Links for July 28th through August 1st

Links for June 17th through June 20th

Daily del.icio.us for February 8th through February 14th

  • Compare JavaScript frameworks – In this article, you will discover how JavaScript frameworks make it easier and faster to create highly interactive and responsive Web sites and Web applications
  • Technobabble » Spring MVC 3.0 and JSR 303 (aka javax.validation.*) – The new annotated validation spec (jsr 303) is pretty slick, especially when used along side Spring MVC 3.0, and when backed by ejb3 entities. I’m pretty impressed with how easily it integrates with Spring MVC’s framework, and with how seamlessly error messages are passed to the form taglibs so they show up in your web forms.
  • Google Code Blog: Announcing Google Chart Tools – Whether you need a simple line chart, an interactive Geo Map or a complex Motion Chart , Google can help you add live charts to your web page using our Chart and Visualization APIs. Both of these APIs are free and simple to use, however they each have distinct advantages
  • Ajax Simplifications in Spring 3.0 | SpringSource Team Blog – Spring 3 provides first-class Ajax support with JSON as part of the Spring MVC module. This includes support for generating JSON responses and binding JSON requests using the Spring MVC @Controller programming model in conjunction with the Jackson JSON processor.
  • Tomcat in the Cloud – Cloudcat | MuleSoft – MuleSoft has announced Cloudcat, a pre-configured Apache Tomcat image with MySQL on Linux, available from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and GoGrid.
  • Startup links VMware with Amazon to create secure cloud storage | Cloud Computing – InfoWorld – A storage startup called Nasuni is unveiling a virtual NAS file server that runs on VMware and connects customers to cloud platforms such as Amazon's Simple Storage Service, adding encryption to enhance security and several features to improve performance
  • Amazon Web Services Blog: New Feature: Amazon S3 now supports Object Versioning – We've added beta support for Versioning across all Amazon S3 Regions. Versioning provides an additional layer of protection for your S3 objects. You can easily recover from unintended user errors or application failures. You can also use Versioning for data retention and archiving
  • InfoQ: Getting Started with Grails, Second Edition – "Getting Started with Grails" brings you up to speed on this modern web framework. Companies as varied as LinkedIn, Wired, Tropicana, and Taco Bell are all using Grails. Are you ready to get started as well?
  • edspencer’s Ext.ux.Exporter at master – GitHub – Exporter is a generic export class which takes any Ext.data.Store-based component (e.g. grids and similar) and exports the data in any format.

    Exporter works completely client-side. It uses a Formatter class to generate a document (.xls, .csv etc) and then redirects the user’s browser to a data url so that they can view or download it.

  • ExtJS: How to Export DataGrid to Excel | Loiane Groner – This tutorial will walk through how to export data from ExtJS DataGrid directly to Excel.

Daily del.icio.us for June 3rd through June 4th

Daily del.icio.us for April 3rd through April 7th

  • Sun’s Six Biggest Mistakes – Forbes.com – In the interest of exploring Sun's value to history students, if not its shareholders, we asked analysts and industry watchers where Sun went wrong.
  • Protovis – A graphical toolkit for visualization – Protovis is a visualization toolkit for JavaScript using the canvas element. It takes a graphical approach to data visualization, composing custom views of data with simple graphical primitives like bars and dots.
  • SitePen Blog » Stocker: Advanced Dojo Made Easy – SitePen is excited to announce Stocker, which demonstrates some of the more advanced capabilities of Dojo, including the newly released DataChart, the DataGrid, Data Store, Comet, Persevere, and BorderContainer.
  • Why baseball benched Microsoft Silverlight | Digital Media – CNET News – The thwacking sounds of bats striking balls will once again fill stadiums, as Monday is opening day for Major League Baseball. This year, Microsoft will watch from the sidelines.

    MLB.com no longer uses Microsoft's Silverlight to stream games to its 500,000 subscribers. This season fans will watch live and on-demand video via Adobe's Flash player.

  • Internal cloud’s big test: Amazon vs. Cloudera | The Wisdom of Clouds – CNET News – The announcement on Thursday of Amazon's new Hadoop-based Elastic MapReduce service, combined with the introduction of a commercial Hadoop distribution from start-up Cloudera, means that we finally have a reasonable means of watching which directions enterprise IT prefers.
  • I.B.M. Withdraws $7 Billion Offer for Sun Microsystems – NYTimes.com – After weeks of negotiations, I.B.M. withdrew its $7 billion bid for Sun Microsystems on Sunday, one day after Sun’s board balked at a reduced offer, according to three people close to the talks.
  • Digital Domain – Web-Based Competition for Microsoft Word – NYTimes.com – The best online word processor, however, may be the one from a tiny company, Zoho, a nimble innovator. Zoho Writer is running close enough to Word to imagine that it and other online word processors will be able to do most everything that Word can do, and more.
  • Outside the Box() » Ext Core vs. JQuery – Both Ext Core and JQuery are solid, complete base JavaScript libraries. JQuery leans towards simplicity while Ext Core offers enhanced configuration. The choice of which to use will come down to where you are now.
  • Ext JS – Ext Core 3.0 Beta Released – the Ext Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Ext Core 3.0 beta for download. Ext Core provides a cross-browser consistent API for performing the most common tasks in JavaScript development for web pages. Ext Core is released under a permissive MIT license – there is no cost to use Ext Core – it's free for everyone.
  • SaveIE6: Help us save the best browser around – These days we are inundated with bloated web browsers that overcomplicate our lives. However, there is one eminent exception: IE6. It has been around since 2001 and is still one of the most powerful and versatile browsers available.

Daily del.icio.us for March 14th through March 19th

Daily del.icio.us for August 20th through August 26th

Daily del.icio.us for Dec 08, 2007 through Dec 09, 2007

  • » Microsoft creates GWT clone | Ed Burnette?s Dev Connection | ZDNet.com – If Volta had been released two years ago it would have been revolutionary. At this point, though, Microsoft is playing catch-up with Google and Adobe. Volta also sends a confusing message to .NET developers targeting the browser
  • Amazon EC2 plugin for IntelliJ IDEA – This plugin allow developers to have complete control over their Amazon EC2 infrastructure. Available from IntelliJ IDEA official plugin repository
  • Home | Email Standards Project – The Email Standards Project works with email client developers and the design community to improve web standards support and accessibility in email. Our goal is to help designers understand why web standards are so important for email
  • Alagad: Data Warehousing Part 2 Dimensional Modeling – Dimensional modeling is a somewhat abstract principle and one that is very requirement specific; needing to be created for specific business-organizational user needs.
  • Spring Web Services 1.5.0 M1 released | Springframework.org – I’m pleased to announce that Spring Web Services 1.5.0 M1 has been released and includes support for WS-Addressing, WS-Security for the client-side and Java 1.4, @Endpoint component scanning, and more.
  • The 53 Places to Go in 2008 – New York Times – What?s on your travel itinerary in the new year? From a new luxury hotel in Laos (where you can take in the view of ancient temples from a chaise lounge by the infinity pool) to the waterfront night clubs of Hvar
  • Riding Rails: Rails 2.0: It’s done! – Rails 2.0 is finally finished after about a year in the making. This is a fantastic release that?s absolutely stuffed with great new features, loads of fixes. We?ve even taken a fair bit of cruft out to make the whole package more coherent and lean
  • PayPal Says Linux Grid Can Replace Mainframes — Linux — InformationWeek – A Linux grid is the power behind the payment system at PayPal
  • Ajax View: Remotely Monitoring Web 2.0 Applications – The Ajax View approach is to insert a server-side proxy in-between the web servers and the end-user’s browser. This proxy captures the web apps JavaScript code as it is being sent to a browser and rewrites the code to insert extra instrumentation code
  • Developer’s Guide – Google Chart API – Google Code – The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts. It returns a PNG-format image in response to a URL. Several types of image can be generated: line, bar, and pie charts. For each image type you can specify attributes such as size, colors, labels

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

  • The 53 Places to Go in 2008 – New York Times – What?s on your travel itinerary in the new year? From a new luxury hotel in Laos (where you can take in the view of ancient temples from a chaise lounge by the infinity pool) to the waterfront night clubs of Hvar
  • Riding Rails: Rails 2.0: It’s done! – Rails 2.0 is finally finished after about a year in the making. This is a fantastic release that?s absolutely stuffed with great new features, loads of fixes. We?ve even taken a fair bit of cruft out to make the whole package more coherent and lean
  • PayPal Says Linux Grid Can Replace Mainframes — Linux — InformationWeek – A Linux grid is the power behind the payment system at PayPal
  • Ajax View: Remotely Monitoring Web 2.0 Applications – The Ajax View approach is to insert a server-side proxy in-between the web servers and the end-user’s browser. This proxy captures the web apps JavaScript code as it is being sent to a browser and rewrites the code to insert extra instrumentation code
  • Developer’s Guide – Google Chart API – Google Code – The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts. It returns a PNG-format image in response to a URL. Several types of image can be generated: line, bar, and pie charts. For each image type you can specify attributes such as size, colors, labels
  • PayPal Says Linux Grid Can Replace Mainframes — Linux — InformationWeek – A Linux grid is the power behind the payment system at PayPal
  • Ajax View: Remotely Monitoring Web 2.0 Applications – The Ajax View approach is to insert a server-side proxy in-between the web servers and the end-user’s browser. This proxy captures the web apps JavaScript code as it is being sent to a browser and rewrites the code to insert extra instrumentation code
  • Developer’s Guide – Google Chart API – Google Code – The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts. It returns a PNG-format image in response to a URL. Several types of image can be generated: line, bar, and pie charts. For each image type you can specify attributes such as size, colors, labels
  • Roller: free and open source Java blog software – Apache Roller 4.0 has been released and is now available for download. This is a major new Roller release which includes easier blog theme customization, a much more simple installation/upgrade process, infrastructure improvements and other small fixes.
  • infinitest – Google Code – Infinitest is a continuous JUnit test runner designed to facilitate Test Driven Development. Infinitest helps you learn TDD by providing feedback as you work, and helps you master TDD by reducing your feedback cycle from minutes to mere seconds