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The main idea was to implement the remote power controller to have some kind of remote control over electricity sockets. The plan was to create the adapter to control the electricity flow through the LPT port and to write an appropriate API. The next check-point was to play with sound recognition API and to integrate it with the electricity control adapter. All these ideas were just the ideas...
on Mar 6, 2007
After the NetBeans edition, Ajax jMaki is now available in the Eclipse edition.   body{ color: #333; font: 13px 'Lucida Grande', Verdana, sans-ser: jMaki Eclipse ...or jMaki NetBeans
on Feb 14, 2007
How many times you observed someone modifying the code formatting of Java classes and other people getting crazy about the lost of the project history from the Concurrent Versions System? At first sight it seems just a problem of communication - someone is not following the company standards or something like that. But think again - is it really a human problem, or our tools are not wise enough...
on Nov 29, 2006
adamTaglet -- Architecture Driven Assisted Modeling Taglet -- is a taglet that generates class diagrams from a custom JavaDoc tag. The tag holds a list of the leaf classes for the diagram and a list of forbidden classes. adamTaglet walks the class and interface inheritance structures from the leaves, building up a directed graph. The taglet stops walking the graph whenever it reaches an...
on Nov 14, 2006
Bonjour, comment Java? Ajax jMaki plugin (https://ajax.dev.java.net) for NetBeans is evolving rapidly. Now, a new set of JSP wizards is available to create JSP files following well defined CSS styles. After installing this add-on plugin, you'll have access to the jMaki palette for easy Drag and Drop of Ajax components from dojo library, yahoo toolkit, google, etc as seen in this visual gallery,...
on Nov 7, 2006
Hi Forks, I've been working with a new Greenbox module, which will allow Eclipse developers to use Greenbox Framework easier. I that worked, I did a really nice thing, I associate a *.vm file with Java Editor, and in a few seconds I had Velocty Editor with All syntax highlight necessary to create and edit Velocity templates for Greenbox. Take a look how to Enable it on your enviroment: I hope...
on Aug 30, 2006
BeanView is library for automatically generating user interface forms directly from JavaBeans, with built-in support for validation and complex data models. For more information about BeanView, see http://www.beanview.com/. BeanView 1.0.1 has been posted. The main feature change is support for render IDs in the Echo 2 implementation, thereby adding support for Selenium. Download BeanView 1.0.1...
on Aug 11, 2006
Singulars and plurals are so different, bless my soul. Has it ever occurred to you that the plural of "half" is "whole"? Allan Sherman, One Hippopotami It's well known that Perl has been heavily influenced by ideas from natural language, which probably explains why it has so many libraries for handling natural language text. Java is less well served, but as our...
on Jul 26, 2006
This tool is really cool: http://www.gliffy.com , as which you can draw really cool diagrams using only the WebBrowser. When you should create some diagrams to explain your architectures, user interface prototypes and til new dispostion of the stuffs in your bedroom :) UI Prototype Perfect Home Office Thanks Miojo by tell me about that! Cya
on Jun 28, 2006
pre { padding: 5px 5px 5px 7px; color:#fde006; background:#848484; border: 1px dotted #ccc; margin-left: 20px; margin-right: 20px; overflow: auto; overflow-x: auto; } Bonjour, comment Java? Wouldn't be great if by just writing this: <p>&lt;a:ajax name="sudoku" /&gt;</p> in one of your Web Application JSP files, you would get this? Or by typing: <br>...
on Jun 15, 2006
I've been working on an open source framework for some time now, which I have now released as BeanView 1.0. It can be downloaded from: http://www.beanview.com/ http://sourceforge.net/projects/beanview/ Briefly, BeanView allows you to create forms from your POJO + JDK 1.5 Annotations models. It supports generating forms for both Swing and Echo 2 user interfaces. No code generation is required -...
on Jun 7, 2006
Yes, it's true that I've been lax in my blogging so far this year because I've been working as the Chief Architect of Krugle. Sure, I've written some entries on the Krugle blog but living the startup life is definitely not conducive to regular blogging -- even at a company whose blogmaster is none other than the wild and crazy Chris Locke of e.g., The Cluetrain Manifesto fame (and the rest of...
on Apr 22, 2006
Every project should use some kind of continuous integration tool. As Martin Fowler writes (and we all know who Mr. Fowler is), 'Developing a disciplined and automated build process is essential to a controlled project.' (read more). If you use Luntbuild as a continuous integration tool, and Ivy as your depencency manager of choice, this article could help you to integrate those two tools....
on Apr 8, 2006
JGroups is a toolkit for reliable multicast communication in Java. If you're like me, which means that you barely know what multicast means, and you're running SuSE 10.0, you'll have troubles to understand why JGroups demos don't work and what you need to do to have it working. First of all, lets see what multicast is: it's a way to send a message over network to selected recipients which belong...
on Apr 3, 2006
Eclipse 3.2M6 was out and is almost ready for the final. Eclipse 3.2 supports Java SE 5 as well as Java SE 6. Eclipse Web Tools project also unveiled WTP 1.5M5, which is aimed at Java EE 5 with Dali, EJB 3 support and JSF. Once Eclipse 3.2 and WTP 1.5 cut the final simultaneously, you will be able to enjoy developing Java EE 5 applications on top of the full Eclipse support. When it comes to "...
on Apr 2, 2006
So, I've been happily using Opera for a while now. I have applied a cool skin, imported my Firefox bookmarks, created and saved sessions (Opera has session-saving of tabs built-in), and so on. There are, of course, a few caveats: I'm not too fond of the way Opera caches things. For normal browsing this is fine, but it's annoying for web development. For now, I've actually turned off caching. It'...
on Mar 13, 2006
I came across several interesting communication glitches in an offshore development software. This project comprises analysis, design, architecture and QA teams who work onshore, while developer teams are working offshore. We faced problems such as communication bottlenecks and lack of awareness of what developers were physically producing. A big part of these problems we got solved through the...
on Mar 10, 2006
Hi there. It's rather short message about a potential problem you might face as well. Recently, I've been told that few of my blogs are having incorrect links to other resources. Being very careful about posting any materials, I was quite surprised and went to http://weblogs.java.net/blog/cos/ to check it out. In a short time I realized that a couple of the articles were typed using StarOffce'...
on Mar 6, 2006
Like many Java developers (and an increasing number of web users in general), I have been a big Firefox supporter ever since I switched from Mozilla quite some time ago. The development plugins make it great for building web applications, tab browsing is cool, and it's a snappy little browser. Or at least it used to be snappy. Lately, especially with version 1.5, it seems to gobble up tons of RAM...
on Mar 2, 2006
Downloads are available at http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops/S-3.2M5-200602171115... . This milestone is the final for API changes, and some time will be spent for feature finalization and functional stabilization. I enjoy Eclipse 3.2M5 with WTP 1.5M4 in developing JEUS because: 1. Powerful debugging Sometimes class hot swapping works (this is great because I don't need to...
on Feb 17, 2006