OpenXava: Rapid Development of AJAX Enterprise Applications with Java
OpenXava is a framework for rapid development of AJAX business applications using Java. It is easy to learn and one can have an application up in no time. At the same time, OpenXava is extensible, customizable and the application code is structured in a very pure object oriented way, allowing you to develop arbitrarily complex applications.
JxBrowser: A Tool for Seamless Integration of a Web Browser into a Java App
Currently JxBrowser is TeamDev’s flagship Java-native integration product. The reason for that is a wide range of functions that literary transfer the native browser user experience into a Java application. JxBrowser supports IE, Mozilla and Safari on Windows, Mac and Linux, thus providing maximum flexibility in multi-platform development. Naturally, the product did not come from nowhere. This is the story for one good product, which we are proud to talk of.
How Adobe Flex can help to save on application development costs
Rich Internet Application (RIA) technologies in general and Adobe Flex in particular promise richness, usability and productivity exceeding those of today’s web applications. As with most of relatively new technologies on the market, RIA also promises lower cost of development and maintenance.
The Agile Scaling Model (ASM): Adapting Agile Methods for Complex Environments
Scott W. Ambler
Agile software development is an evolutionary, highly collaborative, disciplined, quality-focused approach to software development, whereby potentially shippable working software is produced at regular intervals for review and course correction. Agile software development processes include Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Open Unified Process (OpenUP), and Agile Modeling (AM), to name a few.
When an application is launched, the system creates a thread called „main” for the application. The main thread is also called the UI thread. Everything you do is by default executed in this thread. For example, when you press a button, the onClickEvent of this button is handled in this UI thread.
Pubishing your first App for the iPhone or iPad ine the App Store, or how to wake up one day as a millionaire thanks to your skills, gifts and imagination
Earning money with your hobby might be the very best thing that can happen to you on the professional ground. If you are one of the few that can afford it – congratulation! If not – why not try App Store – a gold mine, prison, paradise and hell of newbie one-man-army publishers and developers.
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