JavaOne is practically here, so I thought I'd give a preview of one
of the sessions I'm on next week. This one is close to my heart, target="_"
6825 Testing Web 2.0 Features, Using Real-World Applications.
When working to revive
as a means to enable one to write automated tests for Ajax Applications,
I ended up fixing some thread safety assertions that were failing in
Because JavaServer Faces technology is delivered by Sun as a part of
the Java EE SDK and also href="https://glassfish.dev.java.net/">Project Glassfish, the Sun JSF
team strongly feels that community is important. To that end, I've been
plugging the use of the ##jsf irc channel on irc.freenode.net as a
In this entry, I show how I added Dynamic Faces support to the Dojo
Inline Editor widget in jMaki.
I had been doing the multi-boot thing on my Toshiba Satellite
5205-S703 since I bought it in late 2002. It came factory installed
with Windows XP Home Edition (monopoly anyone?) on an NTFS partition.
Thanks to Partition Magic 7.0, I soon ended up with the following
One oft cited complaint about Java Web Applications is the slow
and laborious href="http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=35538">deployment
step. This step seriously undermines the ability to get into a
state and is generally a major buzz kill.
In my recent spate of
engagements, I have been including a " href="http://lesscode.org/2005/07/21/motherhood-and-apple-pie/">motherhood
and apple pie" slide in my presentations about JSF and Ajax.
If you read mozilla.dev.tech.plugins (who doesn't?) you may know that
I have been working href="http://purl.oclc.org/NET/edburns/plugletStatus/">very
intermittantly since March 2006 to revive the href="http://www.mozilla.org/projects/blackwood/java-plugins/">Pluglet
Much has been said and written about Wikipedia. Many people
contribute many hours to this noble cause. I, on the other hand, have
contributed one tiny factoid to this vast web 2.0 body of