Daily del.icio.us for Jun 22, 2007 through Jun 27, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Jun 13, 2007 through Jun 20, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Jun 06, 2007 through Jun 08, 2007

  • Maven – Security Annotation Framework – The Security Annotation Framework (SAF) is an instance-level access control framework driven by Java 5 annotations
  • Wbox HTTP testing tool – Wbox aims to help you having fun while testing HTTP related stuff. You can use it to perform many tasks, including Benchmarking, Web server and web application stressing, Testing virtual domains, compression, etc
  • filehippo.com Update Client – filehippo.com – The Update Checker will scan your computer for installed software, check the versions and then send this information to filehippo.com to see if there are any newer releases. These are then neatly displayed in your browser for you to download.
  • I’m moving to Finland 🙂 | Economist.com – But American workers have perhaps the most to feel aggrieved about: theirs is the only rich-world country that does not give any statutory paid holiday
  • Red Hat Magazine | Squid in 5 minutes – There are many great tools that Squid has to offer, but when I need to redirect http traffic to a caching server for performance increases or security, squid?s my pick. Squid has built in proxy and caching tools that are simple, yet effective.

Daily del.icio.us for Jun 02, 2007 through Jun 06, 2007

  • filehippo.com Update Client – filehippo.com – The Update Checker will scan your computer for installed software, check the versions and then send this information to filehippo.com to see if there are any newer releases. These are then neatly displayed in your browser for you to download.
  • I’m moving to Finland 🙂 | Economist.com – But American workers have perhaps the most to feel aggrieved about: theirs is the only rich-world country that does not give any statutory paid holiday
  • Red Hat Magazine | Squid in 5 minutes – There are many great tools that Squid has to offer, but when I need to redirect http traffic to a caching server for performance increases or security, squid?s my pick. Squid has built in proxy and caching tools that are simple, yet effective.
  • Coding Horror: The Best Code is No Code At All – The fundamental nature of coding is that our task, as programmers, is to recognize that every decision we make is a trade-off. To be a master programmer is to understand the nature of these trade-offs, and be conscious of them in everything we write
  • Google kicks offline Web apps into gear | CNET News.com – The goal of Google Gears is to create a single, standardized way to add offline capabilities to Web applications. The initial code is aimed at JavaScript Ajax-style Web applications. It runs on IE & Firefox on Windows, Mac OS and Linux
  • How to build the world’s best paper planes | Lifeandhealth | Life and Health – Get designs for the world’s best paper planes plus tips from aviation experts on how to make them fly faster and longer
  • Christophe Coenraets » Flex-based SQLAdmin for Google Gears – The demo is a Flex-based Sales Force Automation application that uses Gears to save data to a local SQLite database while offline, and automatically synchronizes back with the server when you reconnect to the network.

Daily del.icio.us for Jun 01, 2007 through Jun 02, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for May 31, 2007 through Jun 01, 2007

  • BEA WebLogic Event Server, First and only Java container for high-performance, event-driven applications – BEA WebLogic Event Server is the first and only Java container for high-performance event-driven applications
  • It’s Still the Latency, Stupid…pt.1 – If you think bandwidth is the only thing affecting your network speed, think again. As pipes get bigger, latency becomes the real bottleneck. This article discusses network latency, how to measure it, why its important, and how to plan for it. Complex con
  • Fedora 7 released – You can find a tour filled with pictures and videos of this exciting new release of Fedora 7. This release includes significant new versions of many key components and technologies
  • TableKit – TableKit is a collection of HTML table enhancements using the Prototype framework. TableKit currently implements row striping, column sorting, column resizing and cell editing using Ajax.
  • Google Gears API Developer’s Guide (Beta) – Architecture – During development of Gears, we experimented with many different architectures for offline-enabled web applications. In this document we briefly look at some of them and explore their advantages and disadvantages.
  • InfoQ: A Wicket User Revisits JSF – Peter recently took a 2nd look at JSF after developing most recently with Wicket. The evaluation was prompted by his recent writing on migrating from Spring MVC / Webflow to Wicket.
  • Google Gears – Enabling Offline Web Applications – Google Gears (BETA) is an open source browser extension that enables web applications to provide offline functionality using following JavaScript APIs: