The Eclipse Virgo homepage is now live! Virgo is a module-based Java application server for running Java and Spring-powered applications. […]
Is Palm planning to part ways with webOS? According to Wired, that is rumoured to be the case.
Version 0.10.0 of the Spree open source e-commerce framework for Ruby on Rails, is now available to download. Spree now […]
The Rit team have announced the first public release of their standalone web application for editing and scheduling content in […]
Opentaps have announced the release of version 1.4 of Open Source ERP + CRM, their ERP and CRM solution. The […]
Oracle have announced a community briefing on the GlassFish implementation of the Java EE 6 platform specification.
While the Eclipse e4 project is currently placing on emphasis on strengthening the Eclipse platform as a generic application framework, Eclipse maintains its primary function as an integrated development environment.
In the past developers have had to deal with a lack of flexibility in the Eclipse IDE, when it comes to the requirements of complex development projects. In this article, E4-committer Serge Beauchamp discusses how e4 will bring more flexibility to the project management structure.
JBoss have announced two new releases: JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform version 5.0, and JBoss Developer Studio 3.0
Google have released a beta of version 1.13 of Skipfish. The open source web application security hole scanner features automatic […]
Palm have announced a $1 million ‘Hot Apps’ contest for mobile app developers.
Version 2.2 of the Parrot virtual machine for the Rakudo Perl 6 implementation, is now available from the Parrot website. […]
Version 1.5.6 of the embeddable directory server, Apache Directory Server, is now available. New for version 1.5.6 are LDIF based […]
Rentalic and appbackr have been announced as the first and second place winners, respectively, of the PayPal X Developer Challenge.
EEF project lead Goulwen Le Fur has blogged about the latest features of Acceleo and EEF, released as part of […]