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The Spring framework has been a highly popular framework for Java applications. So popular in fact, it is pretty much the defacto standard of Java application frameworks. One of the issues many projects run into though is just getting started with a new Spring project with all of the different features and configuration that might
A few months ago I wrote about how our core Java courses are being updated to Java 8. Now that the updates are a little further along we also have a course map that can show which Java 8 courses we have might be appropriate for you. You can find that here: Java Course Map
UPDATE – In order to provide clients a choice on which Java version they would like training on, we are releasing new course codes for Java 8. Our current course codes will stay at Java 7 for those that need that version. At Web Age Solutions it is important for us to make sure we
We have recently updated our WebSphere Portal 8.0 Programming class (WA2089) with some new topics. The most notable of these is coverage of some of the new mobile features that IBM has included in WebSphere Portal 8.0. This includes the WebSphere Portal Mobile theme and “device classes” which is a framework provided by WebSphere Portal
On the first day of Spring 2014 (even though some of you may feel winter will never end) I think it is a good time to talk about what is going on with the Spring Java Framework. Over the past year there have been some big things going on with Spring, probably the chief among
One of the challenges facing every organization entering the mobile space is deciding which mobile platforms to support. The three major platforms today are: iOS, Android and Blackberry. If the organization provided the device (e.g. company issued Android phone) the problem is relatively simple. The organization simply standardizes on a single platform and single device.