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OOP Javascript & JS Architecture

Nowdays: Single page app is the thing! Gmail Twitter (remember the # in the location bar?) Grooveshark (online cloud music player/storage)

Questions and Myths About PhoneGap « PhoneGap

Phonegap is a relatively new concept to many IT organizations, so there are many unanswered questions and misunderstandings about PhoneGap and Apache Cordova.  In this post, I’ll try to answer a few of these questions, clear up a few misunderstandings, and dispel some of the myths.

PhoneGap Explained Visually « PhoneGap

There are some common questions that I am often asked, and I hope this post helps everyone understand PhoneGap better.


Comparatif des outils de développement multi-plateforme mobile - Journal du Net Développeurs

Tour d'horizon des solutions de développement multi-plateforme mobile dominantes, ciblant iOS, Android, Windows Mobile.... Des bonnes feuilles tirées d'un livre blanc d'Ideo Mobilis.


Lucid Imagination » Apache Lucene Connector Framework now in Incubation at the ASF

The Apache Lucene Connector Framework project has officially entered incubation. LCF, for short, is going to be a framework for connecting to content repositories like Sharepoint, Documentum, etc. and will make it easy to hook into Lucene, Solr, Nutch, Mahout, Tika, while, of course, remaining agnostic of the final destination of the data. See the Connectors website and the original proposal for more info. Help wanted!


SiteMesh - SiteMesh Overview

# SiteMesh is a web-page layout and decoration framework and web- application integration framework to aid in creating large sites consisting of many pages for which a consistent look/feel, navigation and layout scheme is required. # SiteMesh intercepts requests to any static or dynamically generated HTML page requested through the web-server, parses the page, obtains properties and data from the content and generates an appropriate final page with modifications to the original. This is based upon the well-known GangOfFour Decorator design pattern. # SiteMesh can also include entire HTML pages as a Panel within another page. This is similar to a Server-Side Include, except that the HTML document will be modified to create a visual window (using the document's Meta-data as an aid) within a page. Using this feature, Portal type web sites can be built very quickly and effectively. This is based upon the well-known GangOfFour Composite design pattern. # SiteMesh is built using Java 2 with Servlet, JSP and XML technologies. This makes it ideal for use with J2EE applications, however it can be integrated with server-side web architectures that are not Java based such as CGI (Perl/Python/C/C /etc), PHP, Cold Fusion, etc... # SiteMesh is very extensible and is designed in a way in which it is easy to extend for custom needs.


Open AJAX : un standard pour les interfaces web riches

Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, IBM, Zend, Oracle et des start-ups spécialistes d'Ajax telles que Zimbra et Dojo viennent de lancer une initiative de standardisation pour garantir le succès de cette technologie d'interface graphique.


jWebUnit - jWebUnit 1.x

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jWebUnit is a Java framework that facilitates creation of acceptance tests for web applications. It evolved from a project where we were using JUnit to create acceptance tests. Also, we can have different testing engines. Currently, only HtmlUnit plugin is ready. As the tests were being written, they were continuously refactored to remove duplication and other bad smells in the test code. jWebUnit is the result of these refactorings.

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