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Blog Archive for arungupta during March 2008

I presented on GlassFish and Metro in Developer Update meetings in St Louis & Kansas City. The slides are available here. The demos shown in the talk can be seen at: Secure and Reliable Web service development and deployment using NetBeans IDE The healthcare scenario explained in the talk can be seen as a demo here and the associated source code can be downloaded here. The flight out of...
As reported earlier, I presented on "Rails powered by GlassFish and jMaki" yesterday at The Server Side Java Symposium - Las Vegas. The slides are available here. The demos shown in the talk are available at: Rails 2.0 Scaffold on GlassFish v3 Gem JRuby Update Center Module jMaki on Rails Would you like to know why use GlassFish for Rails deployment ? Rails powered by the GlassFish...
Ruby Developer Center is a new page launched today that is a one stop page for any thing & everything about Ruby, JRuby, Rails and all related efforts @ Sun Microsystems. Here are couple of new articles to get you started: NetBeans, Solaris, GlassFish: The Ruby's Red Slippers Fit Rails powered by the GlassFish Application Server The site is divided into 4 tabs - Overview, Reference,...
If you want to learn more about: How to use GlassFish as development & deployment platform for Rails applications ? How GlassFish v3 Gem provides a "green" alternative to WEBrick & Mongrel ? How to use NetBeans & jMaki plug-in to embed rich widgets in your Rails applications ? Then you can learn all about it in The Server Side Java Symposium, Las Vegas. Here are the coordinates...
JRuby 1.1 RC3 (third and final release candidate) was released last week. The highlights are: 58 issues resolved since JRuby 1.1RC2 ri/rdoc w/ documentation included in distribution More IO corner cases fixed (popen, reopen) Several small bottlenecks fixed This is your last chance to report any issues before JRuby 1.1 goes final. And I encourage you to try out GlassFish v3 Gem (ver 0.1...
Do you know there are several advantags of deploying Ruby-on-Rails applications on GlassFish instead of traditional Apache/Mongrel ? Here they are: Identical Development and Deployment Environments Multiple Applications in One Container Multiple Requests by a Single Application Redeploying an Application Clustering, Load Balancing, and High Availability Database Connection...
I delivered my Maki as an Ajax Mashup Framework talk and the slides are available here. Lots of attendees came by afterwards and told me that they enjoyed the demo. The talk showed how jMaki Webtop provides a lightweight mashup framework that runs in the browser. Here is a pictorial representation of the demo shown: jMaki Webtop is basically a jMaki widget that can be embedded in a JSP...
Ajax World East 2008 started earlier today. I delievered my "Web 2.0 Application development using jMaki" and the slides are available here. There were several demos shown in the talk (using NetBeans and GlassFish) and they are all accessible at the links mentiond below: RSS feeds in jMaki widgets Mashing up the Maps Rails powered by jMaki Sun Tech Days Event Map Several other related demos...
Sun Microsystems is a Gold sponsor of Ajax World East 2008. The event kick starts in New York City tomorrow and you can see the complete agenda here. From Sun speakers, you'll hear how jMaki, GlassFish Comet, GlassFish and NetBeans provide an easy-to-use and industry-grade platform to develop and deploy Rich Internet Applications. Here is the list of Sun sessions: Tuesday, Mar 18 RIA...
Here is my travel schedule for next 5 weeks: Mar 17-21 Ajax World, New York Web Application Development using jMaki Mar 25-26 The Server Side Java Symposium, Las Vegas Rails powered by GlassFish & jMaki Mar 27 Developer Update, St Louis Westport DoubleTree, FREE event Open Source Web Services stack in GlassFish Mar 28 Developer Update, Kansas City, FREE event Rich Internet...