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Welcome to this week's edition of the JBoss Weekly Editorial, our regular dip into the communities around JBoss. In this week's edition we highlight a number of interesting topics, tutorials and videos that will keep you informed of the many recent developments occurring within those communities and hope that they serve as a start for your own explorations. We hope you enjoy what follows.

 

Container-less development

 

Mark's Little expresses it ideas and vision about what should/could be the container-less development. This is an interesting discussion opening the mind about advantages / drawbacks about the flat or bigger Java containers, that you should always take care about the consequences of your decisons and their impact on the project's cost, maintenance if you choose to adopt a flay pr bigger container.

 

Your Apache Camel applications now includes out of the box documentation

 

The Apache Camel project, part of the JBoss Middleware portofilio, continues to provide new richer features to improve its Domain Specific Language (aka DSL) readibility like and to better document the processors, endpoints and Components packaged by the project. With the inclusion of a documentation toolbox into the next incmoing release of Apache Camel 2.15, you will benefit from that great functionality as discussed by Claus Ibsen in its latest blog post.

 

Quickest Way into the Clouds with JBoss BPM Travel Agency

 

The JBoss BPM Travel Agency - application developed and designed by Eric Schabell moves to the cloud and will allow you to deploy the complete demo into OpenShift xPaaS platform. More info is available here.

 

 

Some interesting reading

 

 

More and more Releases

 

 

That's all for this week's spin through the JBoss world, please join us again next week when we will take you through more interesting and informative articles written by our communities.

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