Following on from our introduction to using IntelliJ, we thought we’d explain how to use our very own WAS Developer Tools to write the same Hello World app.
You can deploy Jenkins on Liberty profile. We’ve created a page on the Jenkins wiki describing how to do it. Take a look…
When we first released the Liberty profile we also released some great tools for developing applications with Eclipse, but what if you aren’t using Eclipse? What if you are using (as an example) IntelliJ IDEA?
We’re taking our first steps into the world of GitHub. Take a look at what we’re doing on wasdev.
It was with great trepidation that I sat down to read the RebelLabs report into developer friendly application servers. I’ve spent over 2 years pouring my heart and soul into making the Liberty profile the best runtime for developers and here was the first independent report comparing them.
We’ve just released the shiny new WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5. We are really excited about this new release, updating the Liberty profile with new programming model support such as Web profile, JMS and Web services, it also adds new management capabilities.
Today’s GA of WebSphere Application Server introduces to the Liberty profile support for WebSphere MQ using the Java Message Service (JMS) APIs. Read this blog post to learn how to use WebSphere MQ with the Liberty profile.
Liberty’s Tim deBoer will be speaking at IBM Innovate on using Liberty profile and its new support for Web profile and web services.
Come talk about the key benefits of WAS v8.5 liberty profile including dynamic feature management, security, and WAS 8.5.5 Liberty Messaging