Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

External Contributor for Eclipse Portal Pack

I would like to welcome Sytze van Koningsveld who has become an active contributor to the Eclipse Portalpack project. I was tied up with a lot of projects that I am involved in, and was not getting enough time to work on the Eclipse Portalpack. Sytze has shown keen interest in working with the Eclipse Portal Pack and we will be working together to take things forward. So please welcome him aboard the project.

 A small bit of information about Sytze in his own words :


"Sytze van Koningsveld was born in the Netherlands and has an MSc. degree in physics, works for over 10 years as a software developer mainly using Java. His programming experience ranges from Linux, COM and Corba to MDA, Jini, Eclipse plugins to portal web development with Spring and Hibernate. His current employer is Royal Dutch KLM in the Netherlands. You can reach him at sytzevk [AT] netscape [DOT] net."


Monday Jul 02, 2007

New Portlet Action support in Eclipse Portal Pack

Eclipse Portal PackA new version of Eclipse Portal Pack is uploaded on the Eclipse Portalpack site.

To learn how to use this new version to easily add portlet action support to your portlet visit my blog.


New Version of Eclipse Portal Pack Uploaded

Eclipse Portal PackA new version of Eclipse Portal Pack is uploaded on the Eclipse Portalpack site. I have tried to add support in this version for handling actions in portlets easier. The plugin can be downloaded from the Documents and Files sections of the Eclipse Portalpack site.

View the announcement here and try it out. You can also read more about it and how to use this new version on my personal blog.

Friday Jun 08, 2007

Portal Pack For Eclipse

Eclipse logo Portalpack for Eclipse has been out on Java.Net for a while now. We have about 10 contributors to this project, a lot of them from outside Sun. There are a few things I would like seen implemented in the Eclipse Portalpack project and I have just added a new announcement here which talks about a few of those. In due course I will be adding more details on each of those, so visit the Eclipse Portalpack site for more information in the near future!

Tuesday May 01, 2007

Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 Source Available in the OpenPortal Community

OpenPortal  Sun announces the creation of the OpenPortal community which will focus on the development of standards-based enterprise-class portal technologies. You can access the OpenPortal community on java.net.

Sun recently contributed the Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 source into the OpenPortal community.  The source code is a read-only, non-buildable version that you can download from the OpenPortal Downloads page.  A buildable version of the source code will be available later this month, the Roadmap page has more details.

The Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 includes features such as

  • identity-based content delivery,
  • community framework (including wiki and blog),
  • plugins for portlet development in Eclipse and NetBeans,
  • and much more. 
Developers can now use, reproduce, modify, sublicense and redistribute the portal source code under the terms of the Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL).  You will also find several Developer Resources available on the OpenPortal Downloads page.

Moving forward, all Sun Java System Portal Server development, including buildable source and binaries, will be available in the OpenPortal community.

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