Archiv der Kategorie: Engineering

Vaadin 6.6.0 is here (there)

… Based on this, we have mobile device support with native look-and-feel coming up a little later. The TouchKit Add-on v2 is on its way and will follow Vaadin 6.6 next month. This release will bring you widgets that fit seamlessly first to IPhone and later releases will then support iPad and Android devices….

URL’s for Vaadin 6.6.0 aka „San Francisco“:

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New Google Tool Tells You How to Make Your Site Faster

New Google Tool Tells You How to Make Your Site Faster.

Google has released Page Speed Online, a Google Labs project that analyzes any website for its speed and gives suggestions on how to improve it.

The experimental tool is straightforward to use; just type in a website and Google will come back with suggestions for how to improve that website’s speed. The suggestions are ranked as either High, Medium or Low. In addition, Google displays which rules of thumb a website is already following. Each website also gets an over score out of 100.“

via Mashable.

Kod – ein neuer Code-Editor für OS X

Der Entwickler Rasmus Andersson arbeitet an einem neuen Code-Editor für Mac OS X. Der Kod genannte Editor soll besonders flink sein, setzt auf ein schlankes Interface und konsequent auf moderne Technik.
Kod ist auf parallele Bearbeitung ausgelegt, um Multi-Core-Prozessoren möglichst gut auszunutzen. Aufgaben wie das Laden von Dateien oder Syntax Highlighting werden über vorhandene CPU-Kerne verteilt, um Wartezeiten zu minimieren. Syntax Highlighting steht derzeit für mehr als 65 Sprachen zur Verfügung, denn Kod nutzt dazu die gleiche Syntax wie GNU Syntax Highlight.

Screenshot

Goals and features

  • Fully concurrent — loading files, syntax highlighting, etc is distributed across available CPU cores. Minimal waiting time.
  • Integrated scripting environment based on Node.js.
  • Written from scratch with modern OS X 10.6 APIs providing maximum OS integration while avoiding reinvention of the wheel.
  • Sports a Chromium-like user interface where tabs can be torn off and moved between windows.
  • Allows editing (although not saving, currently) remote files accessible over HTTP or HTTPS.
  • Styling of the editor (not only the syntax highlighting) through regular CSS 3.
  • Comes with support for over 65 different languages/syntaxes which can easily be edited or extended (Kod uses the same format as GNU Syntax Highlight).

via: golem.de

Facebook ändert Breite des Content Bereiches auf 520px

Ab Ende Juli 2010 wird der Content Bereich für Pages und Apps neu gesetzt. Die Breite wird dann statt 760px nur noch 520px betragen.

Link: insidefacebook.com

Weblogic, sql-taglib and JNDI: DataSource invalid: No suitable driver found

On a Weblogic 10 environment, you may get an error like
javax.servlet.ServletException: javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: Unable to get connection, DataSource invalid: „java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for jndi_ds
if you are using the sql-taglib to access your JNDI name from the Weblogic application server, configured via the Weblogic console.

The solution is quiet simple, but not that good documented. It is not possible to use the paramter „driver“ inside the sql:setDataSource – tag. You rather have to promote the JNDI name in your web.xml like this:

<resource-ref>
<res-ref-name>jndi_ds</res-ref-name>
<res-type>javax.sql.DataSource</res-type>
<res-auth>Container</res-auth>
</resource-ref>

Than you can set the dataSource with the sql:setDataSource – tag like this:

<sql:setDataSource dataSource="jndi_ds" />

and finally use the sql-taglib as you did in any other environment like Tomcat server and so on.

Software Update: Windows Process Hacker

Process Hacker is a free and open source process viewer and memory editor with unique features such as powerful process termination and a Regex memory searcher. It can show services, processes and their threads, modules, handles and memory regions.

It requires Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above, 32-bit or 64-bit and the .net Framework 2.0.

Download @ Sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/processhacker

How to export only changed files of a SVN revision

  1. Using TortoiseSVN, right-click on your working folder and select “Show Log” from the TortoiseSVN menu.
  2. Click the revision that was last published, e.g. rev 123. This is your „base“ revision.
  3. Ctrl+Click the HEAD or latest revision or the revision you want to release, e.g. rev 200 — so that both revisions are highlighted.
  4. Right-click on either of the highlighted revisions and select “Compare revisions.” This will open a dialog window that lists all new/modified files.
  5. Select all files from this list (Ctrl+a) then right-click on the highlighted files and select “Export selection to…”