- Flex.org – Flex for Java Developers – Flex.org has a new (new to me anyways) resource – Flex for Java Developers
- Sarbanes-Oxley Audit Rules To Ease; Bad For IT Spending; Good For Corporate Earnings – On Wednesday, the SEC approved new guidance for how to implement Section 404.
- Haus News – XStream 1.2.2 released – The XStream Development Team is proud to present XStream 1.2.1. XStream is a simple library to serialize objects to XML and back again.
- Ajaxian – ProtoPacked 2.13: Protoype + Script.aculo.us == 32kb – This updated pack includes compressed versions of Prototype: 1.4, 1.5, 1.5.1 and Scriptaculous: 1.7.1_beta2. There is also a ?Protoculous? option as well (Prototype and Scriptaculous combined)
- Ajaxian – Interface Elements for jQuery – Interface Elements is to jQuery, as Script.aculo.us is to Prototype.
- GPL author: Google must share code | InfoWorld | News | 2007-05-23 | By Robert McMillan, IDG News Service – Companies like Google that build their business on software such as Linux have a moral imperative to contribute back to the free software community, a prominent open-source advocate said Tuesday.
- reviewboard – Google Code – Review Board is a web-based tool designed to help projects and companies keep track of pending code changes and make code reviews much less painful and time-consuming
- Tabbed Navigation Using CSS – This tutorial will teach you how to create low-bandwidth tab navigation on a web page using CSS. As an extra bonus you’ll also learn how to switch tabs without loading the page more than once.
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Daily del.icio.us for Mar 17, 2007
- SXC – Simple XML Compiler – SXC (Simple XML Compiler) allows you to created optimized parsers and writers for XML. Through a declarative API you’re able to tell SXC what type of XML to expect and what actions to associate with it.
- On the Stre@m – Flex has become more accessible – The Flex module for Apache and IIS provides web-tier compilation of MXML and ActionScript files on Apache and IIS web servers.
- Assessing the Survivors of the Java IDE Wars – For enterprise development, I’d say IDEA wins out with its rich support for both J2EE and Java EE 5, followed closely by NetBeans (which also does an impressive job here), and last is Eclipse/MyEclipse (mostly due to their current lack of support for Java
- An XQuery Servlet for RESTful Data Services – This paper shows how to use XQuery for data integration, and how to expose an XQuery as a RESTful data service using a Java servlet