Spring seems to be all over the place today. Interesting projects just seem to keep coming out of their development machines. Hard to keep up. In my previous blog I had a look at the spring-social project. In this blog post I’ll have a go at the spring-mobile project. I’ll go through the things you [...]
Some days a go I wrote a blogpost about Learning Mongo. Of course I did not stop learning. As a good habit, I wrote down the next things I learned and played around with. That is what this blogpost is about, next steps in the learning process of Mongo. This post mainly focussus on [...]
One of the technical fashionable terms is NoSQL. That is not really the reason why I wanted to have a look at it, but still it is a good reason to at least have an understanding of what it is. The best way to do this is to try it out. Together with Allard [...]
I am a experienced maven user. Sometime I love it, sometimes I hate it. I like it a lot better than ant, but in some situation you would like maven to be easier and more descriptive. The past year there was a lot of fuzz about Gradle. This would give you the best of ant [...]
Today, I released version 0.6 of the Axon Framework. 0.6 has many new features and is another step towards full production readiness. There is still some work to do, but first, let’s take a look at what has changed…
Lately I have been doing a lot with JMX. I use it more and more to check what my application is doing. I use it to monitor tomcat, the cache, queue’s and other libraries and components. Now I wanted to use jmx to monitor my own application. Using the standard JMX stuff coming with the [...]
Today, I finalized the 0.5 release of the Axon Framework. There is quite a number of changes since the 0.4 version. The 0.5 version is a major step towards production readiness of the framework.
Besides some changes to existing building blocks, such as the event bus, which is now much more powerful, the 0.5 [...]