Sunday May 25, 2008
Thursday May 01, 2008
By pelegri on May 01, 2008
Wednesday Oct 25, 2006
By pelegri on Oct 25, 2006
Did you know that there is a TCL interpreter in Sun's Web Server 7.0? And it is put to good use, as shown by True Blue in this collection of detailed blog entries on WADM, starting with why TCL was chosen (this was way before jRuby came into focus at Sun), going through parts II (global variables), III (ACL), IV (log analyzer), V (access to Java objects), VI (parsing httpd.config), VII (faking a file system), and the last - so far - VIII (extensions).
I could not find a concise quote for the Monty Python eurojoke, but here is one set of fly-in-the-soup jokes.
Tuesday Jul 18, 2006
By pelegri on Jul 18, 2006
Here are three blogs by Sameer, Geertjan and Cay in the area of Web Services on downloaded rich clients.
In the first blog, Sameer describes how to Use JAX-WS from within an Applet; then Geertjan elaborates on it using NetBeans in his entry on JAX-WS, Applets and Dilbert (that is why there is a Dilbert Cartoon in the image). Sameer then describes how to convert this into a Java Web Start application with a simple JNLP Configuration.
The area where things get more complicated is around signing the JARs (documentation); Cay's most recent blog Raises Usability Questions; also see the comments to that blog and those for Stan's Blog. Let me see if I can get Tim and Vince involved in this thread; they have been Posting on Java Web Start for a number of months.
BTW, check the Dilbert entry from This Sunday. I think most of us will appreciate it... :-) :-).
Monday Feb 27, 2006
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Wednesday Feb 01, 2006
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Monday Jan 16, 2006
By pelegri on Jan 16, 2006
Kazem has a whole collection on bugs, including nightmare of complexity bug, the tragedy of bugglet, reincarnating bug, forget Java, bugus ancestrus, the integrity of a bug, trusting a bug, young bug, and more...
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