Java EE

Java EE 7: the Voyage of the Cloud Treader

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This session shares an entertaining insight on where the voyage of Java EE 7 shall be heading.
Beside embracing stars like CDI further, the Cloud, Social Networking, NoSQL and even long asleep JSRs for EE are going to play a role, as do "good old friends" in slightly newer outfits and releases. Plus some recent additions to the Java stack.

Your Wish is Forge's Command: Combining Eclipse and the Command-line

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How many times have you found yourself struggling with adding all the right elements to your brand new Java EE project? Even with an IDE such as Eclipse you need to make sure that all the right features are installed and that the proper items are enabled in your workspace and for your project.

Eclipse in the heart of the French medical research

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Till 20 years, the ANRS (Agence Nationale sur la Recherche sur le Sida et les hépatites) is leading trials of treatments or strategies of treatment on patients infected by HIV and/or hepatitis. To ensure a liable conservation, the sample collected on the patients infected by the HIV and included in the trials, were centralized in a big biobank named GEBA which insure the security and the quality of this precious material as the data associated. In charge of the scientific responsibility of this biobank, our unit is developing and offering a lot of tools.

Workaround Driven Development : how Maven integrates with Eclipse WTP

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The Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) provides excellent tooling geared toward Java EE development and makes deployment of enterprise applications a breeze, but it’s only good at deploying “Eclipse” projects. Apache Maven, on the other hand, is much more versatile and offers many more features to build your application, but it can feel less productive when it comes to deployment of complex Java EE applications.

Making Eclipse Love Java EE 6

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JavaEE 6 is supported in Eclipse but does not support many aspects of JSF 2 & CDI (Context Dependency Injection).

The open source JBoss Tools project helps bridge that gap and provides excellent JSF and CDI tooling that you can use today with any Java EE compatible Application server.

Click out your JPA model

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We'll talk about a graphical JPA Diagram Editor for Eclipse IDE meant to create, view, and edit JPA business data diagrams. It allows the user to create her/his JPA business model with a few clicks and view, store and edit its diagram.

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