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Thanks to this post by Marco Cantù, I’ve found two interesting articles by Justin James about the future of the Embarcadero/CodeGear development environments: CodeGear: Working hard to rejuvenate its legacy; CodeGear: Extending the Borland legacy to Ruby and PHP developers. Justin states that ”CodeGear’s .NET products are expanding in...Read More..
Arun Gupta has posted an interesting presentation which introduces GlassFish and related technologies (Metro, JRuby-on-GlassFish and jMaki). Click here to download the pdf.Read More..
Mono 1.2.6 has been released. This new version permits to develop Silverlight 1.1 and ASP.NET AJAX applications for the Linux platform. Click here to download.Read More..
Click here to read a list of the new features. Download it from here.Read More..
In this screencast Aaron Gupta shows how to create secure and reliable web services using GlassFish, Metro and the new NetBeans 6.0 IDE.Read More..
WSO2 Web Services Framework for Ruby (WSO2 WSF/Ruby) is a Ruby extension to WSO2 WSF/C which can be used for both consuming and providing Web Services in Ruby.Read More..
I’m using the new NetBeans 6.0 Release Candidate 1 as a Ruby IDE for test purposes, it seems to work very well. I’ve found these useful screencasts: How to develop a JRuby application with NetBeans and GlassFish, by Aron Gupta (click here to watch); How...Read More..
I’ve just tried to run PHP applications inside IBM WebSphere 2.0 Community Edition using the free PHP Integration Kit available on the IBM site, but it seems no more supported. A better tool, based on a Open Source project called PHP/Java Bridge, can be downloaded...Read More..
Click here to read an article explaining the configuration of a Fedora 8 Server using LAMP, Email, DNS, FTP, ISPConfig. If you use other distributions take a look here: The perfect server using Debian Etch (Debian 4.0); The perfect server setup using Linux OpenSuse 10.3...Read More..