In part I of this tutorial we’ve seen how a client connects to a server using ..
[nextpage title=“Introduction and prerequisites“] Introduction The goal of this walkthrough guide is to teach you a simple workflow which you can apply to your daily work when you start developing Angular 2 apps. In the first chapter we will setup the development environment using Visual Studio Code. The second chapter will demonstrate how to create a ..
[nextpage title=“Introduction“] Introduction Apache Phoenix provides an SQL interface to HBase. It’s like an SQL layer on top of HBase architecture. In this tutorial, we are going to walk you through the development of a Apache Phoenix client application in Java. Phoenix enables developers to use standard SQL and JDBC APIs by leveraging HBase as its backing store. Although there ..
[nextpage title=“Introduction“] Introduction There are numerous techniques for a client application to access an Enterprise Information System (EIS). The most common approach (and also best practise) is to use an application container on a middleware system (JBoss). It shields the EIS from direct client requests and also shields the client app from the business logic. See ..
[nextpage title=Introduction] Introduction This article describes the necessary steps to install, run and configure Jenkins on an Ubuntu server. The only prerequisites for this installation walkthrough are an Ubuntu server and access to a source code control system like Subversion. You must also be included in the sudoers group sudo on the Ubuntu server. Everything ..
[nextpage title=“Introduction“] Introduction I’ve searched the internet for a good mobile client example using the Hessian protocol to communicate with a web container. I couldn’t find any which wasn’t based on Caucho’s website example using Jetty. So I decided to do a tutorial on my own. To make it more challenging, I chose Wildfly and ..
[nextpage title=“Introduction“] Introduction Everyone who came across Oracle’s „First Cup“ tutorial learned that it is based on NetBeans and Glassfish. Well, this is not the most popular development environment among Java EE developers. Nevertheless, the tutorial itself is undoubtfully excellent because it covers so many Java EE concepts. Too bad that it is not complete ..