VisualLangLab is now available to download from java.net. VisualLangLab is an IDE for creating, testing, and running LL(*) parsers using […]
In part two of our interview, JAXenter asks Jason van Zyl about m2eclipse, the P2 project, Polyglot Maven, and whether we might see a merger between IAM and m2eclipse, in the future…….
Agile consultants Xebia predict a considerable rise in the use of Scala in 2010. Xebia cites the adoption of Scala […]
“I’m having a hard time understanding all the Maven bashing that takes place these days,” begins a blog post by Maven enthusiast Joseph Hirn.
jaxenter caught up with JAX London speaker and author of ‘JavaServer Faces in Action,’ Kito Mann, to ask him about JSF support for Scala, Spring and Groovy, and how to integrate emerging JVM languages with JavaServer Faces Polyglot.
Scalamodules, which proposes to “”employ the power of the Scala programming language to ease OSGi development” has been approved as […]
After releasing the first beta of Scala 2.8, the Scala team have released a new ‘Get Started with Scala 2.8 […]
Version 200210 of Scala-based learning environment Kojo, has been released. Kojo is a desktop based software-application that aims to introduce […]
The Multiverse team have released version 0.4 of their open source Software Transactional Memory (STM) implementation for the Java platform. […]
Today, JAX London is running in parallel with OSGi DevCon London, with up to four sessions running concurrently. JAX London […]
Today saw the first ever JAX conference in London, with an opening day timetable concentrating on Ruby on Rails, JavaServer […]
Alexander Azarov has released a new ‘mongo-scala-driver’ wrapper that aims to make working with MongoDB more ‘Scala-like.’ In pursuit of […]
The Twitter team have created a new webpage dedicated to the open source projects they have released or contributed to. […]
Are there too many programming languages? Is it time to put a few to bed? Nikita Ivanov, a member of […]