From Versioning, Automation and CI to File Upload, MVC, Scopes and Centralized Logging -- 51st airhacks.tv

"Versioning, tagging, branching, automation, CI/CD, autodeployment in production, JAX-RS and file upload, MVC 1.0 vs. servlets and JSPs, Primefaces as module, @Singleton vs. @ApplicationScoped vs. @RequestScoped and JAX-RS, centralized logging, logging vs. metrics and the future of webassembly":

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Comments:

At 23:00 your comment on @EJB vs @Inject for Singleton beans.

The documentation states that Singletons are shared concurrently by clients, multiple threads can access them concurrently. And the EE api provides container (via annotations) and bean managed concurrency to control that. No mention of @EJB being locked to a particular thread at a time.

Can you please elaborate on your explanation of @Inject vs @EJB?

Posted by Hristo on June 08, 2018 at 11:36 AM CEST #

Thanks! The question regarding @EJB vs. @Inject was answered during 53rd airhackts.tv:

http://www.adam-bien.com/roller/abien/entry/from_rx_over_cloud_languages

Posted by Adam Bien on September 03, 2018 at 07:21 AM CEST #

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