New project aims to increase security, standardise data formats and messaging protocols.
Steve Millidge gives us a WebSocket taster using a combination of languages and a popular Java server.
Johan Vos introduces us to the DataFX project, making JavaFX go beyond its regular functionality.
Looking to scale up their NoSQL support, the infrastructure giant come to undisclosed agreement for industrial strength MongoDB startup.
The data abstraction level project that works in conjunction with JavaFX has hit its first major version and is ready for real-world situations
Mobile backlog causing you problems? Salesforce.com Senior Developer Evangelist Sandeep Bhanot offers up a handy PaaS solution
This week’s irreverent roundup of things from the world of tech and programming. Also featuring Google’s mighty big financial slip and some JSON goodness
In this tutorial, find out how to store and search POJOs in a MarkLogic database without giving up consistency, reliability, or scale.
Big data and analytics go hand-in-hand, yet the technology for processing isn’t at that level. Just yet. Apache Drill, based upon Google Dremel aims to change things. Is it a Hadoop killer? It doesn’t look like it…
With MongoDB claiming its spot as most talked about NoSQL database, new solutions seem to appear daily. Meet one of them managing the joint.
Rising from the embers of the Social Media API, the open source framework Agorava is hoping to inject some life into Java and archaic social media connections
The ‘deeply scalable’ document-graph database has long been lurking around, but after length delays finally
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group have announced the first beta release for the latest iteration of their object-relational database.