Monthly Archives: February 2012

Twitter’s Bootstrap 2.0 released

Twitter recently released Bootstrap 2.0. Bootstrap is a open-source HTML/CSS toolkit (Apache 2 licence) to build modern websites or web applications. It’s not a framework but a set of css styles and jQuery plugins to help kick starting your application … Continue reading

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WebSocket API im Java Standard ab 2013?

Die  Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) hat im Dezember 2011 das schon länger diskutierte WebSocket Protokoll im Dezember 2011 als Internet Standard vorgelegt. Oracle hat diese Woche mit JSR 356: Java API for WebSocket den auch von SAP und RedHat unterstützen Vorschlag gemacht, … Continue reading

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Mutability Detector

Das Schreiben von unveränderbaren (Immutable) Klassen bietet viele Vorteile, z. B. bei der nebenläufigen Programmierung. Der Zustand von Instanzen aus unveränderbaren Klassen kann nach der Erzeugung nicht mehr verändert werden. Java bietet dafür keine native Unterstützung, man muß stattdessen bei … Continue reading

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ICEFaces just a copy of PrimeFaces?

Just stumbled over this on Twitter: PrimeFaces lead developer accuses ICESoft to copy source code from PrimeFaces. According to PrimeFaces official blog post, 90% of the new ACE component libraries code is based on PrimeFaces. Furthermore, the code seems to … Continue reading

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ICEFaces 3.0 released

ICESoft has released version 3.0 of their popular JSF library. ICEFaces comes with the set of already known components as well as a second library called “ACE components”. The release notes describe them to be more focused on the client … Continue reading

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The free lunch is over. Now welcome to the hardware jungle.

Einer der am häufigsten zitierten Artikel zum Thema Concurrency in Software ist “The Free Lunch is Over” von Herb Sutter aus dem Jahre 2004. Mit “Welcome to the Jungle” ist nun endlich ein Nachfolger erschienen, der zeigt, dass in den … Continue reading

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JSON as core type in PostgreSQL 9.2

It looks like PostgreSQL 9.2 will get a JSON core type. Additionally, there will be functions to produce JSON data from database queries: query_to_json() array_to_json() row_to_json() Here is a simple example that uses the new query_to_json function: This query will produce … Continue reading

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