Daily del.icio.us for March 22nd through March 26th

Daily del.icio.us for June 8th through June 9th

  • InfoQ: ActionScript 3 Site Framework – Fosfr – There are many different approaches to develop RIA based web sites. Flash sites are particular appealing to businesses or individuals involving in rich media contents. Fosfr is an ActionScript 3 site framework that is developed to build full Flash site. InfoQ interviewed Fosfr creator, Jeff DePascale, to learn more about the insights
  • Video: Google Web Toolkit: An Introduction by TheServerSide.com – This session teaches you the basics of Google Web Toolkit, How to implement Ajax-enabled applications in Java, Internationalization, Hooking into the browser history mechanism, Remote procedure calls.
  • InfoQ: REST is a style — WOA is the architecture. – Dion Hinchcliffe recently offered two related articles that explore relationships between Web Oriented Architecture (WOA) and other technologies. The first deals with WOA and REST; the second looks at WOA and SOA. The main point of the first article: REST is a style and WOA is the architecture. The second article argues that WOA is really a highly complimentary sub-style of SOA and explores the implications of this simple observation.
  • JavaFX squares off against AJAX | Developer World – InfoWorld – In a mock debate focused on the rich Internet application development realm, AJAX was pitted against Sun Microsystems' JavaFX Friday, with proponents for both technologies pointing up their entrant's high points and the low points of their rival.
  • Google Translator Toolkit – Google Translator Toolkit is a new service that lets you translate documents by editing the translations automatically generated by Google. "Google Translator Toolkit allows human translators to work faster and more accurately, aided by technologies like Google Translate."
  • The Joy of Less – Happy Days Blog – NYTimes.com – If you’re the kind of person who prefers freedom to security, who feels more comfortable in a small room than a large one and who finds that happiness comes from matching your wants to your needs, then running to stand still isn’t where your joy lies.
  • Stephen Colbert Takes His Show on the Road to Baghdad – NYTimes.com – It was Sunday night in Baghdad, and President Obama was ordering Gen. Ray Odierno, the commander of the American troops here, to shave Stephen Colbert’s head
  • Gizmodo – iPhone 3GS Complete Feature Guide – apple iphone 3gs – The iPhone 3GS has a new processor built-in. Apple claims that it is up to two times faster than the previous generation: Launching messages is 2.1 faster, load the NY Times in Safari: 2.9 times faster. It also consumes less, which has an impact on the improved battery life.
  • Apple – Mac OS X Snow Leopard – Enhancements and Refinements – Mac OS X Snow Leopard includes refinements, both big and small, to
    a wide range of applications, processes, and interface elements.
  • Study Highlights SOA Herd Mentality — Application Development Trends – Gartner suggests that SOA adopters start small, identifying specific business benefits and focusing, as part of an iterative effort, on achieving them.

Daily del.icio.us for March 20th through March 24th

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Daily del.icio.us for May 12th through May 16th

Daily del.icio.us for May 8th through May 12th

Daily del.icio.us for May 4th through May 7th

  • People Over Process » A Roadmap for JavaFX – Adobe’s Beat Them By a Week, But So What? – JavaOne 2008 – The fact that Adobe, Microsoft, Sun, and others are all racing towards the same end should be encouraging, not frustrating. Getting preempted by a week with, basically, the same sort of announcement is meaningless in the grand scheme of things
  • JavaFX’s day in the Sun | The Universal Desktop | ZDNet.com – JavaFX has a LONG way to go especially when you look at Adobe’s RIA strengths and Microsoft’s very enthusiastic entry into the space. But I think JavaFX will be a breath of fresh air for people and will help in expanding the RIA footprint further
  • Java platform to get modularity, OSGi support | InfoWorld | News | 2008-05-07 | By Paul Krill – Upcoming versions of the Java platform will be fitted with capabilities such as flexibility, OSGi support, and modularity, Sun Microsystems officials said Tuesday afternoon at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.
  • Dell Expands Virtualization Offerings – Dell is adding to its virtualization portfolio by embedding Citrix XenServer into its hardware and expanding its services for customers investing in the technology.
  • Andy Kessler: WSJ: The War for the Web – The continuing battle between Microsoft and Google will mean fierce competition – adding features, building data centers, cutting deals and spending money on speed and customer convenience
  • Archiva – The Build Artifact Repository Manager – Apache Archiva is an extensible repository management software that helps taking care of your own personal or enterprise-wide build artifact repository. It is the perfect companion for build tools such as Maven, Continuum, and ANT.
  • JavaOne 2008: Day One (So Far) – JavaOne 2008 Day One has started, of course, and it's an interesting show, with a lot of undercurrents about JavaFX (as expected) and multimedia – and mobile applications. There's a lot more, of course, and this thread is meant for people to add comments
  • The day the music died [dive into mark] – This is a letter I sent to my father to explain what it means that Microsoft is pulling support for MSN Music. Tech issues like this often bubble up into the media that he reads, but they are rarely explained well. My father assumes I have an opinion on s
  • Amazon Now Serving OpenSolaris on EC2 – GigaOM – Sun’s OpenSolaris OS will be available on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) customers for free. It is in beta for now. Sun will provide premium technical support for MySQL database running on Linux and Amazon EC2.
  • Julien Lecomte’s Blog » JavaScript: The Good Parts – In JavaScript: The Good Parts, Douglas extensively describes that good subset of the JavaScript language, occasionally warning to avoid the bad. I consider Douglas’ book a must-buy for anybody who’s serious about developing professional apps for the w

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 09, 2007 through Aug 11, 2007

  • LiMo Foundation: Welcome – Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics, and Vodafone established the LiMo Foundation to develop the Foundation Platform, a Linux-based, open mobile communication device software platform
  • Erlang, the next Java – Erlang is going to be a very important language. It could be the next Java. Its main problem is that there is no big company behind it
  • Judge Says Unix Copyrights Rightfully Belong to Novell – New York Times – In a decision that may finally settle one of the most bitter legal battles surrounding software widely used in corporate data centers, a federal judge ruled Friday afternoon that Novell, and not SCO, is the rightful owner of the copyrights for Unix OS.
  • NIST endorses Microsoft’s Open XML in upcoming vote | Tech news blog – CNET News.com – The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is backing Microsoft’s effort to certify Office Open XML as an international standard.
  • How well do you know prototype? – Here, I’ve collected most common use cases that do NOT use all of prototype’s capabilities and their simple solutions. I hope this will be a basic checklist to go through when developing for your next project
  • Learning JavaFX Script, Part 1: An Introduction to JavaFX Script for Java Programmers – The JavaFX Script programming language (hereinafter referred to as JavaFX) is a declarative, statically typed scripting language from Sun. Because JavaFX Script is statically typed, it also has the same code structuring, reuse, and encapsulation features
  • Real Web 2.0: Quick and dirty Web applications with bookmarklets – Bookmarklets are an important part of the Web 2.0 landscape, and they exemplify the qualities of Web 2.0 technology I tend to focus on in this column: transparency and openness.
  • WebLogic Server Virtual Edition Launcher Appliance – WLS-VE is a combination of a Java application server (WebLogic Server) with a Java Virtual Machine that works with hypervisor software and provides only the set of operating system features that WebLogic Server needs to offer its full range of services.
  • Arvind Jain’s Blog: WebLogic Server Virtual Edition (WLS-VE) goes GA – With a single command, WLS instances can quickly be deployed onto VMware ESX-enabled resource pools, fully integrated and tuned to run within their own dedicated virtual machines… all without any 3rd party operating systems.
  • yav – Javascript form validation tool – Yav is a SIMPLE, POWERFUL and CUSTOMIZABLE javascript-based form validation tool.
  • New elements in HTML 5 – HTML 5 introduces new elements to HTML for the first time since the last millennium. New structural elements include aside, figure, and section. New inline elements include time, meter, and progress. New embedding elements include video and audio.
  • Download Query Express – Query Express is a simple Query Analyzer look-alike, but being small and free it can be run where the SQL Server client tools are not installed or licensed. This makes it especially useful as a query tool for MSDE and SQL Express. It also connects to Orac

Daily del.icio.us for May 09, 2007 through May 11, 2007