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March 2008

Home - WysiwygPro, Browser Based Online HTML WYSIWYG Editor

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WysiwygPro is an advanced online HTML WYSIWYG editor that can be embedded in a web page. Web developers may use it as an alternative to regular textarea tags in all PHP powered web applications including Content Management Systems, Blogs, Discussion Forums and Web Based E-mail Systems. WysiwygPro is available as a PHP class for developers, as a stand alone application for editing web pages and as a plugin for many third party applications including Joomla, Mambo, WordPress and CMSimple. Integrate WysiwygPro into your content management system or web application and empower your users' creativity. WysiwygPro enables anyone to create rich HTML content online without techical skill

What is Xopus? - Xopus

Xopus is an XML editor. Xopus is friendly because it offers users a WYSIWYG interface. Xopus bridges the gap between word-processing editors and XML editors by providing an easy to use and understand interface for editing complex, structured, and high quality content. Xopus assists the user by providing the user with the logical options when editing, and hiding those options that do not apply.

Asbru Web Content Editor

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WYSIWYG HTML/XHTML web content editor component for web designers/programmers to integrate with their own and third-party web applications to give non-technical users access to create and update web content. From only £25 per website with any number of users.

Mozile (xhtml editing in your browser)

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Mozile (Mozilla Inline Editor) is a context-sensitive XHTML editor that allows you to edit web pages from the comfort of your own browser. It can act as the client-side of a content-editing system or as a self-contained "web word processor". See how easy it is to start editing...

Genii Software | WebEditors

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This list of WYSIWYG rich text web editors is being maintained as a general resource for developers who want to add a richer editing experience to web based applications. In order to be included, all editors must work in place in a browser window, either by replacing a textarea or by adding their own editable fragment. WYSIWYG page designers that live outside the web page are in a different category. This resource is a living document, and we always welcome comments and updates. Please let us know if you have any comments, additional information or corrections. While we list both open source and commercial editors in the tables below, we do not endorse or guarantee your results with any editor.

Yahoo! UI Library: Rich Text Editor

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Rich Text Editor The Rich Text Editor is a UI control that replaces a standard HTML textarea; it allows for the rich formatting of text content, including common structural treatments like lists, formatting treatments like bold and italic text, and drag-and-drop inclusion and sizing of images. The Rich Text Editor's toolbar is extensible via a plugin architecture so that advanced implementations can achieve a high degree of customization.

Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor (RTE) - the online home of Kevin Roth

The Cross-Browser Rich Text Editor (RTE) is based on the designMode() functionality introduced in Internet Explorer 5, and implemented in Mozilla 1.3+ using the Mozilla Rich Text Editing API.

Unix Toolbox

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A collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work or for advanced users

The Best Tools for Visualization - ReadWriteWeb

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Visualization is a technique to graphically represent sets of data. When data is large or abstract, visualization can help make the data easier to read or understand. There are visualization tools for search, music, networks, online communities, and almost anything else you can think of. Whether you want a desktop application or a web-based tool, there are many specific tools are available on the web that let you visualize all kinds of data. Here are some of the best

35 (Really) Incredible Free Icon Sets | Graphics | Smashing Magazine

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creating absolutely amazing icon sets and offering them for free download.

jQuery history/remote - solution for hijaxing links

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Implement Ajax driven links in a completely unobtrusive and accessible manner (also known as Hijax) with support for the browser's back/forward navigation buttons and bookmarking. Enhance comparable DHTML driven links as well.

January 2008

Guidelines for Writing JSR-168 Portlets

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JSR-168 is a collection of Java APIs for portlet developers. There are a number of reasons to design JSR-168 portlets that adhere to the specification. Portability is an obvious benefit. Code written according to the specification will be easier to move to among portal servers. The majority of Java-based portal servers support JSR-168 portlets. Another benefit is easier federation. Exposing JSR-168 Portlets via Web Services for Remote Portlets (WSRP) producers is easier when portlets adhere to the JSR-168 specification. WSRP provides a standard to federate portlet content via Web services. JSR-168 and WSRP 1.0 portlet capabilities are tightly coupled. JSR-168 to WSRP portlet bridges utilize JSR-168's URL rewriting APIs. This article illustrates best practices for developing JSR-168 portlets for portability.

December 2007

metro: Discover Metro

What is Metro? Metro is a high-performance, extensible, easy-to-use web service stack. It is a one-stop shop for all your web service needs, from the simplest hello world web service to reliable, secured, and transacted web service that involves .NET services. The Metro web service stack is a part of the GlassFish community, but it can be also used outside GlassFish.

Life of a Geolocated Blog Post

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Life of a Geolocated Blog Post This blog post details the workflow that I use to post most of our blog posts that have GPS data and Images. I hope these steps are easy to follow and are useful. Not all steps are necessary and there are many different ways to do similar things, but this is how it usually works for me.

September 2007

Best Practices for Applying Ajax to JSR 168 Portlets

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A year ago, the article Asynchronous Rendering of Portlet Content With Ajax Technology demonstrated how to apply Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) to portlets. Since then, Ajax has become increasingly popular in the software arena and many new Ajax technologies have emerged. Examples are JavaScript libraries and toolkits, such as the Dojo Toolkit, the Yahoo! UI Library, the Google Web Toolkit, Script.aculo.us, and DHTML Goodies. In addition, new standards bodies like Open Ajax and the Dojo Foundation are key players. In light of the many developments in the past year and the host of feedback on how to use Ajax in portlets, this article describes several helpful tips and practices on how best to exploit Ajax in portlets that comply with the Java Specification Request (JSR) 168: Portlet Specification.

Réécriture d'urls avec mod_rewrite : exemples concrets d'utilisation - Tux-planet

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La configuration de mod_rewrite peut être mise à deux endroits différents. Soit directement dans la configuration du serveur, soit dans le fichier .htaccess du répertoire du site. Cette dernière solution sera généralement utilisée dans le cas d'un hébergement mutualisé.

Mod_rewrite, ou la réécriture des URL "à la volée"

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Une des fonctions les plus puissantes permises par le fichier .htaccess est la réécriture « à la volée » des URL. Sur le site officiel Apache, le module mod_rewrite est présenté à raison comme le couteau suisse de la manipulation. Comme dans notre article sur le fichier .htaccess, il est utile de préciser que certains hébergeurs n’ont pas activé le module de réécriture. Dans ce cas, vous n’avez malheureusement aucune possibilité de l’utiliser, à moins de casser le petit cochon en porcelaine qui traîne chez vous et changer d’hébergeur.

A List of JDBC Drivers

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If you need to access a database with Java, you need a driver. This is a list of the drivers available, what database they can access, who makes it, and how to contact them.

Introducing the Java Content Repository API

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There are several approaches that I could take when discussing the JCR. In this article, I examine the features offered by the JSR-170 specification from a developer's perspective, focusing on the available API and the interfaces that allow a programmer to efficiently use the JSR-170 repository in designing a content application. As an artificial example, I'll implement a trivial back end for a Wikipedia-like encyclopedia system, called JCRWiki, with support for binary content, versioning, backup, and search. I use Apache Jackrabbit, an open source implementation of JSR-170, to develop this application.

Couplage Apache HTTP & Tomcat - Club d'entraide des développeurs francophones

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Lors de la mise en production d'une application Internet ou intranet, il est fréquent de vouloir protéger les transferts par une connexion sécurisée (HTTPS). Même si Tomcat le permet (il suffit d'activer une option dans le server.xml de Tomcat), utiliser Apache est un meilleur choix du fait de sa vitesse. De plus l'utilisation d'Apache permet de se débarrasser des :8080 et autres numéros de ports dans l'url, du fameux " /MonApp " à la fin de la dite url et enfin la possibilité il offre une intégration plus aisée dans un environnement avec charge répartie (Load Balancing).

tutoriel:comment_coupler_apache_et_tomcat_avec_support_ssl - Documentation Ubuntu Francophone

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Le serveur d'application Tomcat est très pratique pour des projets J2EE d'envergure moyenne. Il est relativement simple à installer et à administrer. Un serveur Tomcat sert les requêtes (HTTP) par défaut sur un port différent des ports standards destinés au web. Ces requêtes sont servies par le biais d'un petit moteur HTTP simpliste nommé Coyote. Bien que parfaitement adapté à des situations de développement, ce moteur HTTP est moins robuste qu'Apache pour la montée en charge et la gestion des caches. De plus, ce moteur Coyote ne prend pas en charge le SSL nativement. Afin de palier aux inconvénients du moteur Coyote, bon nombre de sites de production utilisant Tomcat se sont naturellement tournés vers Apache. Le but de ce document est d'expliquer comment coupler Apache 2 et le serveur d'application Tomcat avec le support SSL assuré par Apache 2.

August 2007

Apache Jackrabbit - Jackrabbit Deployment Models

JSR-170 explicitly allows for numerous different deployment models, meaning that it is entirely up to the repository implementation to suggest certain models. Jackrabbit is built to support a variety of different deployment models, some of the possibilities on how to deploy Jackrabbit will be outlined here...

InfoQ: Integrating Java Content Repository and Spring

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It is extremely common for applications to store various pieces of information, most of the time in relational databases. While they do a great job when working with regular data types, they are not very efficient when dealing with binary data, for example images or documents. File systems can be used as an alternative and while they offer better performance, there is neither a query language for searching information nor a notion of relationship or transaction.

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