This article will teach you how to use MongoDB NoSQL database in the context of an Enterprise application. For the purpose of this example, we will deploy an example application on a Jakarta EE application server.
Create GWT applications on JBoss AS
This tutorial shows how to create Google Web Toolkit applications (GWT) using Eclipse and how to deploy them on WildFly. In the second part of this tutorial, we will show also how to interact with application server serices like RESTful Web services.
3 ways you can connect to MongoDB from WildFly – JBoss EAP
In this updated tutorial we will learn some possible ways to use MongoDB NoSQL Database from within an application server like WildFly or JBoss EAP. 1) Using the MongoDB Java Driver The most common way to connect to MongoDB from Java applications is by means of the MongoDB Java Driver which provides a simple and … Read more
Introduction to Continuous Integration and Delivery
This tutorial (taken from Hands-On Continuous Integration and Delivery) will provide an overview of the best Continuous Integration and Delivery solutions available to automate organizations builds/deployments/tests There are several terms that are important when trying to learn about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery: Definition of Automation Automation is essentially any task that is completed without … Read more
Using Templates in Jenkins Job Builder
This is the second tutorial about Jenkins Job Builder. In the first one (Jenkins Job Builder quickstart) we have learned how to define a simple job using YAML syntax and upload it as a job on jenkins. In this tutorial we will learn how to use Tempates to allow us to reuse parts of our … Read more
Jenkins Job Builder quickstart
In this tutorial we will learn how to use Jenkins Job Builder to upload and maintain your Jenkins jobs using simple and human readable YAML or JSON files. If you are using Jenkins, chances are that you are configuring them using its Web interface. While the Web interface of Jenkins can look quite simple for … Read more
Using Jenkins REST Api to manage your jobs remotely
In this tutorial we will learn how we can use the REST API to manage your Jenkins Jobs remotely. Getting Started with Jenkins REST API Many objects of Jenkins provide the remote access API. They are available at /…/api/ where “…” portion is the object for which you’d like to access. The simplest way to … Read more
Creating your first Jenkins Pipeline
A Jenkins Pipeline is a set of plugins which supports Continous Integration (CI) and delivery. In this tutorial we will learn how to create a simple pipeline to build and test a software release across different stages. In Jenkins terms, a Pipeline is an automated expression of your process for delivering software from a version … Read more
How to run a Jenkins Job Periodically?
In order to run a Jenkins Job periodically, all you need to do is reaching your Job Configuration and move to the Build Triggers section. There you need to check the option Build Periodically and specify a cron expression for your jenkins Job: In the above example, we have used the cron expression “*/1 * … Read more
Solving Jenkins SSLHandshakeException
In this tutorial we will learn how to solve the Jenkins SSL Handshake Exception which you get when you try to install new Plugins and you don’t have a valid certificate installed in your JDK A common issue if you are tring to install Jenkins Plugins is an SSL Handshake Exception when you attempt to … Read more