Spring-JSF integration

Spring is a powerful framework for building enterprise Java applications. JSF is a standards-based technology that can simplify Web development. It is possible to combine the two with surprisingly little effort, allowing developers to take advantage of the best that both Spring and JSF have to offer. Check this useful article By Michael Klaene whichContinue reading “Spring-JSF integration”

Eclipse Dominates Grassroots IDE : An eWeek Report

The Eclipse platform dominated a straw poll on integrated development environments, more than doubling the ranking of the next closest IDE in the survey, Microsoft’s Visual Studio. About 58 percent of developers polled said Eclipse is their favorite IDE. Visual Studio came in second with just over 18 percent of developers claiming it as theirContinue reading “Eclipse Dominates Grassroots IDE : An eWeek Report”

The seven modules of the Spring framework

Spring is an open source framework created to address the complexity of enterprise application development. One of the chief advantages of the Spring framework is its layered architecture, which allows you to be selective about which of its components you use while also providing a cohesive framework for J2EE application development. The Spring framework isContinue reading “The seven modules of the Spring framework”

Sun to shine on AJAX

Sun Microsystems will shine more light on accommodations for AJAX in their future projects. They will also provide an update to Java Server Faces(JSF) component for Web application development. Through this sun focusing on making the Javascript more available to the developers. Through this accomodation with javascript will make AJAX much much simpler. One ofContinue reading “Sun to shine on AJAX”