Daily del.icio.us for January 18th

Daily del.icio.us for January 16th

  • antennae – Google Code – Antennae is an open-source project designed to automate the building and testing of Flex applications. It uses Ant and Java to provide cross platform utilities to compile Flex libraries, Flex applications, generate FlexUnit TestSuites, and run FlexUnit te
  • Sun acquires MySQL; Adds to its software stack | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com – One big question is what Sun does next to build out its stack of open source software and other applications covering middleware, storage and virtualization. Sun?s software lineup now includes Java, MySQL, OpenSolaris and GlassFish
  • ONLamp.com: Administering MySQL Using Flex – PHPMyAdmin rocks. Of that there can be no question. It’s easily one of the best PHP-based applications, because it trades the clunky command-line interface for MySQL administration for the web browser. But while it’s very powerful, it’s not very friendly
  • InfoQ: Java Persistence and EJB3 – This talk covers the key aspects of the Java Persistence API and its role in the development of EJB 3 app, including use of the EntityManager API, persistence units and persistence contexts, queries, object/relational mapping, and how the combination of E
  • InfoQ: Why Scala? – Scala is a modern multi-paradigm programming language designed to express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe way. It smoothly integrates features of object-oriented and functional languages.
  • Ian’s Blog » Scala: The best of both Ruby and Java – Nonetheless, for anyone yearning for the advantages of both Ruby and Java in one language, you should definitely take a look at Scala

Daily del.icio.us for January 3rd

Daily del.icio.us for for January 3rd:

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 25, 2007

  • James Duncan Davidson ? Remembering Java Naming Blunders Past – The value of a brand is created by the public that uses it, not by the company that owns it. Brands are funny things. They make us choose products out of a sense of comfort instead of an honest evaluation.
  • Raible Designs | Display Tag 1.1.1 Released – Display Tag version 1.1.1 has been released. This is a bug fix release
  • Java.net – Unified Expression Language for JSP and JSF – This article looks at the unified expression language (EL), which has been added to the JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL) specification in order to overcome problems when integrating the JavaServer Pages (JSP) EL with the JavaServer Faces EL.
  • Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: Summary of New Features in JSP 2.1 Technology – The expert groups have worked together on the upcoming releases of JSP 2.1 and JavaServer Faces 1.2 technologies in Java EE 5 to fix these integration issues and make sure that the two technologies work together seamlessly.
  • jmockit: Project Home Page – JMockit consists of a single class with a small set of static methods, which allow arbitrary methods and constructors of any other class to be replaced by mock implementations at runtime.
  • Mock Objects: Shortcomings and Use Cases – This article looks at Mock Objects, a testing technique from the XP community that offers a way to test our code in isolation by simulating those external dependencies. As with any other tool, we need to be careful and avoid overusing them.
  • Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : Eric Meyer’s CSS Sculptor – Eric Meyer’s CSS Sculptor, created in collaboration with WebAssist, makes it drop-dead easy to create standards-compliant, two- and three-column CSS layouts and includes 30 of the most common web page layouts, coded the way Eric Meyer would code them.
  • IT Efforts: Struts2 + Spring + JUnit – Hopefully this entry serves as some search engine friendly documentation on how one might unit test Struts 2 actions configured using Spring
  • InfoQ: The Secret Sauce of Highly Productive Software Development – This article stands as a reminder that the Agile approach already offers many learning practices and mechanisms ? are they all being used to best advantage, to serve your team and your business?
  • XFire Creator Joins MuleSource – Diephouse is the creator of XFire, the high performance open source SOAP framework. He joined MuleSource as the software architect focused on expanding Mule’s web services capabilities.
  • Introduction To iBatis – This tutorial will focus on using iBatis in a Java application and Abator, a code generation tool
  • Spring Web Services 1.0 Released | Springframework.org – After two years of development, we are pleased to announce that Spring Web Services 1.0 is now available. Spring Web Services is a product of the Spring community focused on the creation of document-driven, contract-first web services.

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 21, 2007 through Aug 25, 2007

  • James Duncan Davidson ? Remembering Java Naming Blunders Past – The value of a brand is created by the public that uses it, not by the company that owns it. Brands are funny things. They make us choose products out of a sense of comfort instead of an honest evaluation.
  • Raible Designs | Display Tag 1.1.1 Released – Display Tag version 1.1.1 has been released. This is a bug fix release
  • Java.net – Unified Expression Language for JSP and JSF – This article looks at the unified expression language (EL), which has been added to the JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL) specification in order to overcome problems when integrating the JavaServer Pages (JSP) EL with the JavaServer Faces EL.
  • Web Tier to Go With Java EE 5: Summary of New Features in JSP 2.1 Technology – The expert groups have worked together on the upcoming releases of JSP 2.1 and JavaServer Faces 1.2 technologies in Java EE 5 to fix these integration issues and make sure that the two technologies work together seamlessly.
  • jmockit: Project Home Page – JMockit consists of a single class with a small set of static methods, which allow arbitrary methods and constructors of any other class to be replaced by mock implementations at runtime.
  • Mock Objects: Shortcomings and Use Cases – This article looks at Mock Objects, a testing technique from the XP community that offers a way to test our code in isolation by simulating those external dependencies. As with any other tool, we need to be careful and avoid overusing them.
  • Jeffrey Zeldman Presents : Eric Meyer’s CSS Sculptor – Eric Meyer’s CSS Sculptor, created in collaboration with WebAssist, makes it drop-dead easy to create standards-compliant, two- and three-column CSS layouts and includes 30 of the most common web page layouts, coded the way Eric Meyer would code them.
  • IT Efforts: Struts2 + Spring + JUnit – Hopefully this entry serves as some search engine friendly documentation on how one might unit test Struts 2 actions configured using Spring
  • InfoQ: The Secret Sauce of Highly Productive Software Development – This article stands as a reminder that the Agile approach already offers many learning practices and mechanisms ? are they all being used to best advantage, to serve your team and your business?
  • XFire Creator Joins MuleSource – Diephouse is the creator of XFire, the high performance open source SOAP framework. He joined MuleSource as the software architect focused on expanding Mule’s web services capabilities.
  • Introduction To iBatis – This tutorial will focus on using iBatis in a Java application and Abator, a code generation tool
  • Spring Web Services 1.0 Released | Springframework.org – After two years of development, we are pleased to announce that Spring Web Services 1.0 is now available. Spring Web Services is a product of the Spring community focused on the creation of document-driven, contract-first web services.
  • 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.

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 16, 2007 through Aug 21, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for May 13, 2007 through May 17, 2007

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

Daily del.icio.us for Mar 19, 2007 through Mar 20, 2007

  • OpenLaszlo 4.0 Released | OpenLaszlo – OpenLaszlo 4.0 is the industry?s first and only RIA platform to support the development and delivery of applications in both Ajax and Flash®, all from a single code base
  • Only Ubuntu Linux: Upgrade Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) to Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) – Ubuntu 7.04 is the current development version of the Ubuntu operating system. It is to be released in April 19th 2007. We can Use Two methods to upgrade Ubuntu Edgy to Ubuntu Feisty 1) Using GUI 2) Using apt-get
  • Adobe Labs – Apollo – Apollo is the code name for a cross-operating system runtime being developed by Adobe that allows developers to leverage their existing web development skills (Flash, Flex, HTML, JavaScript, Ajax) to build and deploy rich Internet applications (RIAs) to t
  • Introducing the Java Pet Store 2.0 Application – Creating a Web 2.0 web application with Ajax, a technology that includes but is not limited to Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, for seamless data interaction is a complex undertaking
  • The Real Lesson of Flex – In addition to being a rich-client development toolkit that targets the Flash virtual machine, an interesting aspect of Flex is that it relies on code-generation to reduce the amount of code a developer has to write by hand

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.
  • jsjuicer – jsjuicer is a free tool for safely reducing the size of your JavaScript files. Reducing the size and number of the JavaScript files included in a web page will enable it to load faster
  • 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