This article describes how to turn the subfolders in a git repository into new git repositories, keeping the history.
In our case we have a big git repository (2GB) with slides for a lot of courses. Every course was a subdirectory in the repository. So even if you hold just one course, you have to clone everything. That’s why we decided to put every course into a separate repository. We use SCM-Manager for our repository and could therefore use its REST api in the script.
Have you ever tried to expose a JAX-WS web service via https in JBoss FUSE? Well I tried to do that recently and ran into issues. I hope this post may help you on that task.
JBake was perfect for us to create a microsite with 15 different pages and lots of reappearing elements. We integrated JBake into Maven to create a comfortable release process. To do this we used the plug-in
jbake-maven-plugin (https://github.com/ingenieux/jbake-maven-plugin). This sample project shows the fundamental integration: https://github.com/ingenieux/jbake-sample.
We are happy to announce the Hibersap 1.2.0 release!
The artifacts for the new Hibersap version can be found in Maven central.
Besides the enhancements, we changed the license under which the Hibersap project is distributed from the Lesser GNU Public License (LGPL) to the Apache License. This should make it easier to integrate Hibersap with other libraries.
Read more: http://hibersap.github.io/news/2015/03/13/hibersap-1-2-0-released/
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A few weeks ago Red Hat release the Red Hat JBoss EAP 6.4.0 Beta1 as tech preview. Featuring many updates, with additional supported and updated database certifications and the EAP 6.4.0 Beta1 including targeted support of Java 8 / JDK 8.
Oracle JDK 8
Oracle Java Platform, Standard Edition 1.8 (JDK 8) has been added to the list of supported configurations.
Support for OpenJDK 8 has been added, but at the moment support is limited to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
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In march we are publishing our new Technology Radar as you know from last years. You can participate as usual – just follow the link:
You can participate until friday, february 20th 2015. We are looking forward to your ratings for the trends in 2015 and technologies to build on for web based business applications.
Additional information for the last radars: http://radar.akquinet.de/
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The customer (a big retail store chain) uses micro sites to implement small, time-limited areas in their web site. This proof of concept demonstrates, how the desired life cycle of a micro web site for social media activities could be realized with Openshift 2.x. The life cycle includes development, test, publish and archive. Another important aspect of this proof of concept is the scalability of the solution.
Vaadinator generates a vaadin-based User Interface (both mobile and Desktop), backend and testing facilties from an annotated Domain class. It borrows much from the Domain Driven Design idea. Our intention is to get people productive with vaadin and excited about vaadin – even those who never worked with it before. Vaadinator is free and open source (Apache 2.0-licensed).