If you’re a Java developer and you want to find out a bit more on Java for Mac OS X, the
Apple Developer Connection has posted an article that you should check out.
Entitled “Enterprise Java on Mac OS X,” the article looks at ways developers can take advantage of Mac OS X’s Java 2 support by rapidly deploying the open source servers JBoss and Jetty to test and run J2EE applications.
Covering topics such as Installing and Configuring JBoss and Jetty on Mac OS X; Enterprise JavaBeans and EJB Containers; Entity Beans; Transactions; and more, the article also offers downloads and sample code that you can use.
If you are new to J2EE, you can
read an overview at Sun’s Web site.