Adam asked me about that at NetBeans Day in Munich. One part of the JAX-RS Client API isn't fully standardized but still very important looking at today's microservice architectures. I am talking about timeouts here. Adam showed how to set them for Jersey and I just needed to find out how to do the same with Resteasy.
Just three days ago, the team around Thomas Diesler (@tdiesler) released the 2.0.0.CR1 version of the WildFly-Camel subsystem it allows you to add Camel Routes as part of the WildFly configuration. Routes can be deployed as part of JavaEE applications. JavaEE components can access the Camel Core API and various Camel Component APIs.
Time for another episode in my developer interview series.
Service Bus proxy accepts in an order.
The only pipeline logic is to raise an Alert.
I am using James as my email server.
The server is running as localhost.com.
I have created a couple of demo users - niallc and admin
The process -
The last blog post about Devoxx and what happened there. Promised. But I really wanted to do this very special developer interview with the team behind the Demo. You already know everything about the technical details behind it and now it it time to let those speak, who actually implemented it.
Sit back, relax and get a #Coffee+++! Thanks to the team for taking the time!
OpenShift is the "open hybrid cloud application platform by Red Hat". It comes in different flavors and the most interesting part for most of the things you want to do is the public cloud application development and hosting platform "OpenShift Online". You can easily try it out because using OpenShift Online in the cloud is free and it's easy. All it takes is an email address.
Lab available here