A lot of development has gone into 5.0. Here are the big points:
New bootstrap API
Java 8 support
Expanded AUTO id generation support
Naming strategy split
Attribute Converter support
Better "bulk id table" support
Typed Session API
Improved OSGi support
Improved bytecode enhancement capabilities
Work on documentation
This is the user guide for the support for OAuth 2.0. For OAuth 1.0, everything is different, so see its user guide.
This user guide is divided into two parts, the first for the OAuth 2.0 provider, the second for the OAuth 2.0 client. For both the provider and the client, the best source of sample code is the integration tests and sample apps.
Universidade de Coimbra Pólo II - Pinhal de Marrocos,Coimbra (mapa)
Nesta sessão teremos o prazer de contar com o António Gonçalves que nos irá fazer uma apresentação sobre CDI (Contexts & Dependency Injection).
Abstract : "CDI How do I ?"
In this session I'll present CDI (Context & Dependency Injection), explain most of its concepts (injection, producers, alternatives, interceptors, decorators, events...), and also show you why CDI has become the leading Java EE specification. All this with a soft blend of slides and demos (demos that work of course). CDI 2.0 being in the starting blocks, I'll end the session by giving you the roadmap of this new version.
Java SE 8 (JDK 8) introduced a fundamentally new way of programming in Java with the introduction of Lambda expressions.
Lambda provides a simple way to pass functionality as an argument to another method, such as what action should be taken when someone clicks a button, or how to sort a set of names. Lambda expressions enable you to do this, to treat functionality as a method argument, or code as data.
You may have heard about Lambda expressions, and are curious what impact it will have on you as a Java developer.
This course is designed to answer your questions and more.
Have you ever wondered what Lambda expressions are in Java?
Have you ever wanted to write parallel code in Java without worrying about threads and locking?
Have you ever wanted to process collections of data without using loops?
Have you ever wanted to do functional programming in Java?
All of these questions will be answered in this practical hands-on MOOC. This course introduces two major new changes to the Java platform: Lambda expressions and the Stream API.
Unlike a traditional instructor-led event, the course is delivered on-line.
Take this course when you want, where you want, and at your own pace.
Interact with your peers and the instructor panel through the forum.
Each week we will post a new set of course materials:
A series of short, pre-recorded videos provide the "lecture" portion of the course.
A homework project is linked to the video material, and applies what you have learned by working with Lambdas and Streams.
A graded quiz evaluates how well you have grasped the materials and the homework.
3 - 4 hours weekly
Based on successfully completing the course quizzes, you will receive a course completion award, suitable for printing and framing!
Apply Lambdas to everyday problems
Convert anonymous classes to Lambda expressions
Apply the Streams API to solve problems of sorting, identifying the most and least, and reducing duplicates
Determine when to apply Lambdas (and when not to!)