Category Archives: Netbeans

Create an ATOM feed with Atom Nuke, NetBeans 7.2 and Java

I’ve been blogging on Atom Nuke which is a collection of utilities built on a simple and fast ATOM implementation. Check out my previous post on creating a simple ATOM feed crawler. Today I’ll show you another feature which is … Continue reading

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Building a simple ATOM crawler with Atom Nuke, Netbeans 7.2 and Java

Atom Nuke is a new project created by John Hopper who incidentally is also the creator of Atom Hopper and Repose. Atom Nuke, or “Nuke” as we call it is a collection of utilities built on a simple and fast … Continue reading

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Setting up a Vert.x (Mod) project to work with Maven and Netbeans 7.1 on OS X and Java 7

Today I’ll show you one way to use Netbeans 7.1 and Maven to work with a Vert.x project. This is just one way you can go about setting up the project and is how I currently do it. If you … Continue reading

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Installing and configuring Netbeans 7.1.2 and the Java JDK 1.7 on OS X

Recently Oracle released the JDK 1.7 for OS X (download here). This is a JDK release as of the time of this article and a consumer version of the JRE 1.7 will be released later in 2012. Today I’m going … 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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Building a REST service that collects HTML form data using Netbeans, Jersey, Apache Tomcat and Java

The Jersey project is very well documented so it makes it easy to learn REST with Java. In this article I’m going to build two projects. The first project will be a very simple HTML page that presents a form … Continue reading

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Building a simple REST service using NetBeans 7, a Java Servlet, and JAXB

There are plenty of good Java based REST frameworks out there to build applications with. Restlet, RESTEasy, Jersey, etc. come to mind just to name a few. You don’t need a REST framework to build a simple REST service (although … Continue reading

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Build a Spring-Data project with MongoDB in under 5 minutes using Netbeans 7 and Maven

Spring-Data is a rapidly moving project and has support for many technologies such as non-relational databases, map-reduce frameworks, and cloud based data services as well as providing support for relational databases. Today I’m going to focus on their support for … Continue reading

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Using a Java Servlet Filter to intercept the response HTTP status code with Netbeans 7 and Maven

Version 2.3 of the Java servlet spec introduced the concept of filters. According to the documentation from Oracle’s site: “A filter dynamically intercepts requests and responses to transform or use the information contained in the requests or responses”. Today I’ll … Continue reading

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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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