This second screencast of the
Creating Mashups with jMaki Series show how
jMaki allows to embed and
interact with map widgets in your application.
This screencast shows
how to creates two mashups - the first one is where a city location is
keyed from name and displayed in map widgets from two different
toolkits, and the second one shows how to extract data from Craig's
SAVE THE DATE: Aug 23, 2007, 9:00am to 12:00pm
This event is the first ever
public jMaki User Group meeting at
Santa Clara Campus. This is your chance to hear the latest and greatest in
jMaki. The talks will have a variety of demos from drag/drop in
Eclipse IDE and deployment on GlassFish
to complex mashups. A quick introduction to jMaki is
This is a FREE...
Based upon a
user request, I'll explain why
system-provided binding in WCF) is not an interoperable binding. This blog
entry will explain the service endpoint code, client code, generated WSDL
and the SOAP messages exchanged based upon the
Binding Sample that is bundled with the
Windows SDK samples. This is also an update to an
earlier attempt to...
Metro provides Secure, Reliable,
Transactional and .NET 3.0 interoperable Web services stack in
GlassFish. This entry explains how to
enable SOAP message logging in Metro and .NET 3.0.
The SOAP message logging in Metro is explained
In WCF (the Web services stack in .NET), the
Editor Tool is the
preferred way to enable SOAP message logging. But sometimes you may want to...
A complete transcript of the
Sun/Microsoft Expert Exchange Forum is now
available. And if you still have questions, feel free to post them to
Try 3 things today:
Develop and Deploy a Reliable Web service using NetBeans IDE following
this screencast (complete
Read more details about Project
Tango in this