The Servlet API is one of the most used API, if not the most used API of the Java EE Platform! It was revised for Java EE 7, Servlet 3.1 (JSR 340) added quite some new capabilities such as support for the HTTP 1.1 upgrade mechanism (required for supporting WebSocket for example), non-blocking asynchronous IO, various security related improvements and so on. Shing Wai Chan (Spec Lead of Servlet 3.1) (more...)
Ed Burns (Specification Lead of JSF 2.2 - JSR 344) has just posted a draft JSR proposal for JavaServer Faces 2.3. Manfred Riem will help Ed to drive JSF forward. If you have been involved in the JSF community, you should know Manfred already as he is very active in that community!
The exact content of this JSR will discussed and agreed by the Expert Group but Ed is suggesting some initial (more...)
CDI (Context and Dependency Injection) is a 'recent' specification. CDI 1.0 has been introduced in Java EE 6 and has been slightly revised (CDI 1.1) for Java EE 7. In just a few years, CDI has become a key technology for the Java EE platform. CDI is becoming increasingly important as different parts of the platform are leveraging CDI more and more (e.g. JTA 1.2 @Transactional, Beans Validation 1. (more...)