Category Archives: Apache Abdera

Running the new MongoDB data adapter for Atom Hopper with Netbeans 7.1

I’ve mentioned Atom Hopper several times in this blog. Atom Hopper (based on Apache Abdera) for those whom might not know is a Rackspace sponsored open source project. Today I’ll show you how to use the new MongoDB data adapter. … Continue reading

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Creating a simple Activity Stream with Apache Abdera2, Java, and Netbeans 7 (with Maven)

The Apache Abdera team is hard at work on Abdera2. Abdera2 has a bunch of new features, check out this email by James Snell to get a sample of whats new and improved. One of the new features is Activity … Continue reading

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Reading an ATOM feed using Apache Abdera and Java

Today I’ll show you how to read an ATOM feed using Apache Abdera with Java. I’m going to be using Atom Hopper as the ATOMPub server and you can check out my previous articles on how to get it running.

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Running Atom Hopper with Apache Tomcat

In my last post I introduced you to Atom Hopper. Today I want to show you how to take the Atom Hopper WAR file and run it inside Apache Tomcat as well as change some of the default settings.

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Getting started with Atom Hopper – a Java ATOMPub server based on Apache Abdera

I’ve been blogging lately about Apache Abdera and ATOM. ATOM can be used for a lot of things and is very flexible. Today I want to introduce you to a new ATOMPub server called: Atom Hopper. Atom Hopper is open … Continue reading

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Building a simple feed reader with PrimeFaces 3.0 and Netbeans 7 (with Maven) that talks to Apache Abdera

PrimeFaces is a lightweight open source component suite for Java Server Faces 2.x. The PrimeFaces team is working on an upcoming 3.0 release which offers a lot of new functionality and components. One new component is the FeedReader. Today I’m … Continue reading

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Creating an ATOMPub server in Java that can return JSON (Using Apache Abdera)

A few days ago I showed you how you can build an ATOM client that can convert ATOM XML to JSON. Today I’ll show you how to take Apache Abdera and create an ATOMPub server that can return ATOM XML … Continue reading

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Build a simple AtomPub Java client to convert ATOM XML to JSON

In a previous post I showed you how to build a simple AtomPub client with Netbeans 7, Maven, Java and Apache Abdera. If you haven’t read that article then please do so now so that this new article makes more … Continue reading

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Building a simple AtomPub client with Netbeans 7, Maven, Java and Apache Abdera

In my last article I showed you how to create and run a simple AtomPub server using Apache Abdera. Today we will create a client (using modified code provided in this guide as well as the Apache Abdera examples) to … Continue reading

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Building a simple AtomPub server using Netbeans 7, Jetty 7, Maven, Java and Apache Abdera

The Apache Abdera website has a guide on building a simple AtomPub server. You can get the source code from the Abdera 1.1.2 Source downloads. Today I will expand on that guide/code and go over what you need to do … Continue reading

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