This tool is really cool: http://www.gliffy.com , as which you can draw really cool diagrams using only the WebBrowser.
When you should create some diagrams to explain your architectures, user interface prototypes and til new dispostion of the stuffs in your bedroom :)
Perfect Home Office
Thanks Miojo by tell me about that!
Sometimes I talk with my friends about the technology I'm woking on and evrebody says â€œJX...What?â€ .
In fact J/XFS is not so popular API as EJB, JDBC, Servlets or JCA, however it could really help real â€œenterpriseâ€ applications a lot.
What is J/XFS (Java eXtensions for Financial Services)
Java eXtensions for Financial Services, is a specification that defines how you can develop for...
Why only customers can use Web2.0 applications? And the Developers? Ok, We have access to Gmail, Flick, box.net, a lot of really cool geeks apps, but we can turn our JavaDocs, much more impressive then we have nowdays.To do that use Docwrench Doclet (http://www.docwrench.com/). The Following Image shows how look your future Docs:
Dave Johnson - eBusiness Applications' CTO, just posted his slides for the AJAX + Java Webinar and some screencasts showing how to use DWR with NetBeans over the weekend and I will be presenting that along with a few slides about AJAX + Java on a webcast over at developer.com. Check out the link there for all the details.