madura

My previous post covered how to specify rules for the Madura Rules engine. This post covers how to add Madura Rules to your application. First, we are assuming that your […]

My earlier posts described Madura Objects, which is a way to define Java objects that automatically call a validation engine whenever they change. A valid change is accepted and an […]

Last entry I explained how, when using Madura Objects, you generate your Java Beans from an XSD file. The resulting classes have code injected into them by the Madura Objects […]

I kept the previous post short because I know I never read long blog posts. So here is some more about Madura Objects. Recall that we generate Java using JAXB/XJC […]

I’ve just updated MaduraDocs. There are some minor cleanups in functionality but mostly tidy ups in the project structure making it easier to integrate into your ant projects. I’m now […]

I have just released a small open-source project onto google code called MaduraConfiguration. MaduraConfiguration is for those times when you want to distribute a packaged up application in a jar […]

I was given a file on a CD yesterday. It is a .pub file, so I think it is a Microsoft Publisher file. Now, why is it a good idea […]