- Struts2 Tutorials – Several tutorials are available to help you get started with the framework, from all-purpose “soup to nuts” tutorials to specialty tutorials on portlets and database access.
- GnilronEye 1.1, system monitoring solution, released – GnilronEye 1.1, a java-based system monitoring solution, is now available for download. GnilronEye 1.1 introduces an advanced http-monitoring feature and a new report feature that include sgraphs of the monitored items.
- A CSS styled table version 2 | Veerle’s blog – In 2005 I wrote an article about styling a table with CSS. After receiving so many requests I finally decided to give in and write another tutorial.
- Scrollovers – A New Way of Linking – Scrollovers are a way to quickly and easily add flair to your web pages, giving your users an experience they weren’t expecting.
- Death by numbers – Los Angeles Times – We’re obssessed with plane crashes and bridge collapses, yet we pay little attention to the stuff that kills the rest of us.
- Sun set on server business? | Open Source | ZDNet.com – In all the hullaballoo over Sun?s agreement to support Solaris 10 on IBM hardware I have yet to read one obvious fact. This is part of Sun?s exit strategy from the server business.
- Tutorials – Using Java Persistence API Within a Visual Web Application – Using NetBeans IDE 6.0 and the Visual Web tools, you can write applications that connect to database tables using the Java Persistence API (JPA) in addition to the Visual Web data provider components.
- Enterprise Java Community: Manage test data for integration tests using Spring and DBunit – This article will look at configuring integration tests using Spring and DBUnit so that test data is inserted into the database before every test. This article also looks at a utility to export/import test data in the database using DBunit.
- How to Get the Best Performance Out of a Java Persistence Implementation : Enterprise Tech Tips – If you are switching over to the Java Persistence API, be aware of the numerous options and decisions you have to make to boost your application’s performance. From Cache size, Pools to modes of operation, Rahul Biswas takes you through the steps. (via Th
- Citrix makes bold virtualization move with XenSource acquisition, muddies waters with Microsoft | Dana Gardner’s BriefingsDirect | ZDNet.com – Citrix Systems Inc. today roared full throttle into the ever-expanding desktop virtualization arena, when it announced its intention to acquire XenSource, Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif. The news comes right on the heels of VMWare?s huge IPO pop.
Tag Archives: monitoring
Daily del.icio.us for Mar 09, 2007 through Mar 10, 2007
- Ajaxian – Compressed versions of Prototype – John-David Dalton has spent some time compressing Prototype in a couple of ways to keep your download time to a minimum.
- SDN Channel – Spotlight on Open Source – Did you know that Sun contributes more than $200 million per year of intellectual property to the open source movement, in dozens of open source projects? The company?s historical contribution tops $2 billion (Kudos to Sun)
- www.hungtang.com – Java and IDEA: deadly tandem – I have been doing Java development for about 6 years now. It?s amazing to think that I have stuck with it for this long but I strongly believe Intellij IDEA has a lot to do with my seemingly never-ending devotion. Simply put, this product rocks?just l
- FiveRuns – Web 2.0 Systems Management – FiveRuns makes monitoring, analyzing, reporting and predicting the behavior of critical business systems painless.
- A Roundup for “Developers, Developers, Developers…” – So, I decided to make a compilation of products that developers may find useful. There?s a little bit of everything in here – some are still in private beta, but still worth mentioning