +Markus Eisele +Hildeberto Mendonça +Simon Maple +Oleg Shelajev - how to get yourself set up and ready to go using the only real alternatives to GlassFish: TomEE by Tomitribe and WildFly/JBoss from Red Hat.  Anyway, "so long and thanks for all the fish" ;-)
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