The Hibernate team have announced completion of the first phase of migrating Hibernate.org to the JBoss community portal. The ‘Project […]
The first chapter of the ‘Continuous Integration with Hudson‘ open source book, is now available to download. The book claims […]
Eclipse Helios M6 Packages are now available to download.
Version 1.1.0 of the SyntheticaAddons for the Synthetica component suite, is now available to download. SyntheticaAddons provide additional components, UI-delegates […]
The binary-based object serialisation protocol and library MessagePack has been updated to add extra support for Ruby. Issues with the […]
The first milestone release of jetty-hightide-8 is now available to download. Hightide is a distribution of the Jetty open source […]
Sten Anderson has released the source code for the Family Tree Visualiser that was released as part of JFXStudio. The […]
The deadline for the JavaFXpert RIA Exemplar Challenge has been extended to 30 days after the JavaFX 1.3 SDK has been released. The organisers have decided that the upcoming JavaFX 1.3 will have some features relevant to the goals of the challenge.
Version 6.0 of Substance is now available to download. Substance aims to provide a library for creating visually appealing and […]
A release candidate for Trident 1.2 is now available to download. Trident is an animation library for Java applications. Version […]
Apple have added several new features to its public beta of iwork.com, a platform where users could upload their iWork files for viewing, commentary, and downloading by others. Crucially, others cannot edit the documents, ala Google Docs.
Chris Aniszczyk has announced that he has decided to join Linux and open source technology providers Red Hat, citing “a […]
Version 3.5 of the Eclipse plugin for visualising Java sourcecode, is now available to download. Sourcecode Visualizer 3.5 draws a […]
JAXenter spoke with co-lead of the EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0 specifications, and co-author of the ‘Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API’ reference book, Mike Keith, about the increasing overlap between OSGi and Java EE, and how this new relationship could effect future versions of the Java EE.