The goal of this blog post is to walk you through an Java EE 6 application from a simple, static
web page until we have a full blown stack that consist of the stuff in the list below. I'm calling this
Summer because after a long, hard winter Spring may be nice but boy, wait until Summer kicks in ;-)
I had the opportunity to present Seam and Arquillian to an enthusiastic audience in São Paulo on Saturday - I also saw a really nice presentation from Mauricio Salatino and Alexandre Porcelli explaining very clearly why you should use Drools - hopefully they will post a screencast If you were at the event, and wanted a copy of the slides (or if you are just interested), here they are:
Cool software projects have cool logos. We recently announced an alpha release of Arquillian, a project that's going to revolutionize Java EE integration testing. Now we need to make Arquillian cool :)
Recently, we've been working hard on a solution to improve the testability of Java EE, and particularly JBoss AS. I'm pleased to say that a critical piece of puzzle, Arqullian, is now available. Congratulations to Aslak and the Arquillian team for releasing the first alpha of Arquillian! You can read more about Arquillian's mission, and our plans for Java EE testing below; alternatively, there are some quick links at the bottom if you want to dive right in.
I'm happy to announce the first alpha release of Arquillian, an open source (ASL v2) framework for running tests in the container. If you want to read more about Arquillian's mission, and how it fits into our vision for testing at JBoss, read Pete's blog.