As anticipated in the wildfly-dev mailing list, a new major release (wildfly 9) of the application server will be available within the end of the year. Let's see the new emperor clothes' summary.
Well I guess you have noticed we have changed a bit the style (but not too much) of our Web site. As a matter of fact our older CMS was pretty old and we needed to upgrade to a new version of it, which will allow us to use more interesting features and a better look of the single articles.
The current generation of tools for the development of Java enterprise applications has a lot to offer with regard to developer productivity. In this article I would like to show a Java EE7 hands on example that uses WildFly 8 as application server, Git, Gradle and Groovy for build management and Groovy, Spock, JUnit and Arquillian for test automation. Together with the Eclipse based Spring Tool Suite IDE (STS) they team up to make Java enterprise development productive like never before. The complete project named JTrack can be found on github at https://github.com/martin-welss/jtrack-ee7
This tutorial shows how to build an application which exports/imports data contained in a PrimFaces datatable in MongoDB.
This tutorial demonstrates how to develop a Web application using PrimeFaces for the User Interfaces, Spring JDBC for handling persistence and CDI as glue between these technologies.
In this tutorial we will learn how to setup, configure and monitor a WildFly application server node using the AppDynamics Performance Management (APM) solution.
In this tutorial we will learn how we can configure the Undertow subsystem to reverse proxy request from one application running on one host to another application running on an another host.
In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to secure access to the Administration console of WildFly / JBoss AS using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
This short tutorial shows how you can connect to WildFly 8 using VisualVM monitoring tool.