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jMaki provide a flexible framework to create mashups very easily. Today, I'm starting a series of screencasts that will focus on this aspect of jMaki. The first one in the series is a very simple mashup that pulls RSS feed from a blog entry and display it in two different widgets, without any extra effort. The NetBeans IDE is used for tooling and the jMaki-enabled Web...
on Jul 24, 2007
Based upon a user request, this is a follow up entry to show how jMaki on Rails For Dummies work on NetBeans 6 Milestone 10. Some of the steps are simplified and more details are provided. The updates from the previous blog entry are highlighted in this color. Download NetBeans 6.0 M10 (Full version) and configured to install only "Base IDE", "Java IDE", "Web and Java EE" and "Ruby"...
on Jul 23, 2007
Sun Microsystems is a platinum sponsor of OSCON 2007 (Jul 23-27, Portland, OR). There are tutorials, sessions, bofs, expo hall and other events. Sun's continued commitment to Open Source is reflected in its leadership and key contributions to the many projects including OpenSolaris, OpenOffice.org, GNOME, Grid Engine, java.net, Jini, JXTA,...
on Jul 20, 2007
Thursday (Jul 19) is the last day of Mashup Camp. Greg gave a jMaki session on Monday and today Carla helped staff the tabletop and I participated in Speed Geeking. This was my first experience and lot of fun to give a 5-minute pitch to bunch of participants. Here is the 5-minute pitch that I presented: jMaki is a lightweight framework to create Ajax-enabled Web 2.0 applications. jMaki -...
on Jul 18, 2007
jMaki allows filter to be configured on a widget. A filter is a JavaScript code fragment that performs data conversion from one object format to another. This allows a widget to consume data from multiple services outside the application domain and transform the received data into a standard data model. There are several pre-defined filters in system-glue.js, for example jmaki.filters....
on Jul 18, 2007
Sun Microsystems is a proud sponsor of Mashup Camp. This is a Unconference-style event that brings together the software mashup community together face-to-face.   The event, at Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA, consists of two sub-events - Mashup University (Jul 16-17) and Mashup Camp (Jul 18-19). We will be there demonstrating some of the cool and powerful...
on Jul 16, 2007
jMaki is a lightweight framework to build Ajax-enabled Web 2.0 applications. NetBeans IDE provides first-class support to develop and deploy jMaki web applications on GlassFish V2. jMaki also comes with an Eclipse plug-in to support similar set of functionality. This screencast shows how jMaki plug-in can be installed in Eclipse 3.3 (codename Europa) and how jMaki-...
on Jul 13, 2007
Audio and transcript synchronized with the slides for JavaOne 2007 session TS-4865 (Takes two to Tango: Java Web Services and .NET Interoperability) is now available. Read a review of the session by an attendee. WSIT is now part of Project Metro and is integrated in GlassFish V2. Technorati: wsit webservices glassfish javaone
on Jun 23, 2007
jMaki provides a rich set of data widgets that can be embedded in a web application. For most of the widgets to be useful, they need to be tied a database backend. For example consider a Table widget displaying data about your favorite stock tickers. This blog explains the steps to create such a Web application, deployed on GlassFish V2, that contains a jMaki-wrapped Yahoo...
on Jun 22, 2007
After much discussion, I was able to finally create a simple "Hello JPA World" example that uses Java Persistence API (JPA) to store and retrieve data from JavaDB from a Servlet deployed on GlassFish V2 b50 using NetBeans IDE 5.5.1. This blog describes the steps, in detail, on how to create this sample. In NetBeans IDE, create a new Web project and name it as "HelloJPA"....
on Jun 20, 2007
All the videos from Google Developer Day, Mountain View (May 31, 2007) are now available on youtube. In-lined are all the sessions I attended:   Opening Keynote Google Maps API Introduction   A Look Behind the Scenes at Google Missing   Mashups the Easy Way   Google Desktop Gadgets - Access, Share and Personalize Information   Custom Search Engine - Search...
on Jun 15, 2007
Follow up from my previous entry, here is a list of slides for the next generation Web application, a.k.a "Web 2.0", sessions from Sun. Session # Title TS 6029 Beyond Blogging: Feeds in Action TS 6375 jMaki: Web 2.0 App Building Made Easy TS 6381 The Future of the Java Technology Web Tier (Watch) TS 6411 JSR 311: The Java API for...
on Jun 4, 2007
These are detailed instructions for this screencast. Pre-requisites Download GlassFish v2 latest build. In NetBeans 5.5 or NetBeans 5.5.1 Update Center, manually download and install the Ajax Update Center module. Run the Update Center and install all the modules supported by Ajax Update Center plug-in. This will require an IDE restart. In NetBeans menu, go to Tools, Palette Manager, Add...
on Jun 1, 2007
Follow up from here. It's a very long entry, so feel free to skip around, look at the pictures or read notes from sections of your choice. I reached San Jose McEnery Convention Center around 9:15am and the crowd started building closer to 9:30am. The keynote hall opened at 9:30am. A video with different mahsups (primarily using Google Maps) was shown until...
on May 31, 2007
Google is hosting Google Developer Day on May 31st in 10 countries (US, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Russia, Japan, Australia, and China) simultaneously. The distribution all over the globe ensures that major time zones in the world has an opportunity to attend the event in person or virtually from US and United Kingdom. The registration is now closed for sometime but I...
on May 30, 2007
This blog shows how Mephisto, a web publishing system based on Ruby on Rails, can be deployed on GlassFish V3 with minimal changes. These detailed steps are derived from the original instructions. Here are the exact steps that I followed: Download Install GlassFish V3 Technology Preview 1 (lets say GLASSFISH_HOME). Install and Configure JRuby Download and Install JRuby1.0 RC2 in '...
on May 22, 2007
So far you've been playing with jMaki and created some Web and/or Rails applications. Let's say you've gone a step ahead and some widgets in your application use jMaki's publish/subscribe mechanism to talk with each other. Some jMaki widgets, such as Menu and Dynamic Container are pre-configured to publish and subscribe to the same topic. So if you develop a simple menu-based...
on May 21, 2007
Tim Bray, Web Guy from Sun Microsystems gave the keynote session at Rails Conf 2007 yesterday (May 19). With 1600 attendees, it was quite a different experience from JavaOne last week which had approx 16,000 people. The session was to start @ 9am and we were made to wait until 8:55am outside the Ballroom. Anyway, once the session started it was packed! Tim...
on May 20, 2007
Sun is a diamond sponsor of Rails Conference 2007. At the booth we are showing how jMaki provides a rich set of widgets for Rails application. Also talk to us about how GlassFish V2 can provide a deployment environment for WAR-ed up RoR apps and how GlassFish V3 provides deployment of original packaging of RoR apps. We are also showing the best platform for hosting Ruby on Rails...
on May 18, 2007
If you could not attend JavaOne 2007 last week and would like to know how jMaki and Phobos are made-for-each-other, then watch this excerpt of the technical keynote (start @ 1:02 and finish @ 6:26). You'll hear me presenting :-) A complete detailed screen cast on how to build this demo is available here. I plan to post written instructions soon as well. Technorati: javaone jmaki phobos web2.0
on May 18, 2007