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Recent posts by Fabio Falci Rodrigues

Hi!

Is there a good reason to hibernate return a empty object for a query (get by id)?
The id is null and the lists are empty.

Thanks!
I'm not a expert on that, but i think you must satisfy one of these conditions:

1. Be a europen citizenship (like me! I have italian passport)

2. Apply to a 'Highly skilled workers' http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/workingintheuk/tier1/general/

3. Get a work permit before your trip to UK http://www.workpermit.com/uk/uk.htm

But like I say, i'm not a expert on UK work stuffs...
12 years ago
Very good question.
Do you already look for some LAF configurations?
12 years ago
What do you guys think about Javascript?

You don't need to install anything to execute, just use your favorite web browser!
12 years ago
Do you think?
I don't no, but I think that just a light understanding is enough.
The web frameworks abstract a lot of concepts.
12 years ago
Yes, you can you use these java memory database.
I recommend H2
12 years ago

Bear Bibeault wrote:As above, I disagree. frameworks should be avoided until the basics are well understood. Only then can it be determines which, if any, is suitable for use.



Yes, for sure. He must understand the base and avoid some frameworks, as least for 1 or 2 weeks.
But don't fall in the trap and create a home made web framework. Every java developer do that.

Pick up one and start to produce!
12 years ago
HTML + Css + JavaScript! That's the base.

After that you can focus on JSP and web frameworks, like Struts2, SpringMVC, JSF, etc.
And if in this point you still planning to continue with Java, then you can think about in some
libraries, like Hibernate and Spring.
12 years ago
Well, stay away from JavaFX, at least right now. Lets say that JavaFX don't take off, yet, maybe someday.

For RIA use Flex or Javascript (did you see that office 2010 is in Javascript?)
For desktop use Swing or Swt, in the java world of course.
13 years ago

Ulf Dittmer wrote:Note that there's a very capable open source solution for running CFML in a servlet container: http://www.openbluedragon.org/



I didn't know that, thanks for the link.

We have a intranet coldfusion system running and I agree with you when you say CF is a legacy technology.
It is very hard to find CF developers.
13 years ago
JSP
Is JavaFX live?
13 years ago
Depends, but I prefer JSP! Coldfusion is paid.
13 years ago
JSP