Get an overview of the Vaadin framework and learn how to use it to build modern web applications on the Jakarta EE Platform in pure Java.
Exploring Java Records In A Jakarta EE Context
This article explores the adoption of Java Records in a Jakarta EE application as a data transfer and projection object.
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.
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!
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.
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!
Payara Launches Jakarta EE 10 Platform Compatible Product
With the launch of Jakarta EE 10 today, Payara releases Payara 6 Community Alpha 4 immediately, bringing new features!
Google Remote Procedure Call (gRPC) Example in Payara Server
Payara has developed a module to support gRPC. It is available in Payara Community GitHub repository.
Ignore Infrastructure: Concentrate on Code with Jakarta EE and Payara Cloud
What used to take days or weeks of frustration getting the infrastructure set up to run an application in the Cloud is now automated when you use Payara Cloud.
What is a Java Uber-JAR and Why Is It Useful?
Get started with Uber-JAR today and learn the different variants of the Uber-JAR artifact and the advantages and drawbacks it has.
Quick Fire Java: Java After Log4j
Watch a 10 minute discussion on Log4j, security processes and prioritization, and how Payara dealt with the vulnerability.