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Exploring “Fluid” Frontiers for J2EE Apps

California Java researchers are exploring how "rapid prototyping" and "un-refactoring" techniques could help J2EE devs better J2EE updates and integrations. This project, winner of an Eclipse Innovation Award, brings loosely-coupled techniques to tight-coupled J2EE silos - with astonishing results. Take a tour of the "Fluid Architecture" project with lead, William Griswold, Ph.D, professor at University of California - San Diego.

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Practical .NET-to-Java Interop Solutions, Part II

When it comes to integrating Java-based apps with .NET, SOA may not be the best choice -- for today, at least. Take a look at a useful real-world, step-by-step approach that is helping leading IT architects and devs draft their own "interoperability requirements" matrix. This work forms the basis for some of the interop Best Practices at Avanade, a leading .NET/Java integration firm.

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Borland 2006 Roadmap Eyes JBuilder for Eclipse

This week, Borland execs revealed a 12-month roadmap that includes a suite of new JBuilder products to be built on the Eclipse Open Source IDE, marking a notable shift from its long-term sole support of Sun's NetBeans IDE.

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Eclipse WTP – Downloads and BEA Vision

The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) 1.0 tools are now available as a developer release, and aim to make it easier for devs to build and validate a variety of enterprise-caliber web services. IDN looks at the WTP tools, which officially ship in July, and talks with folks at BEA who will bring a broader vision for WTP to help with visual development and workflow.

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Java Interop “Critical,” Says Eclipse Exec

Eclipse Executive Director Mike Milinkovich says that Java interoperability with other languages, including XML and .NET, will be key to Java's continued enterprise success. But, in an interview with IDN, Milinkovich stated that Eclipse will remain focused on developer tooling issues -- and not take up any interoperability solutions that might stray into "runtime' technologies.

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Rich Internet Apps To Tie SOA To Desktops

In 2005, Rich Internet Apps (RIAs) will be an important key to unlocking the power of end-to-end SOAs, says Scott Cranton, an IT architect and consultant. See how RIAs will bring "loose coupling" between desktops and middle-tier services, and forge the crucial "last mile" link between PCs and next-gen SOA back office apps.

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J2EE Build Tool Calms Websphere Coding Chaos

Catalyst Systems is bringing a new level of build management tools to J2EE Websphere devs and architects. See how Openmake 6.3, as an Eclipse 5.1 plug-in, cuts the need for J2EE devs to script makefiles, XML or even Java classes using a blend of XML metadata, Apache Ant and "builds" Best Practices.

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Inside Eclipse 3.0's June 30 Download

The Eclipse Foundation sent word this week that it will release Eclipse 3.0 for download June 30. Integration Developer News interviews Eclipse project lead Erich Gamma to get details on Eclipse's (4) main directions. Get insights on Eclipse 3.0's: new UI, rich client support, better navigation, and steps toward support for Java-like languages and IDE-independence.

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Today's Portals "Inadequate" for Web Services?

A stunning report from web services analysts Zapthink for portal developers recently predicted that today's web-based portals will prove "wholly inadequate" for loosely coupled, distributed web applications. Read why the solution may be "rich clients," of all things. And why such an approach could save devs lots of time -- and headaches.

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Juice Pipes XML for "Live" Desktop Integration

Juice Software is providing developers with an XML-based data integration platform that can bring "live" data updates directly to their end users' desktops from a variety of back-end software systems -- ranging from simple web pages, networked Microsoft Office applications, SQL databases and even high-end ERP systems.

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Today's Portals "Inadequate" for Web Services?

A stunning report from web services analysts Zapthink for portal developers predicts that today's web-based portals will prove "wholly inadequate" to meet the needs of emerging standards-based, loosely coupled, distributed applications. Read why the solution may be "rich clients," of all things. And why such an approach could save devs lots of time -- and headaches.

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Eclipse 3.0 Upgrade Demos on Tap at EclipseCon

Eclipse committers are hard at work on upgrade features for Eclipse 3.0, slated for release in summer 2004. Key improvements include a generalized Eclipse platform for building non-IDE applications, increased UI responsiveness, and generalized Java tools to support Java like languages. IDN spoke with Erich Gamma, an Eclipse Project Lead who will be showing Eclipse 3.0's latest progress at February's EclipseCon event.

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