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MyJXTA 2.3.1a, built on the freshly minted (every quarter, every time, on time) JXTA 2.3.1, is now available via JNLP. We recently incorporated some of the JDNC components to uplevel the "rich content" editor component. This element of code is targeted for a future release of BlogEd as well. I'm very impressed with the ease-of-use JNDC offers ... this coming from an admittedly middleware...
on Oct 12, 2004
The upcoming JXTA Developer Kitchen looks fun. Here's the low down: You are invited to the JXTA Developer Kitchen on Tuesday, October 19th. This is a  full day event at the Sun Microsystems' offices in Santa Clara, CA. Bring your JXTA application and work on it with the Sun JXTA engineers and other JXTA developers. Our engineers will work with you on your projects. We'll also...
on Sep 23, 2004
Well, JXTA 2.3.1 is out the door. Phew. And we are already slamming in new ext:cofig/ui code for the next go around. It just gets better all the time. Nice work Volker John! I picked up a copy of Mastering JXTA a couple of weeks back to peruse whilst on vacation. I'm impressed with what I've read thus far and based on the 5-star average rating on Amazon it looks like this book is indeed a gem...
on Sep 16, 2004