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PayPal X Toolkit for Google App Engine and First Milestone for Gemini Blueprint

Jessica Thornsby

Redis 2.0.0 released, and SpringSource announce that users can now install SpringSource Tool Suite on top of Eclipse 3.6.

Integrate Java Google App Engine Apps with PayPal

PayPal have launched a new PayPal X Toolkit for Google App Engine.

This open source toolkit integrates Java apps running on App
Engine with PayPal’s Adaptive Payments API. This API enables
developers to embed payments into their services, applications and
platforms, and offers new payment functionality such as Split
Payments and Preapprovals.

The toolkit can be downloaded now. A Python version of PayPal X
Toolkit for Google App Engine is expected soon.

Redis 2.0.0 is out now.

Redis is a persistent key-value store with built-in net
interface, where the values can be strings, lists, sets, or ordered

This release gets a number of new commands, including
the DISCARD command for discarding queued MULTI commands, and the
APPEND, ZREMBYRANK and SUBSTR commands. Git commit information has
been added to the INFO listing.

First Peek at Gemini Blueprint!

After the release of the very first Gemini Web milestone,
SpringSource have announced the first milestone of Gemini

Blueprint builds on the Spring Dynamic Modules version 2 code
base and is the Reference Implementation for the OSGi 4.2 Blueprint

Gemini Blueprint is dual licensed under Apache License and
Eclipse Public License.

Install SpringSource Tool Suite on Top of Eclipse

SpringSource have announced that they are currently working on
updating their developer tools to support Eclipse 3.6. However,
while a version of SpringSource Tool Suite that builds on and
bundles 3.6 is not yet available, users can now install
SpringSource Tool Suite on top of Eclipse 3.6.

STS 2.3.3.M2 is currently scheduled for release next week.

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