- GWT 2.1 Editors – tbroyer’s posterous – GWT 2.1 is advertized as providing "a framework for business apps", and one of the included features is the Editor framework, which provides data binding between bean-like objects and UI fields
- News Desk: Why Is Eric Schmidt Stepping Down at Google? : The New Yorker – Schmidt leaves behind an extraordinary company, and one that, despite the fact that Facebook is the flavor of the month or year, is producing annual revenues of close to thirty billion dollars
- Countdown to Ext JS 4: Dynamic Loading and New Class System – Sencha – Blog – The new class system is the basis of a massively enhanced framework for Ext JS 4. Every important class in the framework has been upgraded to be faster, more robust and easier to develop with.
- Getting Started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk | blog.teamextension.com – Amazon has recently introduced AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Here’s a quick walk-through on how to deploy your very first AWS Elastic Beanstalk web application using Eclipse.
- Blog of Dmitry Buzdin: Is Java Reflection Really Slow? – The conclusion is that on modern server infrastructure with proper JVM settings we should not be worried about Refelction performance too much. Another conclusion is that going in the direction of direct bytecode manipulation such as CGLib FastMethod will not bring a tremendous difference in performance, but will add dependencies and complexity to your project
- Selenium Load Testing and Monitoring Webinar – Using Selenium to build test scripts does not have to be difficult with the right knowledge, techniques and methodology.
- InfoQ: What’s New in Spring Integration 2.0? – Mark Fisher and Oleg Zhurakousky present what’s new in Spring Integration 2: Sprint 3 features used, enterprise integration patterns, channel adapters, tooling support, and what lies beyond 2.0.
- dzone.com – Java in the cloud: Amazon joins the party – Amazon announced today its Elastic Beanstalk offering, essentially providing Java in the cloud. This is great news as it reinforces the message that the future of Java is in the cloud, not on premise.
- Home – Browserscope – Browserscope is a community-driven project for profiling web browsers. The goals are to foster innovation by tracking browser functionality and to be a resource for web developers
- Build an App with Ext GWT DataProxies – Sencha – Blog – This article has demonstrated the different types of Ext GWT DataProxies and stepped through example code for HttpProxy, RpcProxy, and ScriptTagProxy.
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