Links for March 26th through March 28th
- How much does your framework choice affect performance? The answer may surprise you. – How much does your framework choice affect performance? The answer may surprise you.
- GWT implementation of Appfuse with MVP, Activities, Places & EventBus – the design of the application follows many of gwt latest best practices: MVP pattern, Activities and Places, EventBus, Gin and Guice..
- Integrating GWT into AppFuse – I've been interested in integrating GWT into AppFuse ever since I blogged about it 4 years ago. After Evite, I had a gig near Boston where I developed with GXT for the remainder of the year. When all was said and done, I ended up spending a year with GWT and really enjoyed my experience.
- Sencha.io Support in Sencha Cmd – In this article, we will highlight the Sencha.io functionality available in Sencha Cmd by walking through the process of creating an application, deploying it to the cloud, and managing its settings.
- Apache Tajo – a Relational and Distributed Data Warehouse for Hadoop – Tajo is a relational and distributed data warehouse system for Hadoop. Tajo is designed for low-latency and scalable ad-hoc queries, online aggregation and ETL on large-data sets by leveraging advanced database techniques. It supports SQL standards.
- Springing Forward with Roo Add-ons – Ken Rimple shows how to write Spring Roo commands and features using the OSGi-based add-on API and how to extend the Roo shell using various Roo objects such as the FileManager and the ProjectManager.
- inessential.com: Why Developers Shouldn’t Use iCloud Syncing, Even If It Worked – Half the mobile revolution is about designing and building apps for smartphones and tablets. The other half is about writing the web services that power those apps. How comfortable are you with outsourcing half your app to another company? The answer should be: not at all comfortable.
- Everything about Java 8 – The following post is a comprehensive summary of the developer-facing changes coming in Java 8. This next iteration of the JDK is currently scheduled for general availability in September 2013.
- Paypal To Drop VMware From 80,000 Servers and Replace It With OpenStack – Forbes – Boris Renski, co-founder of Mirantis, an OpenStack consultancy as well as OpenStack Foundation board member recently told Business Insider that PayPal is in the midst of replacing VMware on about 10,000 computer servers. Those servers will go live this sum
- New Amazon CloudHSM service vows enterprise-grade security – CloudHSM could make regulation-constrained companies and agencies more comfortable entrusting workloads to the Amazon Web Services public cloud.
- Dashing – The exceptionally handsome dashboard framework. – Dashing is a Sinatra based framework that lets you build beautiful dashboards.
- Bringing new life to Spring Travel with Thymeleaf – By using Thymeleaf we are pushing the view layer back to the HTML side where it belongs, allowing us to use our templates more actively for customer validation and allowing our designers to easily update them without ever losing the information needed to process them dynamically at runtime.