Using Spring, it is easy to inject any instance with its dependencies, as long as the instance is managed by the Spring container. This typically means that the to-be injected beans are configured in the XML configuration. However, sometimes, it is impossible or ugly design to have objects managed by the Spring container. For example, [...]
For a while I am experimenting with flex. I wrote quite some posts about flex and security and I started writing about the Springframework BlazeDS Integration project. One thing that I do not really like about the configuration is the way to configure the remoting. All the hassle with the service-config.xml that needs to be [...]
Since my last article about springframework and hippo “Roadtrip from springframework to hippo 7” I have made a lot of changes to the code and moved my project to the hippo forge. With this post I want to explain what I have changed and in some situations why. I will not repeat the stuff I [...]
In my previous post I have created a flex client with a BlazeDS back-end using the spring blazeds integration. If you are familiar with the springframework, the configuration became a lot easier at the server side. Still I had some problems to get it easier at the client as well. I still needed the services-config.xml [...]
Some time a go I had a chat with Alef Arendsen. We talked about flex and the integration with springframework. As a lot of you know, I wrote a few posts about that topic. We talked about what the springframework could do to make life easier for spring developers when using flex and BlazeDS. At [...]
Recently, SpringSource released the first version of their DM server. The SpringSource DM Server provides the ability to build enterprise web applications. In the basis, S2DM is a fine mixture of Equinox and Tomcat.
Building OSGi-based web applications was already possible, but it is tedious and error prone work. The typical hello-world example was [...]
At the moment I am doing a proof of concept for a customer together with two developers from the customer and a developer from Hippo. We are using the future product of hippo, Hippo 7. It is a nice technology stack using JackRabbit for the content repository and wicket as a view technology for the [...]
I have reached a new Milestone. More than three years ago I blogged about a framework called Rome. This is a framework that enables you to create Rss feeds without to much hassle. I found the framework and created a base class that was put into springmodules. This blogpost Creating-an-rss-feed-with-spring-and-Rome explains what I have done.