Donderdag 16 april/Thursday April 16th – Speedy Joe’s – Using asynchronous interaction in Java EE to turn the world’s slowest restaurant into a super performant place

Lucas Jellema

De Java SIG (Special Interest Group) van AMIS organiseert op donderdag 16 april een bijeenkomst (publiek toegankelijk) over asynchrone interacties in Java EE (web) applicaties. Synchrone interacties in de echte wereld en in IT applicaties kunnen de boel behoorlijk ophouden. Synchroon betekent wachten – en resources vasthouden. Dat kan een […]

ADF Faces RC – Highlight partially refreshed areas to enlighten the user about automatic updates

Lucas Jellema 1

  One of the rich aspects of ADF Faces RC (and most Web 2.0/AJAX components) is functionality that performs Partial Page Refresh operations: actions by the user trigger asynchronous communication between browser and server that in turn may cause selected areas of the page to be refreshed. For example: entering a value […]

Using asynchronous mechanisms in Java and JavaScript for improving the user experience

Lucas Jellema

  In this article, we will continue a discussion on asynchronous processing started in a previous article that introduced asynchronous and parallel processing Java using Executors, Futures, Callable Objects and the underlying thread model in Java 5 and 6. While a stand alone Java application – without UI – is […]

ADF 11g – Use the Change(d) Indicator to make AJAX originated value refresh explicit to the user

Lucas Jellema 1

  ADF 11g Rich Client Components have a facility called the Change(d) Indicator. The changed attribute is specified using a Boolean value or expression (typically the latter). When the expression evaluates to true, a visual indication is rendered on the component that signifies to the user that the item’s value […]