Although it’s in the man page of the keytool I think it’s worth mentioning. JKS has a big advantage over the PKCS12-format: It knows trusted certificates. This way you can use certificates, normally untrusted by your application because the Certificate … Continue reading
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Certainly there are many many ways out there on how to learn a programming language. But did you ever hear about learning a new language by hearing (ie. reading) a camp fire story? No? Sure you didn’t!
Danny Coward posted a statement regarding the future of the swing package in later releases of the JDK. According to him, Sun will continue the work on Swing and even more try to ease the development and enhance the deployment … Continue reading
JBoss released a project named “RESTEasy” which provides help to build RESTful web services and RESTful Java applications. It is useable in any servlet container but – as you might already expected – it is built to work tighter with … Continue reading