Category Archives: Jakarta EE
Jakarta EE 9 and Jersey 3.0.0 are here. The transition to a new jakarta package based APIs took a great amount of work, from the whole Jakarta EE community. It started in the spring of the year 2020, and finally, Jakarta EE 9 is almost there!… Read more
Java Enterprise Edition, or Java EE, is a set of standards defined to be used in an enterprise environment, implemented by a set of Java EE compatible application servers. Java Enterprise Edition or JEE (formerly Java 2 Enterprise Edition, or J2EE) is being developed for more than a decade, starting with the first J2EE 1.2 release in 1999.… Read more
What a busy summer! Jersey 2.29 has been released in June and Jakarta EE 8 release was the next goal to be achieved before Oracle Code One.
That’s right, Eclipse Glassfish 5.1.0.RC2, the Jakarta EE implementation, has been published in maven central. Eclipse Glassfish 5.1.0 release is terribly close.
Latest Glassfish in maven central, Eclipse Glassfish 5.1.0.RC1, publicly available couple of months, is mostly identical to Oracle Glassfish 5.0.1, the latest Java EE reference implementation.… Read more
Glassfish Application Server has been the reference implementation of Java EE since Java EE 5. Those days, it was Glassfish version 2. Java EE 6 reference implementation was Glassfish 3.x, Java EE 7 reference implementation was Glassfish 4.0, Java EE 8 reference implementation was Glassfish 5.0.… Read more
The year 2018 is to be over soon. Christmas is over, but there is no Jakarta EE for a Christmas present – the Jakarta EE release is postponed to January 2019. Not even Jersey 2.28 is released. While it may seem so – the GitHub repository already contains tag and branch 2.28 – the tag and branch are erased and recreated again, from time to time.… Read more
It has been a year since the opening of Java EE has been announced. Whole year first the Oracle company and later the Jakarta EE community jumped in to be working hard on the transition of every Java EE technology to the Eclipse Foundation under Jakarta EE umbrella. … Read more
As it has been announced, Oracle decided to open up Java EE and donate each Java EE technology owned, to the Eclipse Foundation. This comes in four stages, and current status is reported for instance by Java Evangelist. The umbrella of once Java EE projects in the Foundation has a code name Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J) and Java EE is called Jakarta EE now.… Read more