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Blog Archive for carlavmott during March 2008

I've noticed a few web sites are using jMaki in their web apps and thought that there are probably a lot more. If you are using jMaki I'd love to here about what you are using and alittle about your application. Let me know if I can post a link to your site on the jMaki site. Don't forget to send me ( carla dot mott @ sun dot com) your address so I can send the t-shirt. Thanks for using...
There's a lot of new functionality in the developer release of jMaki 1.1. Performance enhancements, new widgets, upgrades to Yahoo 2.5 and Dojo 1.0.2, documentation and the new jMaki webtop are just some of what you will find. The team has been busy creating new widgets such as a flow widget, bread crumbs, tag cloud and carousel are new. Thanks to the awesome work by SitePen, all jMaki native...
Today Ludo and I spoke at EclipseCon on Glassfish and jMaki. Our talk was well attended and well received. Here is an overview of the talk and some comments. Ludo started the talk with a discussion about Glassfish V2 and V3. He mentioned that Glassfish v2 is enterprise-centric providing clustering, load-balancing and HA support. He also talked about the world record performance numbers we're...
Recently I wanted to load data from a blog feed into a jMaki widget. Here I describe how to do just that. The feed I want to read is coming from The Aquarium. I want to view the the title and the first 60 characters of each blog entry using the jMaki blockList widget since it automatically handles paging. The Aquarium uses Feedburner to publish blog entries so I looked for a Feedburner API to...