Monthly Archives: May 2013

jQuery 2.0 released – drops support for old IEs (IE 6 – 8)

The jQuery team has released version 2.0 of the popular JavaScript library jQuery. There are no new features, but support for older Internet Explorer versions (IE6, IE7 and IE8) has been dropped, resulting in a smaller file size (reduced by … Continue reading

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JSF Performance Tuning

I had the chance to talk about JSF performance tuning at JAX Con in Mainz, Germany. The slides are available only in German, so here is an English summary of what I was talking about. Introduction Performance-tuning and -optimisation for … Continue reading

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EGit will have recursive merge strategy in upcoming version 2.4

Although EGit is a nice tool for working with Git in Eclipse, it has the problem that its merge strategy differs from the strategy of the official Git command line client – until now. The Git command line client uses … Continue reading

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