Daily del.icio.us for February 6th through February 7th

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 27, 2007 through Sep 01, 2007

  • Programming Resources, News and Ideas: Red Hat Developer Studio – Introduction – The beta version of Red hat Developer Studio has been released recently. RHDS is a based on eclipse with set of pre-configured tools from JBoss IDE and Exadel Studio. RHDS gives us out of box and 100% open source platform for enterprise-level….
  • Ajaxian Featured Tutorial: Building a Flex DataGrid – This week, we?ve got a nice one for all of you Adobe Flex aficionados. The boys over at Paranoid Ferret Productions have a good introduction on how to build one of the most useful of components, a DataGrid, Flex-style.
  • Eulerian Technologies – DatePicker using Prototype and Scriptaculous – DatePicker using Prototype and Scriptaculous. You’ll find here the code and instructions for a datepicker widget using Prototype and Scriptaculous librairies.
  • Apache News Online: 24 August 2007 – Apache FOP 0.94 Released – The Apache XML Graphics team is pleased to announce the release of Apache FOP version 0.94. FOP (Formatting Objects Processor) is a print formatter driven by XSL Formatting Objects [1] and an output independent formatter.
  • Apache News Online: 29 August 2007 – Apache OpenJPA 1.0.0 Released – The Apache OpenJPA community is pleased to announce the release of Apache OpenJPA version 1.0.0. Apache OpenJPA is a feature-rich implementation of the persistence part of Enterprise Java Beans 3.0, also known as the Java Persistence API (JPA)
  • 10 Candidates for Extreme Makeover, Ticker-Edition « GigaOM – Sun Microsystems is changing its ticker symbol from SUNW to JAVA in order to better reflect the company?s role in new network infrastructure. Here?s 10 companies that we think could use an extreme ticker makeover.
  • Google Web Toolkit Blog: GWT 1.4 release and out of beta – It’s a really big day for Google Web Toolkit: GWT 1.4 is now available — and, with more than a million downloads under our belt, GWT is no longer in beta!
  • InfoQ: Availability & Consistency – When we move to distributed architectures for scalability, fault-tolerance reasons we are also introducing additional complexities. Amazon CTO Werner Vogels dives into the different parameters that play in the tension between availability and consistency
  • InfoQ: Patrick Linskey discusses OpenJPA and the JPA specification – At The Spring Experience conference, InfoQ caught up with Patrick Linskey of BEA to discuss the current status of the Apache OpenJPA project. Linskey explains where OpenJPA came from, how it fits into the OR Mapping space, the features it provides
  • Ajax programming with Struts 2 – Java World – In this article, Oleg Mikheev shows you how to use Struts 2, Dojo and JSON to display data in an Ajax-style table. In the process, he introduces some Ajax-friendly features of Struts 2, including its integration with WebWork, Guice & the Dojo toolkit.
  • JLINQ: IBM’s new paradigm for writing Java database applications – The project code named Java Language Integrated Query (JLINQ) gives database application developers an easy, GUI-based means to significantly increase productivity in both the design and implementation phases
  • start – MUScoop Wiki – The primary purpose of this Wiki is to archive Marquette sports information and history. In time, this wiki will become the one-stop-shopping repository for records, player statistics and biographies and team results for all MU sports teams.

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 04, 2007 through Aug 09, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for May 28, 2007 through May 29, 2007

  • InfoQ: Presentation: Using Google GWT – At JavaZone, GWT lead Bruce Johnson intro’d GWT including high-performance AJAX, internationalization, and integration with existing web apps. The presentor Bruce Johnson is works at Google as Tech Lead of the Google Web Toolkit (GWT).
  • LINA – open source everywhere – With LINA, a single executable written and compiled for Linux can be run with native look and feel on Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX operating systems.
  • JSF Central – Your JavaServer Faces Community – JBoss: The JavaServer Faces Powerhouse? – JBoss has proven itself a force in the J2EE application server market. Now, with Seam and the acquisition of some exciting new products, JBoss is jockeying for control of the JavaServer Faces market.
  • Slashdot | 8 Reasons Not To Use MySQL (And 5 To Adopt It) – CIO.com asked two open-source experts to enumerate the reasons to choose MySQL and to pick something else. Tina Gasperson takes the 5 reasons to use MySQL side, and Brent Toderash discusses 8 reasons not to.
  • dev2dev: Effective Java Exceptions – Although the Java exception model has generated spirited discussion during its lifetime, it provides excellent value when it is applied correctly. Using the Java exception model properly will keep your application simple, maintainable, and correct.
  • Neal Gafter’s blog: Removing Language Features? – I believe Java could be simplified by treating all exception types as unchecked without breaking existing code. This could also result in a simplification of future language extensions and APIs. But would the language be better off w/o checked exceptions?

Daily del.icio.us for May 26, 2007 through May 28, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Apr 06, 2007

  • Introduction to Spring 2 and JPA – This tutorial aims to guide you through the use and application of the Spring 2 framework in the shortest possible time using a pure and simple learn-by-coding approach. You will build a Web application from scratch, step-by-step, assisted by the Spring 2
  • An In-Depth Look at OpenJPA – Open JPA is a fully compliant, enterprise grade open-source JPA implementation suitable for production use. In this session, you will see how OpenJPA goes beyond the specification to include important features including caching, dynamic fetch group config
  • Security for GWT Applications – Google Web Toolkit | Google Groups – This article is a primer on JavaScript attacks, intended for GWT developers. The first portion describes the major classes of attacks against JavaScript in general terms that are applicable to any AJAX framework.
  • Ryan Stewart – Rich Internet Application Mountaineer » Building a Word Processor – Ajax vs. Flash – The Virtual Ubiquity blog has become one of my favorites. They?re doing a great job talking about the development process and it?s one of the best looks at the creation of a Rich Internet Application that I?ve seen.
  • Apache MINA (Multipurpose Infrastructure for Network Applications) – Apache MINA (Multipurpose Infrastructure for Network Applications) is a network application framework which helps users develop high performance and high scalability network applications easily
  • Freebase : Open, shared database of knowledge – Free + Database = Freebase. It’s about film, sports, politics, music, science and everything else all connected together. The goal is to build a massive, collaboratively-edited database of cross-linked data
  • Python as a First Language – What is important in the first courses in introductory computer science is giving them the best possible foundation of core principles and techniques that will allow them to adopt and adapt to the various languages they will confront in the real world.’

Daily del.icio.us for Sep 02, 2006