Posts tagged JakartaEE

Getting Started with Jakarta EE 9: Jakarta Faces (JSF)

With Jakarta Faces, you can build user interfaces for web applications, including UI components, state management, event handing, input validation, page navigation, and support for internationalization and accessibility. It is a server-side framework that allows for rapid development of web applications, mainly administrative applications which are data entry and business logic heavy. The web pages are created by defining the components that are required and the events that are triggered by the user, and the rendering happens in a separate phase that can be customised to your needs.

In this blog, we mention a few features of Jakarta Faces 3.0 as it is one of the largest specifications of Jakarta EE 9.

Read All About It: Interviews With Our CEO Steve Millidge

Did you know? Payara Services is the proud recipient of a 2021 Queen's Award for Enterprise - International Trade. Often called the "Knighthood for Business", theQueen's Award is the UK's premier business accolade. 

On the back of this achievement, our CEO and Founder Steve Millidge was in high demand as an interviewee. In two recent interviews, you can find out more about what winning this award meant, Payara as a business, more about our open source business model and even Steve's motto! 

Is the Java EE Deployment Model Out of Date? Watch The Video.

We are now sharing the FINAL video in our'Dismiss the Myths: Get to Know Jakarta EE (Java EE)'. 

This one asks the question: 'Is the Java EE Deployment Model Out of Date?'. We definitely don't think so! 

Steve Millidgeshows you why the Java EE (Jakarta EE) deployment model is not old fashioned or out of date - and goes into battle with Spring!

The Payara Monthly Catch: July 2021

Welcome to our July Payara Monthly Catch - a collection of articles, videos & podcasts around Java, Jakarta EE, MicroProfile, open source and cloud computing. This month, the list mixes up quirky content you may not have seen - weird programming facts, tips on using the Snowflake Database - to insight from some of the most esteemed experts in the industry. Payara Platform has also been appearing all over the web, as influencers and our community use it in demos and discuss our products in conferences. Find out where Payara can be found across external blogs, conferences and media outlets in our 'Featuring Payara and Payarans' section.

On the internal news side, we announced that Payara Server Community 6.2021.1.Alpha1 is now a Certified Jakarta EE 9.1 9.1 (Full Profile) Compatible Product! Even though we aren't encouraging users to run Payara Server 6 in production yet - you can achieve the same result, migrating to Java SE 11, in Payara Server 5 - this is important news in the journey of Payara Platform products alongside Jakarta EE.

We also published a full summary of what we got up to for our annual team-bonding company event, Payara Week - from chocolate Payara fishes to cocktail making challenges, open source business model learning to daily workshops. Make sure you read ithere! You can also watch videos from our summer webinar series, 'Dismiss the Myths: Get to know Java EE / Jakarta EE'here - the second half of the sessions took place this month.

Are Java EE Application Servers Heavy? Watch The Video.

Our summer webinar series continued with 'Are Java EE Application Servers Heavy?'

In thismyth-busting webinar, Steve Millidge (founder of Payara), showed viewers that Java EE application servers are NOT resource-heavy or slow.  His live demonstrations showed it’s possible to have a small footprint and low resource usage in Jakarta EE runtimes.

If you missed the webinar earlier this month, you can now watch the video!