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Web Applications

http://egjug.org/hashimblog/2007/03/20/tips-to-save-clients-bandwidth/ In this post, I will write about the client/server bandwidth saving. In some countries, the cost of the Internet is based on the bandwidth consumption, you pay for the number of MB's you have used as traffic, so, if there is a website which contains pages with large size, you will consume the client bandwidth! Also the request...
on Mar 21, 2007
Last week was a busy week with several releases in Project jMaki, GlassFish and Sun Web(2.0) Developer Pack or SWDP. SWDP is a newly announced pack targeting developers interested in producing Web 2.0 Rich Internet Applications. We're excited that jMaki is one of the technologies in SWDP. Other technologies include Phobos, Project DynaFaces, RESTful web services APIs and more. Find out more...
on Mar 20, 2007
After spending the evening at Times Square yesterday, I rolled early in the bed to attend the morning keynote at 7:30am. And I had to run before that :) So I attended three sessions before the Expo Floor opened. Like yesterday, the opening keynote, scheduled for 7:30am, started at 7:45am. I've a 10am flight tomorrow morning so with this consistent delayed start, I might have to miss the keynote...
on Mar 20, 2007
I arrived in New York City yesterday early morning to show Sun's offerings at Ajax World. The Roosevelt Hotel reservation desk was courteous to allow me a really early check in (7am). After spending day with family & friends yesterday, I attended the opening keynote by Douglas Crockford this morning. After 20 minutes of delay Jeremy Geelan of SYS-CON, chair of the show, opened it and...
on Mar 19, 2007
More buzz on Sun Web Developer Pack ... Sun Announces the Next Major Version of the Open Source Java Enterprise Edition 5 (GlassFish v2) Application Server and the New Sun Web Developer Pack (official announcement) Sun Unveils GlassFish V2 Beta for Web 2.0 and SOA Development (Linux World) GlassFish app server to swim in the enterprise (InfoWorld) Sun Web Developer Pack...
on Mar 19, 2007
Here is the SWDP buzz so far: Sun Web Developer Pack Phobos in the Sun Web Developer Pack Sun Web Developer Pack (wikipedia) Sun Web Developer Pack (Ajaxian) Sun Web Developer Pack Announced (Webservices.org) Sun Web Developer Pack announced (The Server Side) Java EE 5, Web 2.0 with Sun Web Server Update 1 Technology Preview Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 Update 1...
on Mar 16, 2007
Follow up from my previous entry, here is a complete list of all the next generation Web application, a.k.a "Web 2.0", sessions from Sun. Session # Title BOF 6012 JavaScript Programming Language Best Practices for Developers on the Java Platform TS 6029 Beyond Blogging: Feeds in Action TS 6375 jMaki: Web 2.0 App Building Made Easy TS 6381...
on Mar 14, 2007
Here is the list of Sun Microsystems sessions at The Server Side, Java Symposium, Las Vegas next week: JAX-WS and WSIT Tangoing with .NET by Arun Gupta (read more) Sun NetBeans Technology Showcase by Karen Tegan Padir JRuby: Ruby-Tinted Classes by Charles Nutter and Thomas Enebo Enterprise Grade Ajax and JSF and Scripting JSF by Ed Burns Filthy Rich Clients by Chet...
on Mar 13, 2007
Sun Web Developer Pack (SWDP) is a new integrated toolkit from Sun Microsystems that consists of a collection of Web 2.0 technologies that enable next generation Web application development. The toolkit consists of binaries, tutorial, documentation, samples (including source) to build your Web 2.0 applications and deploy them on industry-grade containers. It...
on Mar 12, 2007
Check out a 90-minute hands-on lab that describes how to build and deploy simple Struts applications: Struts Basics, developed by Sang Shin, technology evangelist at Sun. The lab walks you through the process, accompanied by screen shots and sample code, on the NetBeans IDE.
on Mar 12, 2007
Following up on my JSON blog, here is great table summarizing the strengths and weaknesses of JSON as compared to XML. Technorati: XML JSON Web2.0 Ajax
on Mar 2, 2007
Sun Microsystems is a silver sponsor of AJAX World Conference and Expo East 2007, Mar 19-21, New York City. Ajax Architect Greg Murray, Struts creator Craig McClanahan, and Jean Francois Arcand of Grizzly fame, all from Sun, will be speaking. Here are the topics: Greg is talking on Enterprise Ajax on Java Craig's topic is Encapsulating AJAX Functionality in JavaServer Faces Components Jean...
on Mar 2, 2007
XML and JSON are the two prevalent choices for language-neutral data format. That means a format used to exchange data between client and server, independent of the language used on each end. We are familiar with XML pointy bracket syntax which has served us well so far. With Rich Internet Applications becoming more common, there is a need to have a light-weight data interchange format. And so...
on Mar 1, 2007
I built some more aggregators (mashing up feeds from Bloglines, Findory, Google Blog Search, Technorati, IceRocket) and here is the complete list: Aggregator Search Term Sun WSIT Bloggers All Sun WSIT Bloggers GlassFish in Blogosphere glassfish jMaki Aggregator jmaki Phobos Aggregator phobos + scripting Grizzly Aggregator grizzly + glassfish...
on Feb 28, 2007
Ashutosh created a Yahoo Pipe for WSIT to track WSIT-related blogs. This is useful as I don't need to search through multiple sites to find out the information. This is useful stuff so I created a new GlassFish Pipe to track GlassFish blog traffic by mashing up feeds from Bloglines, Technorati, Google Blogsearch, Findory, and IceRocket. If you want to create your own pipe, start here. An easier...
on Feb 26, 2007
Last Friday jMaki team, at Sun Microsystems, arranged a jMaki Day for Sun-internal audience. The day was planned to introduce the technology and explains it's nuts and bolts with hands-on experience. Even though nobody outside Sun could attend it, but all the presos and lab material is available here.  The morning sessions gave an overview of jMaki and included:  Sun, Web 2.0 and...
on Feb 26, 2007
Sang Shin is starting the second session of "AJAX Programming (with Passion!)" from Feb 12th, 2007. This FREE online course is for anyone who wants to learn Ajax for the first time or increase their knowledge on Ajax. In this course, students learn basic concept and technologies of Ajax such as JavaScript, CSS, and DOM as well as how to use various Ajax frameworks and toolkits such as...
on Jan 8, 2007
blogs.sun.com (the blogosphere of all Sun employees) allows each blog entry to be directly posted to a social bookmarking website, for example submit them to del.icio.us, dig them on Digg, discuss on Slashdot and other Web 2.0 sites. And it enables that by providing additional macros that can be specified in the page template. Once the macros are saved to the page template and the blog page is...
on Dec 14, 2006
In a previous blog, I talked about AJAX. You can read about different AJAX design strategies, their pros/cons and when to use. This blog introduces you to jMaki. Originally the project, jMaki, started as a wrapper for existing AJAX frameworks giving access to the JavaScript widgets from JSP pages or JSF components. And so the name, jMaki, where "j" is for JavaScript and "maki...
on Dec 13, 2006
This is a follow up blog from here. It provides a brief description of the most prominent technology, AJAX, that enable the principles of Web 2.0. AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. This term was first introduced by Jesse James Garrett in February 2005. It is a set of technologies used to develop interactive web applications without requiring a complete page refresh. This is...
on Dec 8, 2006