Archive for the ‘java’ Category

One more Apache CXF and Heroku article to push Web services to the Java PaaS… In some previous articles I explained how to create JAXWS and JAXRS service by cloning/forking/whatever git repositories. This time it is almost the same but I created a maven archetype to generate tons of maven modules quickly and to integrate […]

Here is a really simple post about how to push REST services in the Cloud. Nothing really technical nor advanced, just some notes and sample using amazing tools CXF + Heroku… Last time I was speaking about putting some SOAP Web services in the Cloud with Heroku, this time it is the same with REST […]

As some of you may know, I am developing QuickHubApp dealing with git, GitHub and OS X. GitHub is currently The place to be and as an open source Java developer we will need soon to… Read More

I have 2 applications that should work together. These applications are end-user applications. The link between them is in fact the system’s clipboard (this is a Windows 7′s use case, but it might be encountered on other platforms). Basically, the idea is that the user selects an image in the first application and copies it [...]

One more time, one more tiny (and maybe useful in some cases…) application with Play!. WTF, my server is dead again!? This app is a simple heartbeat manager looking at remote HTTP services and notifying you by email when something becomes unreachable. It uses the background Job feature of the Play framework and just does […]

… or less! Heroku is defined as a "Cloud application platform". I just want to redefine it to "Awesome Cloud application Platform". So, this awesome platform provides a way to host and scale your application in the Cloud really easily with 3 or 4 commands… Since I am currently working on my talk at #OW2Con […]

I am a big fan of Twitter and last week devoxx live tweet wall ( http://wall.devoxx.com/ ) just made me want to create an open source live tweet wall. So last saturday night, I took some time to code it using the now well known Play! framework, some Web sockets and Twitter4J which supports the […]

Almost true… In fact Petals DSB uses and extends Petals ESB in several ways. When I started to think about extending the Enterprise Service Bus, it was just to avoid all the JBI stuff at the management level i.e. use a real, simple and efficient API. So I added many management stuff exposed as Web […]

I explained in the last articles how I tested the Play Framework, Web sockets and how I integrated all this nice stuff with a real example based on a Service Bus, Web services Notifications, etc… This time, let’s go one step further. We have a Service Bus which is Web service notification enabled like last […]

Story, code, compare Yet another ‘nightly project’ (thanks to current house build project and the lack of sleep it brings). This time I needed to be able to manage the so-famous Service Bus from some Web enabled tooling. I already developed such tool in a research project but the fact is that the licence of […]


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