Stripes is a simple and powerful action-based Java web application framework. Version 1.5 has recently been released with lots of cool features. Author Frederic Daoud demonstrates how easy it is to develop a web application with Stripes by writing a simple example, where a user fills out a form to register and then logs in to access the application.
Join Elliotte Rusty Harold for a look at some hard unit tests made easy through mock objects — more specifically, the EasyMock framework. This open source library saves you time and helps make your mock-object code concise and legible.
In the previous part of the article by Jon Dickinson, we saw how to construct a domain model to allow files and messages to be tagged. In this part, we will see how to customize our home page and work with the templates and tags
Discover the pros and cons of using Adobe® Flex and OpenLaszlo — two leading client-side rich Internet application (RIA) development languages that are particularly useful for building Software as a Service applications for the cloud.
In this article we will discuss the Hibernate types. We will see how Hibernate provides built-in types that map to common database types. We'll also see how Hibernate allows us to implement and use custom types when these built-in types do not satisfy the application's requirements, or when we want to change the default behavior of a built-in type. As you will see, you can easily implement a custom-type class and then use it in the same way as a built-in one.
Learn a fast and easy way to implement and consume web services with Ruby on Rails' Active Resource. In a RESTful way, Rails helps you simplify the interoperability between your web applications. Examples walk you through the basic operations of Active Resource. You'll also explore the differences between REST and SOAP.