Daily del.icio.us for January 22nd through January 25th
- Prototype 126.96.36.199 cheat sheet – Juriy Zaytsev just released a brand-new Prototype 188.8.131.52 cheat sheet that is a great time-saver for development and also makes a nice wall poster
- Tech’s Bottom Line | Bill Snyder | InfoWorld | Move over, Red Hat. Open source ain’t what it used to be | January 24, 2008 03:00 AM | By Bill Snyder – The market will see a convergence of closed and open source software such that the terms will eventually become meaningless from a research perspective
- Massive Java Update Includes Security Fixes – Security Fix – Sun has released another update to its Java software that brings some 370 bug fixes, including a number of security updates.
- Ext JS Blog – » Ext 2.0.1 Released – The Ext team is happy to announce the release of version 2.0.1 of Ext JS. This is a maintenance release that fixes several issues with the 2.0 release
- An Introduction to OSGi on the Server Side – This article addresses the reasons OSGi has stepped into Java/SOA server-side initiatives, including its main benefits and constraints as Java vendors shift their SOA focus to OSGi.
- James Carr » Blog Archive » Making extJS More Accessible to Java Developers – I randomly came across ExtTLD this morning while sifting through my rss feeds, and I must say I am rather impressed.
- Ajax and XML: Ajax for forms – You can do so much with Ajax to enable HTML forms, and this article just scratches the surface. However, it should give you some ideas and practical examples of what you can do in your own applications with relatively easy modifications to your page code.
- ScalaTest 0.9 Released – Today I released a testing tool written in Scala, which can be used to test Scala/Java code. It is a tool for testing Scala code, but can also be used to get started programming in Scala, by writing tests in Scala for production code written in Java.
- Ext JS Blog – » Ext Growth and Server-Side Community Projects – An excellent barometer of a project?s growth and acceptance is the creation of community extensions that compliment the project. It?s demonstrative of how users are embracing Ext and in some cases, need to go past what the core framework provides