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Hi from Riga, Latvia,
As I understand you prefer React over Angular. If I am not mistaken, you have also said that React is better because it supports more standards than Angular. I understand this argument. But I prefer Angular because it has more support for TypeScript. And I really like TypeScript.
Are there any other arguments for choosing React over Angular?
EDIT: ok, found answer myself at airhacks37 minute 30:00
I read that you are a member of the JSR-375 (Java EE Security API) expert group. Does this API help protecting REST endpoints of Java EE 8 applications?
I am trying to understand the reactive programming concepts and would like to know your opinion about the following:
There are so many frameworks like: CompletableFuture, RxJava, Reactive Streams, Akka, Vert.X, ReactJS, ...
I am a bit confused which one to use, where to use... What do you think about these technologies ? Do you use them, if so in which situation which one, what are your advice's ?
I still cannot see the advantage of RxJava against CompletableFuture of java 8. Seen the fact that I cannot return an Observable from one JVM to another, I don't really see a huge difference/advantage except the possibility to signal the end of a stream or returning an exception on a better way. Do I miss something ?
I tried to call an @aynchronous Ejb method containing a long running process from a @startup @singleton Ejb. I expected that this method will not block the Application Start because of the async nature, but does. Am I doing sth wrong here?
Is it possible to use @persistencecontext in an @interceptor annotated at an Ejb? Or in other words: is it possible to make an Interceptor @stateless and use JPA? Payara seems to have a problem with that....
Do you have any experience with AMQP (rabbitMQ,apache qpid) for transferring data asynchronously? Is it useful for sending masses of datasets between microservices in a scalable and reliable way?
Thank you :)
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Possible to unit test primefaces? Possible to develop an independent primefaces based project then use it w/ backend Javaee later?— Thai Dang Vu (@dxxvi) July 15, 2017
Possible to unit test primefaces? Possible to develop an independent primefaces based project then use it w/ backend Javaee later?
Hi Adam, If one purchasing the on demand Java EE 7 workshops from airhacks.io, gets all the four workshops listed on the website or only the one clicked? There is no information what the full series contains?
I want to use JAX-RS 2.0 client (using Jersey) in a JAVA SE 7 multi-threaded environment project.
How can I make the client instance thread safe so I can reuse it?
thank you for all the wonderful work that you do!
Can you please comment on the differences between Java EE and C#/.NET ? If you change from one platform to another, how much of your knowledge would transfer? Would the change be something like Java EE -> Node.js or something like Java EE -> Spring?
have you already used dynamic entity in eclipseLink , and what's your opinion about using it in a production project with large amount of data ?
thanks for all tips and suggestions. How could I test my custom ldap functions ? I am using the javax.naming APIs and I have that error: javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Need to specify class name in environment or system property, or as an applet parameter, or in an application resource file: java.naming.factory.initial .
Which conferences do you advice to see the trends of software industry and get the best benefit (no fluff just staff)?
Which would be your approach to implement SSR on a custom SPA (ES6) in JavaEE ecosystem ?
I want to avoid jsp.