After an extended 16 months of development, the seventh version of Java web framework Vaadin has been released.
The first dedicated hardware for Mozillas web-based OS is unveiled, albeit without release dates or price tags.
Our exploration of Londons startup scene continues with a music-centric social network begun as a lazy weekend project.
The date and venue are set. Now its time to get your session abstracts in.
To prove Zuckerberg wrong, two Sencha developers have developed an HTML5 web interface called Fastbook.
The innovative Java EE specification that simplified web-application development is showing steady progress
Having sparked a browser revolution, the open source browser now has its sights trained on the mobile market.
Six months on from the initial arrival, the modernised Tomcat gets a fresh lick of paint
We take a look at RC1 of the new browser-based IDE hoping to become your new favourite place for web development.
JAX Conference Chair Sebastian Meyen offers his views on what changes Java needs to make to continue along the right path
Its been in the works for 4 years, but JVM framework Atmosphere has shown its been worth the wait. Can it lead the way for modern internet application development?
First misunderstanding, then huge semipopularity, and now, respect. Despite its many obvious deficiencies, Java’s stupid little brother has gotten something profoundly right. What does the future hold for this duckling?
Fred Daoud introduces us to the Java Stripes Web Framework. Low-key but packs a punch.
Great news everyone – JAX London is back this October and you can submit your proposals right now…