You know how nowadays everyone loves to tweet at conferences or presentations in middle of the talk? Sometimes you as a presenter might want to return the favor and tweet something in response.
Did you ever tried to visualize dependencies between pages on your average website? If so, you probably know what kind of pain it can be. The relations tend to be messy and any kind of chart displaying them is not easy to read.
The other night I was looking for some charting library and run across MooWheel.
Somebody shown me the tool called Red Bot the other day. The tool will check the headers of responses sent by your server, the compression of the content during transfer, server clock as well as modification dates claimed by your content. The info it gives about each page of the site is broken in 3 sections - General, Content Negotiation and Caching.
Somebody once said that the best ideas are the most simple ones.
Here comes one I had this morning when asked for example of page using this or that paragraph in Magnolia:
select * from nt:base where mgnl:template = 'stkTeaser'
It had been a while since we started to test Magnolia with ModeShape. It took few changes in the code here and there and it would not have happened if not for a big help from the JBoss folk.
End of the last year and beginning of this I've spent trying to get Magnolia work with ModeShape. There were issues with both of the apps. On one end, Magnolia had issues with the Modeshape session data refresh strategy, on the other one, Modeshape was sometimes stricter then JCR spec required it to be when it came to queries.
For anybody interested, we are giving a talk about repositories and content management in general on Thursday 12:30 at Hilton SF, Yosemite B. Session ID is S314239.
Feel free to drop by and ask also for Magnolia related questions should you have any. We have reserved some time also after the presentation should there be the need.
As it became almost a tradition we have rolled out next SwingX release just before the SwingLabs BOF at JavaOne last night.
I've just committed mavenized version of swingx under the swingx-r3734-mavenized branch.
If you know nothing about maven here's the basic:
As Karl mentioned already in his blog, SwingX 1.6.1 was released few weeks ago.