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Davor Cengija

Davor Cengija is an IT consultant for CROZ d.o.o., a Zagreb, Croatia based company specialized in development and business integration tasks. In his spare time, he develops charity-ware software ("donate to charity if you like it"), does photography and runs a satirical website. He is also the author of struts-wml taglib and active developer in several other open source projects.

 

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It's 2006 and HTML coding is still needed

Posted by dcengija on April 18, 2006 at 10:10 AM PDT

As I started blogging more frequently than once a year :-) I quickly realized how cumbersome this activity is. Take weblogs.java.net and its Movable Type publishing platform as an example: basically you have to type HTML syntax, and while pasting e.g.

Configuring Ivy to fetch Luntbuild artifacts

Posted by dcengija on April 8, 2006 at 9:22 AM PDT

Every project should use some kind of continuous integration tool. As Martin Fowler writes (and we all know who Mr. Fowler is), 'Developing a disciplined and automated build process is essential to a controlled project.' (read more).

Install Instantiations RCP Developer on Linux

Posted by dcengija on April 5, 2006 at 4:21 AM PDT

Instantiations anounced RCP Developer as a product which will accelerate your Eclipse-RCP based application development. Free trial is available.

JGroups demos on SuSE Linux 10.0

Posted by dcengija on April 3, 2006 at 3:42 PM PDT

JGroups is a toolkit for reliable multicast communication in Java.

Commons-chain: a few tips.

Posted by dcengija on March 8, 2005 at 7:08 AM PST

ONJava.com published an article titled "A Look at Commons Chain: The New Java Framework" by Bill Siggelkow.

Luxor localization

Posted by dcengija on March 23, 2004 at 6:32 AM PST

Luxor is a useful tool: it really increases your productivity. Usage is simple: define your user interface in an XML file, add some Java meat around it and you have it running. Everything's nice and clean as long as you have only one human language to support.