Seam

Seam Identity Management

During a recent coding getaway to Maine (see my post on the 2011 HackFestaThon) I decided to write a basic Seam project as a starting point for my future Seam based web applications.  The idea is to provide common features such as Login, Logout, Registration, Forgot Password, User […]

By |July 11th, 2011|Seam, Security|3 Comments

First brush with Ruby On Rails

Earlier this week I was hanging out with a friend talking about a project he was working on and I decided to poke at it a bit with him, and as such got my first hands on experience with Ruby on Rails.

Ruby on Rails or RoR obviously has huge buzz and is a very popular […]

By |May 30th, 2011|General, Seam|2 Comments

10MinuteMail and Form Submission Charsets in Seam/JSF

I launched a minor update to 10MinuteMail.com last night. It contained:

  1. Changed the mail domain to owlpic.com
  2. Updated the Russian language translation (thanks to Vladimir)
  3. Fixed a bug where replying to an e-mail using a non-latin character set would result in an unreadable e-mail (also thanks to Vladimir for pointing this out)

This last issue was an […]

By |March 4th, 2010|10MinuteMail, Seam|3 Comments

Seam 2.x Web Development

Packt Publishing just sent me a copy of their new Seam book entitled Seam 2.x Web Development. Authored by David Salter, it seems to be a well laid out practical guide to building web apps with Seam 2. I’ve only skimmed it so far, but will be posting an in-depth review once I’m […]

By |June 2nd, 2009|Seam|0 Comments

Environment specific mail auth and Seam’s MailSession

If you are using Seam’s MailSession to send out going e-mail from your Seam application you can run into trouble if you have a mail server in any environment (dev, test, stage, prod) that allows outgoing mail based on the client’s IP address and does not use username and password based authentication.

The standard […]

By |May 19th, 2009|Seam|0 Comments