Category Archives: Atom Hopper

Finding specific ATOM categories using Atom Nuke and Java

This is the third article I’ve written now on the new Atom Nuke framework. Today I’m going to go over turning ATOM feeds and entries into selectable events. This is built into Nuke via the EPS, or Event Processing System. … 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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Paging through an ATOM feed using Node.js, CoffeeScript, MongoDB and Atom Hopper

I work daily with Atom Hopper which is a Java ATOMPub server. As we add new features we need to test those features and a lot of times we end up with small scripts just like the one I’ll show … Continue reading

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Setting up Repose: The REstful PrOxy Service Engine

From the Repose website: Repose is an open-source RESTful HTTP proxy service that scales to the cloud. Repose provides the solution to common API processing tasks such as rate limiting, client authentication, versioning, and logging so that web service developers … Continue reading

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Posting a new ATOM entry to Atom Hopper using Node.js

Previously I blogged about how you can use Apache Abdera to post ATOM entries to an AtomPub server like Atom Hopper. Today I’ll show you how to do something similar but with Node.js.

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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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What’s new with Atom Hopper (A Java based ATOM server)

Atom Hopper is a Java based ATOM publishing server based on Apache Abdera. You can read some of my previous articles here and the full source code can be found here as well as the up to date wiki. Today … Continue reading

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Introducing JSON Feed Server – An open source project that uses Nodejs, Express, Mongoose and MongoDB

Today I’m announcing a new open source project I’ve been working on for a short while. JSON Feed Server is a Nodejs based JSON feed server that you can use to HTTP POST JSON data into and use HTTP GET … Continue reading

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Getting started with Atomic and Atomic-AR (a project using jQuery Mobile) for Atom Hopper

Last month I introduced a new open source ATOM Pub server called: Atom Hopper (source code available on GitHub). I did a small demo of Atom Hopper and had to quickly build a user interface to show off what exactly … 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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