A lot happened in the Summer of 2012, so much I thought it was worthy of a high-level recap.
- JBoss Enterprise Application Platform ships and arrives at OpenShift. Check out the many videos demonstrating how to leverage JBoss on OpenShift.
- JBoss Developer Studio 5 is born and is FREE - download now and try out Java EE 6 + HTML5 Mobile web development.
- JBoss Data Grid is born - providing enterprise-caliber support to Infinispan users.
- The BRMS product revs to 5.3 - now including support for jBPM5 - BPMN2 modeled business processes
- TicketMonster - a JBoss Developer Framework example - runs in the cloud - a video by Marius B
- The JBoss World Keynote Demonstration is open sourced - here is a short screencast/vide to give you an overview of application.
- Our Developer Webinar Series was restarted with Kris Verlaenen and jBPM5 leading the way
As always, the global JBoss community continues to create new code, capabilities and content. What follows are some of the highlights that I have discovered over the last week.
- Andrew Rubinger, published author, contributor to Arquillian and lead of the ShrinkWrap project produced a blog proposing an In-Memory File System for Java based on ShrinkWrap.
- Geoffrey De Smet produced a great video show off continuous planning - how do you manage scheduling your workers? Or optimize deliveries? Drools Planner
- Lincoln Baxter writes about Arquillian automated testing for CDI-powered applications.
- Also related to Arquillian, Jakub Narloch announces the new Spring Framework Extension 1.0.0.Beta1
- Scott Stark, legendary JBoss core developer, is cooking up some fun stuff with running Weld on Java SE. Plus, he also proposes a solution to support CDI-based producer methods have runtime typing.
- Heiko Braun talks about our internal process for defining & designing new administrative features of JBoss Application Server and wants YOUR thoughts.
- Ray Ploski provides us with a great introduction to JBoss Forge with JRebel support
- Getting started with Hibernate & JPA2 by Lincoln Baxter
- A nice article by Aleksandar Kostadinov on using the JBoss AS7 Admin Console via an Apache httpd proxy
- Max Andersen brings us JBoss Tools on Eclipse 3.7.0 (yes, that ancient version) and makes it possible to deploy on Eclipse 4.2.0 (Juno). And for those of you using Fedora as your development desktop - there is a little something for you as well - read the blog for more details.
- Also related to Fedora and JBoss, Marek Goldmann describes the use of OpenJPA and Hibernate3 on that combination
- Shane Johnson describes the process of migrating from community JBoss Application Server 7 to supported JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 - a real customer migration story - in 22 minutes!
- Teiid 8.1 ships and brings back "embedded"
- BoxGrinder 0.10.3 is released