We have released the SR1 for RichFaces 3.2.0. This service release closes the most critical issues reported by community. The list includes:
This is the third installment of a series of blog entries on the Bean Validation specification (JSR 303). If you have not done it yet, go read the first and second part.
I recently got invited by Gilles J. Iachelini to join a beer bash in Bern, Switzerland on the 15th April.
This is the second part of a series of blogs about Bean Validation. For a general introduction, read this entry first.
This part focuses on constraint definition.
To make the feedback process on the specification draft more open, constructive and simple, we have opened a dedicated feedback forum.
This blog entry is a general overview of the Bean Validation specification. Future blog entries will follow and will dive into specific aspects of the specification.
Recently the EE6 co-lead, Roberto Chinnici, blogged about the state of profiles in EE6, and requested feedback on which direction the group should take. This was also posted to InfoQ and TSS.
Essentially we have a choice between two options:
To celebrate the new release of JBoss Tools, I'm going to walk through some of the features of JBoss Tools that are interesting to Seam developers.
While there are many things I like about the Java language, the lack of unsigned types has always bothered me.
Since I've blogged on here. Such is life. I've been playing with the Red Hat Development Studio but it's been hampering my efforts due to