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Trying to overcome the obsolescence


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Creating a simple JSF Web application from the ground

Today I publish an article explaining how to create a JSF application starting from zero with Eclipse and Glassfish 3.1.2.2. My aim is to show the process step by step, without using advanced tools, like Maven or project templates coming from JBoss Tools Eclipse plug-in. The reason to do this, is to make people understand how easy can be to create a simple Web application without a lot of knowledge using Java.

The project created here can be the base to create more advanced projects.

This blog has arrived this week to the 4.000 visits, starting from July of 2012. I expect that somebody has been helped by some of the articles here.

Greetings!

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How to create a Glassfish server available at Eclipse

Today is a rainy day here at Cardedeu. There is cold wind outside, and seems that winter wants to beat the spring time to recover its kingdom. So I found that it’s a good day to finish some work I have done in the lasts days. I am preparing an article talking about custom realms in Glassfish, but before I had to do some configuration steps that I show in this post: How to create a Glassfish server available at Eclipse.

This post is dedicated to the memory of my father. This week we have passed the first year after he left. He would like to have seen it.


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Eclipse Juno and it’s poor performance

Hi again.

During the last months some things have happened and unfortunately I couldn’t be concentrated enough to write more articles here. Starting by my computer’s total-crash at summer and a new project that I began at WordPress (a diving blog, called El set mars de Rhye, in catalan), finally I have some time to sit down and write, and I wanted to end this year resuming the work in this blog with just a little one talking about Eclipse Juno and some problems of performance I have experienced with it. To read it just follow this link.

Also I want to comment that during this last month this blog have arrived to 1.100 visits, so I want to thanks to Google to make people to arrive here. But also I would like to know if my visitors have found the few (by now) articles here useful enough or not. Until now I had only one comment 😦 . So please make any comment or criticism and I will thank you the rest of your life.

Finally, we are leaving 2012, a very hard year in many senses. I wish all people in the world to have a nice and happy 2013. This world will continue to be imperfect, but we can help to avoid it with just little steps. No fears, no prepotence, no injustice.

Just sing and smile.

Cardedeu 28/12/2012