Instantiating a Java Object in jjs is pretty straight forward, at least it can be.
This was so easy that I instantly continued trying Arrays.
You could argue that using the java style initialization doesn’t add anything and complicates stuff overly. But in realty sometime you need complex. Whenever you cannot rely on the automatic type casting system of jjs you have to do it manually.
- invoking java gc through bash
- Java SPI - a simple hello world service
- FormDataHandler implements com.sun.net.httpserver.HttpHandler
- ant task to show content of a jar file
- debugging a java application with an interactive shell
- add jar to the classpath at runtime in jjs (the hacky way)
- read the content of a file in one line in jjs
- print something to the console in jjs
- using jjs under osx
- improve TIBCO Designer tester performance under linux
- how the web component slot system works
- how web component attributes work
- writing a hello world web component
- embed a github commit log into markdown
- tracking virtual links with google analytics
- cloud-the-web - my new web project
- installing GLUEscript on debian squeeze 64bit