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[Tutorial] Create a Web Service with Apache CXF and JBoss 6

January 29th, 2011 No comments

I have recently started studying Apache CXF, the open source web service framework. I am familiar with developing Web Services using EJB 3, Axis or Glue. But not with CXF. Until now.
CXF is a mix of two projects : Celtix and XFire, which explains the name CXF.
It provides support for the JAX-WS, JAX-RS and JAX-RPC specifications.
Developing Web Services using CXF and JBoss is quite easy. The only annoying part is to figure out which JARs libraries
to include in the classpath and which JARs libraries to exclude.
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[Book review] Pro HTML5 Programming

January 28th, 2011 No comments

I heard about this book after attending a presentation on HTML5 by one of its authors, Peter Lubbers. I found his demonstration about the offline cache, a new feature in HTML5, very interesting and so I wanted to know more about HTML5.
The book has an official site : http://www.prohtml5.com
In my opinion, this book is a good introduction in the new features of HTML5.
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