Using Java WebSockets, JSR 356, and JSON mapped to POJO’s

So I have been playing around with Tyrus, the reference implementation of the JSR 356 WebSocket for Java spec. Because I was looking at test tooling I was interested in running both the client and the server side in Java. So no HTML5 in this blog post I am (more...)

Building a simple java client for forecast.io

I like to be outdoors when life allows so weather is always an interest for me. So i was very pleases to see forecast.io becoming available with global coverage after being jealous of the US only "DarkSkys" app. It was also nice to see that there is a nice (more...)

wadl2java 1.1.4 released

We have released a new version of the wadl2java tool today with a bunch of new features and bug fixes. Again thanks for Pavel Bucek from the Jersey team for his continual help, and for the contribution from my JDeveloper team mate Michael Bachand.

New Features:

Using UriTemplate to change path parameters in a URI

I have been recently working on a client generator in the wadl.java.net project and I was solving a bug where I wanted to change path parameter on a URI. This turned out to be quite easy with existing classes that are part of the Jersey project.

First of (more...)

A little temporal feedback when running tests

I have been working a lot recently with a bunch of test jobs that are intermittently getting stuck. Now it is possible to work out the point where the problem is occurring by looking at the date labels on the LOG output; but it is hard visually to pick these (more...)