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Struts has always been a popular web framework for Java because of it’s long history. Because of this popularity, Struts was always very concerned with backwards compatibility. This concern for backwards compatibility meant that Struts took a little while to come up with “what’s next”. At Web Age we saw an increase in interest in
We have posted course descriptions and outlines to support the latest version of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, v7.0. These courses are targeted to developers or administrators that work with this version. The programming course highlights the various integration patterns that can be implemented with the WebSphere ESB and the administration course focuses on creating production
Seam Course WA1627 Updated Whether it is the fact that people are finally using the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5.0 version or that much of the Seam programming model was adopted into the Java EE 6 specifications we are seeing a recent increase in interest in Seam. Seam provides a deep integration of technologies such
We are proud to have released Oracle WebLogic Portal 10gR3 programming course. This 3 day course focuses primarily on the JSR 286 API. It also covers JSF portlet bridge based portlet development. Extensive hands on lab exercises accompany the lecture sessions. These labs are done using Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. Links to the relevant
Today, Web Age announced its HTML5 course. HTML5 is a major change to the way web pages will be designed from now on. You can expect much richer user experience and innovative web applications. Topics covered are: Chapter 1. Introduction to HTML 5 Chapter 2. The Basics Chapter 3. New Semantic Elements Chapter 4. New
As promised in an earlier blog post, we have just announced our first Android programming class. WA1921 Enterprise Android Application Development From the web page of the course: Android is an open source platform for mobile computing. Applications are developed using familiar Java and Eclipse tools. Many vendors and carriers offer Android based devices (phones).