Daily del.icio.us for May 20, 2007

  • Why hasn’t Tapestry been more widely adopted? – I still think that Tapestry is one of the best platforms to be developing your Web application on. Having said that I think that there are some issues that need to be addressed to help improve Tapestry?s adoption into the Java community
  • Flex Builder without Flex Builder – If your Flex workflow doesn?t include Flex Builder (ie. you work from the command line) you should check out FLEXible. It is a sweet Flex application by John Grden that lets you visually create your MXML for use in your Flex projects
  • Easy Test-Driven GUI Development – code & slides – After a few hours of wrestling with Google Groups, I could finally upload the source code, slides and movies (containing coding examples) for our JavaOne presentation
  • Greg Luck’s WebLog: Comparing Memcached and Ehcache Performance – In-process caching and asynchronous replication are a clear performance winner. Ehcache and other in-process caches are very widely used in the Java world. One thing I see happening is new languages reusing Java infrastructure
  • Enterprise Java Community: Spring is the New Java EE – Last but not least, next generation application servers from BEA, and maybe IBM, will be built on top of Spring. Am I the only one that finds this mind-blowing?