A first release candidate (RC) of jEmbedded version 0.2 has been announced. jEmbedded is an IoC (inversion of control) based […]
The next release of Eclipse will run with OpenJDK 7 on Mac OS X. Eclipse developer David Green has announced […]
JavaFX have released a JavaFX 1.2.1 plugin for Eclipse, enabling users to develop, debug, and deploy JavaFX applications in the […]
Just in time for Christmas 2009, the new Grails version 1.2 was released. In this context, JavaMagazin author and Grails expert Marc-Oliver Scheele interviewed the head of Grails; Graeme Rocher. Graeme is the co-founder, project manager and lead developer of the Grails framework.
Frank Sommers, president of Collaborative Data Solutions for Financial Services company, Autospaces, has waded into the Web Development vs. Enterprise IT debate, which came to the forefront following Tim Bray’s ‘Doing It Wrong’ blog entry.
The Apache Software Project have announced the graduation of Apache Pivot as a Top-Level Project (TLP), after joining the Apache […]
Scalamodules have submitted a proposal for a Scala Domain Specific Language (DSL) for OSGi at Eclipse.org; ScalaModules. The project will […]
Open source business intelligence (BI) software developer Jaspersoft has released the first enterprise edition of its business intelligence (BI) software […]
Last week, JAXenter reported that the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has launched a new Community Development website to encourage newbies to get involved in Apache-hosted open source projects. JAXenter spoke with Ross Gardler, service manager and Member of the Apache Software Foundation, about the new website:
Director of Web Technologies at Sun Microsystems and member of the Technorati advisory board Tim Bray, has published a blog […]
HornetQ have announced the release of version 2.0 of their Message Orientated Middleware (MoM)on the open source project’s official blog. […]
In his article, Quo vadis Eclipse?, Holger Voorman ventures a glimpse into the future. He describes, how model changes are visualized in a three-dimensional manner and how he can fly over layers of abstraction by his finger tips. The article explains how this is possible with GEF3D today although we have to use the mouse for navigation.