The HTML5 Scorecard: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly in iOS 7 – We’ve been testing the final release of iOS 7 over the last few days against our usual battery of HTML5 tests. Normally we’re effusive about new releases of iOS to the point of fanboy-dom, but this time, and for the first time ever, we’re disappointed in t
Red Hat brings JBoss middleware to PaaS cloud | ZDNet – The next phase of Red Hat's PaaS strategy focuses on the delivery of key additional Red Hat JBoss Middleware technologies in the cloud as services powered by OpenShift. This will include new integration capabilities, business process management (BPM), and mobile push notifications
AngularJS is amazing… and hard as hell – It's ok if you don't really understand AngularJS all at once. Getting started with the software is completely different that actually using for real applications. It just really takes time, more than you think it will to really get AngularJS.
The Second Coming of Java: Clinton-Era Relic Returns to Rule Web – In the summer of 2011, Bob Lee — the chief technology officer at Square and a former engineer at Google — announced at a prominent software conference that the web was “on the cusp of a Java renaissance.” Two years later, this renaissance is upon us. Like Twitter, many other companies have realized that Java is particularly well suited to building web services that can stand up to the massive amounts of traffic streaming across the modern internet.
Why I Hacked Apple’s TouchID, And Still Think It Is Awesome – Despite being hacked, TouchID is an exciting step forwards for smartphone security and I stand by our earlier blog on fingerprint security. Hacking TouchID gave me respect for its design and some ideas about how we can make it strong moving forward. I hope
Analyze Exceptions with Pleasure! IDEA ROCK!! – In IntelliJ IDEA we try to make analysis of a stack trace more convenient for developers. As you might know, IntelliJ IDEA has Exception Analyzer, which helps you analyze a stack trace.
Cassandra Storage Engine for MariaDB – MariaDB has announced a preview of the Cassandra Storage Engine. This is a plugin that allows MariaDB to access Cassandra clusters using normal SQL syntax.
RESTful Java Evolves – Bill Burke discusses using REST from Java, overviewing JAX-RS 1.1 and detailing some of the new features coming in JAX-RS 2.0 – Async HTTP, Filters/Interceptors, Client framework-.
Deploying Java Web Application on Jelastic | Tomasz Dziurko – So to sum up, service looks very interesting and if you consider using external service provider to deploy, scale and tune your production environment, Jelastic is one of the best choices currently available. Its options to quickly and easily configure load balancing and other parameters and hardware that is required when your application suddenly becomes very popular are a life-saver.
Batoo JPA – Introducing the fastest JPA implementation – Batoo is proud to announce the fastest JPA implementation on the face of the earth – Batoo JPA Cheetah. It is a drop in replacement for other JPA Implementations, 100% Spec complaint and fast! To start running your JPA stack 10 – 20 times faster try Batoo JPA now!
Building a Web API Platform with Open Source oAuth 2.0, REST, and N… – This session teaches you how to create your API platform based on oAuth 2.0, REST, and NoSQL technologies by using open source stacks, including Apache projects such as Tomcat, Tuscany, Wink, Amber, and HTTP clients together with NoSQL solutions such as MongoDB and Redis. From real-world experience, you’ll learn the key components and techniques for creating a robust and scalable Web API server.
How To Use IndexedDB – Simple(st) Example | Ido’s Blog – Here I will try to give you a short example that will run nicly both on IE10, Firefox (that match the spec) and Chrome (which need to tune a bit the setVersion update to call onupgrade). IE10 will support IndexedDB as well – so it’s great news to web developers in terms of ‘wild’ support for this important API in browsers. I wish we will see soon Safari (specially, on the mobile) match Chrome for android and give us the ability to leverage indexedDB both on Android and iOS.
Programmer Time Translation Table | Passion for Coding – He had learned the hard way that programmers are bad at estimating times. To get a more precise conversion, I’ve created a translation table for programmers’ time estimations, trying to narrow down where things go wrong
Introducing WireMock – an HTTP service stubbing library – WireMock is a tool that allows HTTP exchanges to be stubbed and verified. It does this by creating an actual HTTP endpoint, rather than by stubbing or mocking the HTTP client class. It can be used directly from within JUnit (or your weapon of choice), run as a standalone process or deployed into a container with the aim of covering off a wide range of testing scenarios.
Solving the Two Week Problem by Developing in the Cloud | OpenShift by Red Hat – We didn’t create a cloud-based IDE because it was novel. We did it because the consistency of the development experience is orders of magnitude better than current options. It’s only getting better from here. With our enterprise-class foundation in OpenShift, the Cloud9 platform is setting the stage for the future of development. Start your next application today at c9.io.
6 things I do to be consistently happy – One of the most important things I’ve learned during this time is that I perform the best when I’m happy. It really does change everything. If I’m happy then I’m more productive when hacking code, I’m better at answering support, and I find it easier to stay focused.
Sonatype Blog » Wait… you don’t have a repository manager? – If you develop Java-based or .NET-based software and you don’t use a repository manager you might as well just wear a shirt emblazoned with the words: "Doing it wrong and proud of it". Here are some very basic reasons why you shouldn’t just accept the fact that your group doesn’t want to use a repository manager:
Is Kanban the New Scrum? – Kanban focuses on limited WIP and suggests a short cycle time. Having regular cadences is recommended. Scrum focuses on short, regular cadences and suggests limited WIP. If you're doing them well, both paths lead to the same place.
Welcome to OpenStack – An Introduction – OpenStack is an open source platform for building massively scalable cloud operating systems and can be used to power both public and private clouds. Diablo is the latest stable release of OpenStack.
Puppet Labs and EMC open source next-generation provisioning tool: Razor – Puppet Labs and EMC announced last month the availability of Razor, an open source cloud-provisioning tool that allows automated provisioning and inventory of bare metal machines as well as virtual machines based on user-defined tagging rules. The tool currently deploys as a Puppet module and is licensed under Apache 2.0.