Tag Archives: JAVA EE 7

Java EE 7: JMS with ActiveMQ


Another interesting topic in a JEE 7 application is messaging. So in this article I’ll take a peek at ActiveMQ and Java Message (JMS) to see how to tie them together to a working application. In this article I’ll use the Java EE 7 project set up in the last article.

https://hahamo.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/java-ee-7-jms-with-activemq/

Java EE 7: JMS with ActiveMQ


Another interesting topic in a JEE 7 application is messaging. So in this article I’ll take a peek at ActiveMQ and Java Message (JMS) to see how to tie them together to a working application. In this article I’ll use the Java EE 7 project set up in the last article.

https://hahamo.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/java-ee-7-jms-with-activemq/

JAVA EE 7 WITH ANGULAR JS – PART 1


JAVA EE 7 WITH ANGULAR JS – PART 1

Today’s post will show you how to build a very simple application using Java EE 7 andAngular JS. Before going there let me tell you a brief story:

I have to confess that I was never a big fan of Javascript, but I still remember the first time I have used it. I don’t remember the year exactly, but probably around mid 90′s. I had a page with 3 frames (yes frames! remember those? very popular around that time) and I wanted to reload 2 frames when I clicked a link on the 3rd frame. At the time, Javascript was used to do some fancy stuff on webpages, not every browser have Javascript support and some even required you to turn it on. Fast forwarding to today the landscaped changed dramatically. Javascript is a full development stack now and you can develop entire applications written only in Javascript. Unfortunately for me, sometimes I still think I’m back in the 90′s and don’t give enough credit to Javascript, so this is my attempt to get to know Javascript better.

Why Java EE 7?
Well, I like Java and the new Java EE version is pretty good. Less verbose and very fast using Wildfly or Glassfish. It provides you with a large set of specifications to suit your needs and it’s a standard in the Java world.

Why Angular JS?
I’m probably following the big hype around Angular here. Since I don’t have much experience with Javascript I don’t know the offers very well, so I’m just following advice of some friends and I have also noticed a big acceptance of Angular in the last Devoxx. Every room with an Angular talk was full, so I wanted to give it a try and found out for myself.

The Application

For the application, it’s a simple list with pagination and a REST service that feeds the list data. Every time I start a new enterprise project it’s usually the first thing we code: create a table, store some data and list some random data, so I think it’s appropriate.

The Setup