Posts Tagged ‘Java EE’

  

Creating Custom Tags Using JSP

Java Server Pages (JSP) is a Java technology for rendering dynamic web pages. Unlike servlets written directly in Java, JSP files contain special markup to identify java or JSP code. The normal (non-markup) text is interpreted as HTML. Early in JSP’s evolution, custom tags were introduced as a way of providing reusable functionality, particularly reusable […]

Hibernate Tips and Tricks

Hibernate is a de facto standard for object-relational mapping. One of my recent projects involved the use of the latest version of Hibernate (3.2). Since I had not used Hibernate since its version 2 days, I picked up the authoritative reference Java Persistence with Hibernate which is co-authored by Gavin King, the founder of Hibernate. […]

Designing for Deployability

In my previous article Architecting for Deployability, I wrote about the importance of deployability – how reliably and easily software can be deployed from development into the production environment. To accomplish this, one approach I recommended was to encapsulate differences between environments to isolate them from the majority of the application, and thus simplify deployment. […]