- Ext JS – Ext 2.2 Released – We are pleased to announce the release of Ext 2.2, a fully backwards-compatible maintenance release of Ext. This is a recommended upgrade for all Ext 2.x users as it not only adds many new components and examples, but also provides a host of important bug
- InfoQ: FXStruts: Developing Flex-Friendly Struts Application – FxStruts is a free open source library that provides the same functionality as bean:write except that the output is in AMF or XML format. Simply point it to any plain Java object and you get Flex friendly AMF or XML output with ActionErrors and transactio
- Best enterprise open-source applications announced | The Open Road – The Business and Politics of Open Source by Matt Asay – CNET News.com – Infoworld does an annual review of the best enterprise open-source applications, called the BOSSies, and just announced the 2008 winners. An Infoworld editorial team makes the selections, so this isn't a matter of open-source projects rallying the troops
- My experience of coding a GWT webapp (~900 classes, ~20 GWT modules) – Google Web Toolkit | Google Groups – We put our GWT-based job site (http://www.careercommons.com) in production on Monday. This is a summary of my experience coding the whole thing in GWT. Not sure how useful this is for other people, but here it goes:
- Adam Bien’s Weblog : Useful Explanation: “iBATIS, Hibernate, and JPA: Which is right for you?”, Strange Conclusion – iBatis is the most powerful, but not that simple. It comes with highest amount of XML-configuration, which has to be maintained during the whole lifecycle
- Greg Luck’s WebLog: RESTful, resource-oriented caching now available in ehcache-server – I have just released ehcache-server-0.3, which includes a fully functional RESTful, resource-oriented implementation. The standalone-server has also been updated to 0.3.
- Coding Horror: Quantity Always Trumps Quality – When it comes to software, the same rule applies. If you aren't building, you aren't learning. Rather than agonizing over whether you're building the right thing, just build it. And if that one doesn't work, keep building until you get one that does.
- Alex Miller – Java 7 Prediction Update – I just realized due to a forum thread that it’s been about 7 months since I posted my Java 7 Predictions. So, it seems like a good time to update those predictions
- Neil Peart – Neil Peart’s Top 10-Plus Fills – One of the reasons Neil Peart is so popular with other drummers is his creativity and how he approaches his fills.
- Lightstreamer on Firefox 3 – In this video I will show the seamless behavior of the "engine migration mechanism". Then, I will increase the number of tabs concurrently displaying real-time data. I will stop at 10 tabs, due to the CPU consumption of the screen recording software.
- Toyota Announces Segway Killer: The Winglet Personal Transporter | Gadget Lab from Wired.com – Toyota has come up with a vertical, mechanized scooter or personal transporter, intended to help people move about in public areas. Called the Winglet because of its fleet nature, it is the first gadget to duplicate the navigation system of Segway
- Case Study: Performance Tuning a Web Shop (Part 1) | Architects Zone – We found the evidence by using tools, most importantly: JMeter for load testing, JAMon for performance monitoring and JARep for performance reporting. With JMeter we can simulate user behavior and put a realistic load on the system. The JMeter test should
- Raible Designs | [OSCON 2008] Web Frameworks of the Future: Flex, GWT, Grails and Rails – Below is the presentation I'm delivering at OSCON today. Unfortunately, I had to remove slides on GWT and Flex to fit w/in the 45 minute time limit.
- Linux News: Applications: With New Alfresco App, Enterprise Content Management Takes the OSS Road – Alfresco Software announced Thursday the availability of Alfresco Labs version 3, an open source alternative to Microsoft's enterprise content management
- SEC OKs websites and blogs for Reg. FD | IR Web Report – UNDER certain circumstances, companies can rely on their websites and blogs to meet the public disclosure requirements under Regulation FD, according to new guidance unanimously approved by the US Securities and Exchange Commission today
- zeromq: Fastest. Messaging. Ever. – Our mission with ØMQ ("ZeroMQ") is to build the fastest messaging ever. The way to get performance is to optimise the whole software and hardware stack together. So, we are developing ØMQ closely with major hardware firms
- iamdeepa on flex » Blog Archive » Where did the FlexBuilder Advanced Constraints UI go? – For Flex 3, the Advanced Constraints feature introduces the concept of ConstraintColumn and ConstraintRow objects that can be used to partition up absolute positioning containers. We broadened the constraint syntax to allow for controls to be constrained
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