Monthly Archives: March 2014

Upcoming GWT releases (2.7 and 3.0) in 2014 and beyond

According to Thomas Broyer, the plans for upcoming releases of GWT changed a little bit. In the comments of a Google+ post, he wrote the following: The plan has shifted a bit. We’ll do a 2.7 near June, and will … Continue reading

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MySQL Branch von Facebook, Google, LinkedIn und Twitter

Unter dem Motto We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Database arbeiten Entwickler von Facebook, Google, LinkedIn und Twitter an WebScaleSQL. Hier handelt es sich offiziell um ein Branch von der aktuellen MySQL 5.6. Eine entsprechende Meldung ist auf dem Entwicklerblog bei Facebook zu … Continue reading

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GWT RPC deserialization vs IE8

Almost every web developer knows the nasty browser popup asking to cancel a long running JavaScript execution. In the case of Internet Explorer this message is “A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly”. This post … Continue reading

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Declaration Merging with TypeScript

Declaration merging is a very interesting feature of TypeScript, the statically typed superset of JavaScript. As you will see, different things can be merged in TypeScript. The merging is always based on matching names, so as soon as two e.g. … Continue reading

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Inner Classes with TypeScript

In TypeScript, there is no exlicit concept like inner classes. So what you cannot do in TypeScript is as follows: You can achieve something similar by merging a class with a module containing the inner class. The merging happens implicitely … Continue reading

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Continuous Delivery Server Go wird Open Source

Im Februar 2014 wurde von Thoughtworks angekündigt, dass der Firmen-eigene Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery Server Go zukünftig unter der “Apache License 2.0” steht und damit als Open Source Software veröffentlicht wird.

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Vagrant 1.5 Released

Vagrant, the free and open-source software for creating and configuring virtual development environments, has been released in version 1.5. A lot of noteworthy improvements and additions have been made to the tool. At a glance, the following features are new … Continue reading

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