Posts Tagged ‘Web service

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 […]

… 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 […]

Last week was the first annual review meeting of the Play project I work on since one year. I am involved at several levels in this project: from the architecture point of view, to the software integration and quality ones. On my side, my goal is to provide the efficient software infrastructure for events actors, […]

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 […]

The Context In the previous post I was introducing some tests I did with Play Framework and Web sockets. To summarize, it was just ‘about’ receiving messages on the Play! application and pushing them to the browser. This time, let’s go one step forward: Let’s add some infrastructure stuff to do something more real… In […]

I spent one hour playing with the [Play Framework](http://playframework.org) and WebSockets in order to push some (SOAP) messages received on some Web services hosted by the Play application to the clients browser. The result is really amazing: We can simply push these SOAP messages to clients in less than 100 lines of code. There are […]

Let’s introduce what it means… While Petals ESB does not provide any solution to invoke services directly from the kernel/component Java code, the DSB now provides a solution for that… By using this DSB feature, we can really use the power of service oriented architecture directly in our code. No more direct calls to services, […]

Il y a des jours où exposer ses classes annotés avec @WebService n’est pas satisfaisant… Pour moi ce jour c’est aujourd’hui: Il m’est impossible de marshaller mes beans en document DOM à cause d’un contexte JAXB tordu et d’une API qui ne prend que du DOM en entrée (OK bon ça c’est nul mais c’est […]


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