New Social Micropayment Platform Enters Open Beta and JAM Circle Kanban Application Platform 0.9.0 is Released
PLUS, upcoming features of Google’s Gmail Web service to be rendered in HTML5 and JavaFX Eclipse plugin version 1.3.4 gets Organise Imports feature.
New Release for JAM Circle Kanban Application
JAM Circle version 0.9.0 is now available.
Circle is a Kanban Application Platform, which allows users to
connect XMPP service and send card data to one another. This
release introduces support for Trac Board and the board template
extension plugin, allowing users to share their board with other
team members. JAM Circle 0.9.0 also supports category on p2
JAM Circle is an open source project.
Get Flattering, With New Social Micropayment
The Flattr social micropayment platform is now in open
Flattr users pay a self-defined monthly fee and, at the end of
each month, the money is divided amongst all the things the user
has “flattered.” Clicking the “flatter” button does not increase
the monthly fee, only the number of people who receive payment. In
order to have a flatter button on your webpage, you must also have
an active Flattr account.
In addition to launching the open beta, the Flattr team have
introduced Facebook integration, a Facebook app, Twitter
Google Gmail To Get HTML5 Features
According to a report by IDG News, staff software engineer Adam
de Boor has revealed that many up-and-coming features of Google’s
Gmail Web service will be rendered in HTML5.
He stated that using HTML5 could speed the loading and execution
time of Gmail. The team also plan to migrate from Google Gears to
HTML5 standards, for storing email for offline reading.
JavaFX Eclipse Plugin Gets Organise Imports
JavaFX Eclipse plugin version 1.3.4 is out now.
The plugin works within Eclipse to develop and deploy JavaFX
applications. Version 1.3.4 comes with a new Organise Imports
feature, and fixes a broken user Library in the build path.
New MongoDB Library for Ruby
Mongomatic is a new MongoDB library for Ruby.
Mongomatic follows Mongo idioms wherever possible and avoids
relationship management and dependencies.