Jakarta EE40 articles
I like to describe this book as a beginner’s book for experts. Anyone who needs to get up to speed quickly using Java is my primary audience.
Getting Started With Jakarta EE 10 – Jakarta REST
In this article, we take a look at how to get started developing RESTful web services on the Jakarta EE Platform using the Jakarta REST API.
Chronicle FIX: Designed Not To Skip A Message Even If Your Data Centre Fails
High availability is achieved in Chronicle FIX by failover, where workload is transferred from a primary engine to a secondary engine in the event of a primary engine failure.
A Quick Look At Faces (JSF) 4.0 In Jakarta EE 10
Learn why Jakarta Faces is a great choice especially as a Java developer when you need a UI framework for your application!
What’s New in Jakarta REST 3.1 in Jakarta EE 10?
The latest version of Jakarta REST is 3.1, which shipped with Jakarta EE 10. This version comes with two great new noteworthy features!
OmniFish Jakarta EE Survey 2022
Want to have a say in what happens for the next version of Jakarta EE? Check out the new edition of the Jakarta EE Survey 2022 by OmniFish!
What is An Application Server? In 3 Minutes!
Learn the difference between application servers and web servers, what an application server can do to make your life as a developer easier!
Payara Launches Payara Cloud – Serverless Approach for Jakarta EE
Payara has launched a new product Payara Cloud, designed to run Jakarta EE apps easily and quickly on the cloud.
EJB Support in Piranha via CDI
Since there’s so much existing code using Enterprise Beans (EJB), a certain level of support is still desired. Piranha Cloud takes a somewhat novel approach to Enterprise Beans and maps Enterprise Beans annotations to equivalent functionality in CDI or other Jakarta EE APIs.
The Future of EJB
EJB, or Enterprise Beans, are Java classes with a number of container provided services attached to them, such as transactions, remoting and security. A possible future direction for EJB is to rebase it on CDI. Instead of having those two essentially competing component models in Jakarta EE, we would end up with just one.
What is Jakarta RPC?
gRPC is an open source Remote Procedure Call framework; an alternative to REST. Find out more and how Payara is involved!