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Posted by Jan Machacek
Fri, May 4, 2012

...or, teaching old dog new tricks.

We have been using Scala for a long time now and we have realised that a lot of seasoned Java EE developers are really keen to use it, too. And so, I've decided to put all my experience "on paper", so to speak. I shall be giving you an early access to the text and the source code (read making the Github repository publicly accessible) in July.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Mon, Feb 22, 2010

Say you have a [Spring] web application and you want to make it available on the iPhone with as little cost as possible. Naturally, you can just keep the application as is, after all, the iPhone is quite capable of displaying web pages. However, if you take a regular web page and show it on the iPhone, it does not always look its best. Another option is to create an iPhone native application (or use frameworks such as Appcelerator to turn HTML, CSS & JavaScript into a native iPhone application). The native application gives you access to the iPhone hardware, but can take far too long to create.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Fri, Jun 12, 2009

Ruby eye for the Java guy

Ruby on Rails is a mature and innovative framework designed especially for the web. This allows rapid, stable and iterative web development. At Cake Solutions we use the latest technologies that ensure that websites developed on Rails will be built to specification, on-time and fully tested.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Thu, Oct 23, 2008

We're excited to tell you that our new book, SpringSource dm Server in Action, is now available under the Manning Early Access Program. As you can guess, the book focuses on the dm Server and its impact on the world of Java EE programming.

Posted by Jan Machacek
Wed, Oct 22, 2008

We have just contributed our own videocast to the YouTube black hole. It is the first out of three videos that deal with migrating Java EE applications to the dm Server.
This first part (for some strange reason, we decided to call it Episode IV) shows the outline of the process, but skims over the details such as the structure of the archives being deployed and the MANIFEST.MF descriptors.

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