A web framework is used with most online systems as a way to organize and structure your code. We’ll dive into the definition of web frameworks and their important role in a system.
Java usually reigns supreme throughout the coding world in the eyes of most, but don't forget about the versatility of Python.
As interns at Zirous, we were given the task of building a minimum viable product for a new internal project, eventually named Knackle. Knackle is a web application that promotes productivity and collaboration. It will be an all-in-one, social organization tool that allows a group to create and execute a plan together.
Groovy is a lightweight, object oriented, dynamic language designed to supplement Java development.
It is hard to believe I have been working on Java code for over ten years. I remember getting started in Java working on JSPs or Java Server Pages and Servlets which included putting scriptlets in my JSPs. Later on, I learned how that was frowned upon by true Java programmers. As we develop our Java skills we learn from senior team members as well as from books and blogs we read. Today, we are going to go over some ‘Java gotchas’ and how to avoid them.
This blog deals with the 98% of the use cases one will encounter on their SOA journey. This blog was written with Oracle SOA Suite 11g in mind, but most of the high-level concepts will apply to other versions and probably most SOA technologies.
Today we are going to talk about a very powerful product from Oracle, the Oracle Service Bus (OSB). It enables economical system integration with the common standards most enterprises use. If you are an IT leader or Architect with one or more systems that need to work together, Oracle Service Bus might be right for you.