- Some explicit language about implicit EL objects
- Using multiple faces-config.xml files in JSF
- JDeveloper and the art of the rollback
- Bah - what is JBO-35007?
Statcounter.com to keep track of this, as well as how readers actually arrive at my blog pages.
Curiously, and maybe a bit silly of me not to realise this, most accesses to my pages are from Google searches. I was under the mistaken impression that regular JDeveloper blog readers would be the usual cliental, but Google searches account for 75% of the hits on my blog, usually based around pure JSF based searches, not Oracle, ADF Faces, ADF BC or JDeveloper related.
Otherwise the 3 most common methods for readers to get to my blog are from the JDeveloper blog aggregator hosted by the Ric Smith at The Peninsula's Edge (Great work & thanks Ric, and I'm becoming pretty good at spelling Peninsula too!), the Oracle Java newsletter, or the JSF OTN website.
What countries do the majority of queries come from?
- 24% United States
- 11% Austria
- 7% UK
- 6% Canada
- 4% Ukraine
- 3% Spain
- 3% Columbia
- 3% Poland
- 3% Australia
I'd be curious to know from other JDeveloper bloggers who are keeping statistics, what services are they using to record stats, and what trends are they seeing.