Today’s Spring is easy to get started with, easy to learn, and embraces convention over configuration. Join Spring developer David Turanski as he takes you on a tour of today’s Spring, including the Spring.IO platform, Spring Boot, Websocket support, Spring HATEOAS, and more! This is a Spring you may not have seen yet.
We talk about all things tech, surrounded by all people tech. Listen to Tracey Welson-Rossman, Keith Gregory, Sujan Kapadia, Joel Confino and Ken Rimple discuss news and ETE.
From the abstract: “Spock is a fabulous new testing framework for the JVM. Spock leverages all the DSL power of the Groovy language to make testing a breeze. Spock tests are concise and readable, with excellent support for error reporting and for mock object creation. Spock removes much of the pain from test driven development! … Read More
It’s that time again. Flowers are sprouting, pollen is flowing, and, lo and behold, Chariot is running more training… We have some exciting additions to our courses this quarter, including a guest course by Neosoft, our usual Spring training courses, a Groovy and Grails offering, and more. The Lineup March 26-28 – Comprehensive Maven 3 … Read More
Rebooting this podcast starting THIS WEEK! I hope to have one developer news every other week, starting today. This summer has been anything but a vacation, with our training exploding and me spending lots of time in the classroom. I’ve also penned two updates to Spring Roo in Action, so I’ve been pretty busy. But … Read More
From the abstract: In this session, Grails core developer Jeff Brown will deliver an update on the latest and greats features of the Grails framework – a dynamic, web application framework based on the Groovy language and designed for Spring. Jeff will cover all the new features of Grails 2.0 including agent-based reloading, unit testing … Read More
This post was just put up on the blog of one of our architects, Anatoly Polinsky. Anatoly has a playful take on Spock, a Groovy testing framework, and specifically, abotu connecting Spock with Spring and DbUnit. So here we go.. Yesterday night we hacked our way into The Ancient Database where besides the data about … Read More
We start out this week looking at the career of superprogrammer Fabrice Bellard, and move on to topics as different as RSA seed files and potential compromise, Apple’s 10.6.7 update, graphing and data visualization, metaprogramming in Ruby, heck the list goes on and on… Brought to you by Chariot Solutions Education Services. This Spring we … Read More
As Java consultants and developers, a very large percentage our projects are web applications. We have become accustomed to depending on MVC web frameworks, and almost take for granted that at some level, we will be handling HTTPServletRequests, providing HTTPServletResponses, and deploying our applications to either a servlet container or a full J2EE server. Every … Read More
Our development news episode today is brought to you by the letter ‘C’. C is for Cloud. Links: Using gradlew (the Gradle Wrapper) for Easy Gradle Execution: http://mrhaki.blogspot.com/2010/05/gradle-goodness-use-gradlew-for-easy.html Cucumber, a brief overview: http://www.lostechies.com/blogs/joeydotnet/archive/2010/06/01/cucumber.aspx Using OpenID authentication on App Engine: http://blog.notdot.net/2010/05/Using-OpenID-authentication-on-App-Engine What’s a plugin-oriented architecture (Grails plugins and web slices): http://blog.springsource.com/2010/06/01/whats-a-plugin-oriented-architecture/ Using SpringSource Tool Suite 2.3.3.M1 with Roo … Read More