It's OSCON 2003 time in sunny downtown Portland, Oregon. This week's full of interesting hacks, tips, and tutorials for open source. There've been several great Java talks, and your editor finally met his colleague Daniel Steinberg face to face. Here are the articles for this week:
Vikram Goyal's a man on a mission—to guide everyone through the underpromoted treasures of the Jakarta Commons. This week, Using the Jakarta Commons, Part 2 explores the Java packaging and XML components. Jelly looks pretty clever.
New author Rafe Colburn starts his career with Creating Email Templates with XML. Just about any complex web application needs to send email. When you factor in internationalization, resource files, and ease of maintenance, embedding messages in your code is too complex to scale. Rafe demonstrates using the Commons Digester and JavaMail to make your life much easier.
To subscribe to the ONJava.com newsletter (or any O'Reilly Network newsletters), visit https://epoch.oreilly.com/account/default.orm and select the newsletters you wish to receive in your user profile (you'll need to log in with your existing O'Reilly Network account -- if you don't yet have an account, you'll need to create one).
To change your newsletter subscription options, please visit https://epoch.oreilly.com/account/default.orm and click the"Manage My Newsletters" link. For assistance, send help to
There's plenty of OSCON coverage in our weblogs and on the OSCON wiki, as well as on the official coverage page. Check it out!
Until next week,
O'Reilly Network Technical Editor
O'Reilly ONJava.com Open Source Java Directory
JBoss for Mac OS X 'Panther' Server
Inverted IF statements. English is good.
Java Web Start 1.4.2 Complaints
Other Java News (channel -- LANG: JAVA)
Java Code Recipe of the Day
O'Reilly and Associates
Return to list of ONJava Newsletters.
Return to the ONJava.com.
Copyright © 2009 O'Reilly Media, Inc.