LinAlg API Demos update
I have provided new demos for LinAlg API with sources for donwload in the document/files section under linalg.dev.java.net.
Now there are 4 demo apps available written with NetBeans GUI Designer:
Connected all over the world
One thing thats most important is that the number of broadband internet access computers is growing and the world is getting more and more connected.
64 Bit rocks
A first 64 Bit version of LinAlg API for Windows Vista 64 Bit is available. If you want to compile it yourself you need a 64 Bit JRE and Compiler with Java 6 installed.
I will also provide some demos for this 64 Bit Version.
Weekly Builds of LinAlg API will be available soon. These weekly builds are developer builds that you can use for development. Stable versions are build in a month turn or if there are enough features that require a new milestone.
If other ports are available these will also be available for download on the project homepage.
LinAlg API Overview
My recent Blog did gain some attention and i have updated the LinAlg API project homepage with some more information on project goals and people who are working on features.
There is already a stable realease of LinAlg API available on the project homepage at linalg.dev.java.net along with some GUI demos i have written.
Application Driven Internet
This Blog is the sequel of my last Blog where i was thinking further on Davids entry. In fact my last Blog results in what i call ADI which is short for Application Driven Internet - a new view on the Interne as a means of using the Internet for sharing Web and Desktop applications
as were they one application.
Wesktop: Desktop and Web applications
In his latest Blog David Herron is thinking aloud on the convergence of Web and Desktop applications and citing some existing example of these and resuming the main disadvantages of the current state-of-the-art Web access.
Compile once dont run anywhere?
Ok. My Last Blog did stirr up attention but did not bring the very answers i was looking for. Having read some other Blogs i am still confused about what this controversy still is about but i think i am getting right by assuming that Apple is currently not supporting Java 6 on the current Mac OS yet they are planning to support some time later.
Compile once, dont run anywhere?
So whats this controversy or non-contreversy thing with Java all about? And what about compile once run anwyher? And isnt its SUNs Job to get things work on the OS plattform they support and not Apple?