How buggy is your SOAP stack, a follow up

It’s now been over three months since I blogged about the status of the various Java SOAP stacks and the bug counts. When I first posted it, many people considered it a “wake up call” to the projects and were wondering how the projects would respond. A lot has happened in the last three months […]

Apache CXF 2.2.6 and 2.1.9 are released

I finally managed to get Apache CXF 2.2.6 and 2.1.9 released and out the door. In a lot of ways, this was a “big” release, not because of any cool or exciting new features, but due to the concerted effort of just “fixing bugs”. At the time I did the release build, there were 19 […]

Apache CXF: 2009 in Numbers

Claus Ibsen wrote up a nice blog post about how Apache Camel did this year using some easily obtained metrics. I thought it was kind of interesting so I wanted to do the same for CXF. Number of posts on the users list: 6614 Number of posts on the dev list: 1661 Number of messages […]

Apache CXF has another book!

Just a week or so after the first book for Apache CXF was released, a second book now appears. Developing Web Services with Apache CXF and Axis2 (3rd Edition) is an update to Kent Ka Iok Tong’s book about Axis2, but it now covers CXF as well. Being on holidays, I haven’t had time to […]

Apache CXF now has a book!

Someone once told me that you’ll know your product is a success when someone writes a “For Dummies” book about it. Apache CXF took a step in that direction yesterday with the release of Apache CXF Web Service Development. As far as I know, this is the first published book about CXF. What’s particularly exciting […]