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Using Apache Pivot to build an iTunes search client
Apache Pivot is an open source platform for building rich internet applications (RIAs) in a Java environment. It combines the enhanced productivity and usability features of a modern RIA toolkit with the robustness of the industry-standard Java platform. Apache Pivot applications take advantage of WTKX, an XML-based language for user interface design, which makes the application's output easy to visualize. In this tutorial, you will follow the implementation of a simple but practical Pivot application that allows a user to execute searches against the contents of the iTunes Store.
Also available in: Chinese   Japanese   Portuguese  
13 Oct 2009
Understanding information content with Apache Tika
With the increasingly widespread use of computers and the pervasiveness the modern Internet has attained, huge amounts of information in many languages are becoming available. Automatic information processing and retrieval is urgently needed to understand content across cultures, languages, and continents. A recent Apache software project, Tika, is becoming an important tool toward realizing content understanding.
15 Jun 2010
Mock Web services with Apache Synapse to develop and test Web services
Apache Synapse is a simple, lightweight, high-performance enterprise service bus (ESB) released under the Apache License, Version 2.0 from the Apache Software Foundation. Using Apache Synapse, you can filter, transform, route, manipulate, and monitor SOAP, binary, XML, and plain text messages that pass through your large-scale enterprise systems by HTTP, HTTPS, Java Message Service (JMS), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3), FTP, file systems, and many other transport mediums. But for an individual developer, what's the use of an ESB product in your day-to-day life? The simplicity of the configuration, out-of-the-box feature set, extensible architecture, and the minimal footprint makes it a versatile and powerful tool that you can use for a variety of tasks. This article examines how you can use Apache Synapse to create mock Web services.
01 May 2008
Managing pureQuery-enabled applications efficiently, Part 3: Automate client optimization with WebSphere applications
In a customer environment, applications often interact with transactional databases from within an application server. pureQuery client optimization can provide useful diagnostic information as well as increase performance for your web application. In this tutorial, you will learn how to automate the pureQuery client optimization process with Apache Ant script technologies.
19 May 2011
Make Ant easy with Eclipse
Eclipse can make working with Apache Ant easier. Discover the Ant integration features in the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), and learn how to write, build, and debug code in Eclipse through the Ant editor.
Also available in: Portuguese  
18 Apr 2006
LPI exam prep: Web services
In this tutorial, the fourth in a series of seven tutorials covering intermediate network administration on Linux, David Mertz continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Intermediate Level Administration (LPIC-2) Exam 208. Here, David Mertz discusses how to configure and run the Apache HTTP server and the Squid proxy server.
Also available in: Spanish  
25 Apr 2006
Introduction to Apache Maven 2
Modern software projects are no longer solely monolithic creations of single local project teams. With the increased availability of robust, enterprise-grade open source components, today's software projects require dynamic collaboration among project teams and often depend on a mix of globally created and maintained components. Now in its second generation, the Apache Maven build system -- unlike legacy build tools created before the Internet-enabled era of global software development -- was designed from the ground up to take on these modern challenges. This tutorial gets you started with Maven 2.
19 Dec 2006
Introduction to Apache Derby
Get the basic skills you need to use Apache Derby in Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) environments where Derby is embedded as a database, such as in Apache Geronimo. This tutorial demonstrates how to embed Derby within Geronimo and how to use Derby and Geronimo to deploy a Web-based e-commerce application. It also helps you become familiar with Derby's system tools, a set of utilities that make application development with Derby easy and straightforward.
20 Dec 2005
Get started with unit and component testing using IBM Rational tools
Component testing is essential for the integration of code that enables crucial application functionality. This tutorial takes you step by step through unit and component testing specifically for Java code, Web services, servlets, Service Component Architecture (SCA), and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) beans using the JUnit and Jakarta Cactus testing frameworks and simple HelloWorld samples. Also, learn how to automate these tests using IBM Rational Software Architect, IBM Rational Application Developer, and IBM WebSphere Integration Developer.
11 Oct 2007
Execute business processes with Eclipse
Everyone -- from consultants and analysts to architects and engineers -- has ideas. But implementing a new idea can be challenging, requiring knowledge of an unfamiliar development language or hiring costly developers. What if there was a way to create an executable business process using a graphical editor that can ultimately be executed on an appropriate engine? Well, there is. Using the Eclipse STP BPMN Modeler, you can graphically create a business model represented in XML that can be converted to an executable using Eclipse ATL that will ultimately deploy on Apache ODE.
29 Jan 2008
Create stand-alone web services applications with Eclipse and Java SE 6, Part 1: The web service server application
Use the Eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 6 to create a stand-alone web services application that can be run from the console. In this tutorial, the first in a series, start by getting familiar with the Eclipse IDE. Configure the environment; create projects, packages, and classes; then run the application from the command line.
13 Nov 2008
Building CouchApps
Apache CouchDB is an open source document-oriented database management system that allows you to create full database-driven applications using nothing but HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create your own CouchApp that will perform database operations using Ajax powered by the jQuery framework. It will act as a contact manager and allow you to view, create, edit, and delete your contacts.
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03 May 2011
Build software with Gant
Gant is a highly versatile build framework that leverages both Groovy and Apache Ant to let you implement programmatic logic while using all of Ant's capabilities. In this tutorial, Andy Glover guides you step-by-step through Gant's fundamental concepts. You'll learn how to define behavior in your build through Gant's flexible domain-specific language, how to reuse Ant features, and how to define functions that make your builds more efficient and even proactive.
Also available in: Chinese  
27 May 2008
Build a Derby calendar, Part 3: Using transactions and locking
In this final tutorial of the series, you'll finish the calendar and reminder application using the Java language and the Apache Derby database. In Part 1 and Part 2 of this three-part series, you created a basic calendar and reminder application using a Derby database back end and a GUI and a Web-based front end. Now that the proof of concept is complete, you can add a more friendly interface and use transactions and locking to create a truly multiuser system.
27 Sep 2005
Automate web service testing, Part 2: Test a web service with XMLUnit
This tutorial series, developed for testers and developers who are interested in functional web service testing, walks you through automating typical web service testing using technologies, such as JUnit, Apache Commons HttpClient, and Apache XMLUnit. In this installment, Part 2, you'll learn how to create a simple web service, how to use HttpClient to invoke a web service, and how to compare the expected response and actual response using XMLUnit. The authors demonstrate these techniques on the IBM Rational Software Architect development platform.
Also available in: Chinese  
23 Mar 2007
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