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05 Oct 2011 JavaFX 2.0 Now Available for Download [24694]
Furthers Java Status as Rich Client Platform

Among the many announcements from Oracle at JavaOne 2011 was the news that JavaFFX 2.0 is now available. JavaFX 2.0 is an advanced Java user interface (UI) platform for enterprise business applications and the next step in the evolution of Java as a premier rich client platform. Oracle also announced their intention to submit a proposal to open source the JavaFX platform as a new project within the OpenJDK Community. Oracle intends to initially contribute the JavaFX UI controls and related libraries; other JavaFX components are planned to follow in multiple phases.
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04 Oct 2011 Winners of the 2011 Duke’s Choice Award [24700]
Chosen for Creativity in Developing Java-based Solutions

Winners of the 2011 Duke's Choice Award, announced at JavaOne 2011, were chosen for their creative work in developing Java-based technologies. The winners are:

  • Arquillian Project
  • Inductive Automation – Ignition
  • Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) jHome
  • JFrog
  • JRebel
  • LMA
  • Rockwell Automation
  • Sodbeans Project
  • The Netty Project

The 2011 Duke's Choice Awards winners were highlighted during JavaOne 2011 in San Francisco.
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19 Jan 2011 Which Java EE 6 App Server: JBoss 6.0 or GlassFish 3.x? [23832]
Or Maybe Oracle WebLogic 10.3.4

With all the app servers now available (and forthcoming) for Java EE 6, it's helpful to have some expert guidance when deciding which to adopt. This is exactly what Arun Gupta provides in his blog post "Which Java EE 6 App Server: JBoss 6.0 or GlassFish 3.x?" Gupta points out some of the shortcomings in the JBoss app server (no SLA; JavaEE 6 web profile compliance only; minimal documentation), which make it less than ideal for a production environment in his view. An even stronger candidate than GlassFish 3.x, he suggests, is the soon to be released Oracle WebLogic 11g 10.3.4, which promises integration with Coherence, Fusion Apps and sophisticated deployment scenarios.
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18 Oct 2010 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 with Contexts and Dependency Injection: [23574]
The Perfect Synergy

Important elements of the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 6 specification, writes Adam Bien are "Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 and Contexts and Dependency Injection." EJB 3.1, he reports, greatly simplifies the EJB specification and provides declarative aspects, such as transactions, security, threading, and asynchronous processing while Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) provides Dependency Injection (DI) power and flexibility.
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01 Oct 2010 2010 Duke's Choice Awards Winners [23523]
The Most Innovative Projects from 2010 Using the Java Platform

The annual Duke's Choice Awards has continued under Oracle's stead, and the winners were a featured part of the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) tent during JavaOne 2010. “The Duke's Choice Awards highlight the ingenuity and creativity of Java developers,” said Amit Zavery, Oracle vice president of product management and product development, "as well as the breadth and depth of Java in its ability to power different and unique applications."
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