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Arjan Tijms
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Java EE Survey 2018 - results
At OmniFaces we poll the community from time to time about Java EE and related technologies. With all the changes that are about to happen with the move of Java EE to Eclipse and the subsequent renaming to Jakarta EE , we expanded the survey a little for th...
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Java EE Survey 2018
At OmniFaces we poll the community from time to time about Java EE and related technologies. With all the changes that are about to happen with the move of Java EE to Eclipse and the subsequent renaming to Jakarta EE , we expanded the survey a little for th...
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Payara 5 RC1 available for testing
We are happy to announce that Payara 5 release candidate 1 is now available for download . Payara 5 is the first release that will include all of the Java EE 8 and MicroProfile 1.2 components, including a special build of Mojarra (JSF 2.3) based on the 2.4 ...
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Dynamically adding an interceptor to a build-in CDI bean
In Java EE's CDI, beans can be augmented via 2 artefacts; Decorators and Interceptors . Decorators are typically owned by the application code and can decorate a bean that's shipped by the container ( build-in beans ) or a library. Interceptors are typicall...
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Extensionless URLs with JSF 2.3
An extensionless URL is a URL without a final suffix like .xhtml , .html , .jsp , etc. Such a suffix is seen as technical "clutter" that's hard to remember for humans. Servers often need it though to route a request to the right controller. JSF, a Java EE M...
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Dynamic beans in CDI
A while ago we wrote about CDIs ability to dynamically add Bean<T> instances to the CDI runtime. A Bean<T> is a kind of factory for beans, that makes types available for injection, lookup via the bean manager , or by referencing them in expression language....
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Should the community take over JSF.next or not?
JSF aka JavaServer Faces is a component based MVC framework that's part of Java EE and is one of the oldest Java MVC frameworks that's still supported and actively used (version 1.0 was released in 2004 ). Over time, Java EE itself has grown considerably an...
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Draft list of changes in Servlet 4.0
The proposed final draft (PDF) of the Servlet 4.0 spec has just been made available at GitHub . The major new feature is HTTP/2 support and specifically the push support that comes with it. Java EE already has support for push via WebSockets (including WebS...
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JSF 2.3 released!
After a long and at times intense spec and development process the JSF 2.3 EG is proud to announce that today we've released JSF 2.3 . JSF (JavaServer Faces), is a component based MVC framework that's part of Java EE. JSF 2.3 in particular is part of Java E...
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The state of portable authentication in Java EE, end 2016 update
In the beginning and middle of this year we looked at how well modern Java EE servers supported portable authentication (JASPIC) in Java EE. As the end of 2016 approaches we take a third look to see how things are progressing. Since our last time new versio...
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