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 lightweight Java platform for hosting and aggregating OpenSocial widgets has completed its incubation phase and gets top billing
JSR 357 – Social Media API proposed by Werner Keil isn’t approved by JCP after raising concerns over scope of project. Java isn’t jumping on a standardised social media bandwagon yet.
We asked the Anglo-Finnish company about recent developments after unleashing their Social Media SDK into the wider Java community.
Spring Roo 1.1.0.M3 extends integration with Google Web Toolkit 2.1.0.M3.
IBM has unveiled a tool to mine data from social media sources such as wikis, RSS feeds, blogs and Twitter, […]
Fast growing social networking project Foursquare has been ported to the Scala/Lift web framework. This includes the Foursquare website, mobile […]