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Top 5 open-source Java frameworks...
When it comes to developing web applications using Java, writing all the code from scratch has its advantages if you're trying to master a new technology, but for real life web applications, you have to go for a framework as many expert developers would agree.
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Save any file in your Dropbox whether you are on your computer, or your mobile device, it will store it in the cloud and sync it to all of your devices such as your PC, Mac, Linux PC, iPhone, iPad, iPod, even devices running on Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry!
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See an example of parsing JSON objects containing exchange rates for certain currencies and displaying them on a web page using Java Server Faces 2.1 and PrimeFaces 2.2 which is a rich-component framework for JSF adding AJAX and Web 2.0 capabilities to your web application.
7 May 2012 A Simple JSF Tutorial with PrimeFaces and JSON Object Parsing in Java
Tired of "hello world" tutorials or tutorials taking you only as far as user login and registration examples? Here's an intermediate-level end-to-end tutorial which teaches how to make a blog CMS application using JBoss Seam incorporating JSF (w/Facelets), Hibernate JPA, and how to deploy it to Apache Tomcat web server.
22 January 2012 All Systems GO