- Red Sweater Blog – The Road Less Traveled – Don’t be afraid to fail! Failure is your only means of testing for fact. And without facts, you have nothing to base your business on.
- HTML5 in the browser: Local data storage | Developer World – InfoWorld – HTML5 Web Storage, Web Database, FileReader, FileWriter, and AppCaching APIs will transform Web pages into local applications, but not yet
- Meet Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon’s Platform Play: Cloud Computing News « – Amazon Web Services, which popularized cloud computing with its Elastic Compute Cloud and Simple Storage Service, has moved up the stack from infrastructure to providing Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, its platform-as-a-service play
- IntelliJ IDEA wins TOY award from InfoWorld! | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog – IntelliJ IDEA wins Technology of the Year award from InfoWorld!
- Bowler – RESTful Scala Web Framework – Bowler is a RESTful, multi-channel ready web framework in Scala with a functional flavour, built on top of Scalatra and Scalate, with Lift-JSON doing the heavy JSON lifting
- Use Objectify to store data in the Google App Engine Datastore – GitHub – An example of using Objectify to store and retreive data from the Google App Engine Datastore
- gwtmodernizr – A Modernizr clone for Google Web Toolkit – Modernizr is a great js library that detects if your browser offers native support for a number of CSS3 and HTML5 features. The idea of this project is to port Modernizr to GWT and make this feature detection possible from within your GWT code.
- GWT Pivot Table – GWT Pivot Table Component, Java GWT web Application – The GWT Pivot Table is a Web component that easily integrates into your Java GWT Web application and provides seamless rendering of your MDX queries.
- Make a Flexible Architecture Now, Perfect it Later | Javalobby – When you start a project , there are plenty of tough questions that depend on the application you are writing, but by layering your code and ensuring that functionality takes place only in well defined points which you can alter or relocate, you ensure that your code remains able to change based on architectural decisions and business demands.
- Comet Daily » Blog Archive » The Five Key Metrics of a High-Performance Comet Server – The five dimensions of performance above are essential for any high-performance Comet server. They can be measured independently of the specific architecture of a particular Comet server