AJAX redirect example

I’ve been having a good discussion with some ACEGI users about my patch for AJAX and ACEGI. There are a number of other solutions out there and some contention about redirects and AJAX. The W3C specification for the XMLHttpRequest states that all browsers must support redirects transparently. Here’s the link: http://www.w3.org/TR/XMLHttpRequest/ The specific section is: […]

JDK 5 enums

I read this weeks JavaLobby newsletter and I noticed another post by Shai about JDK 5 features. More of a rant than a post about how the JDK 5 features suck and all that. I disagree that the features suck but agree the implementation is lacking. JDK 5 could really have done some wonderful things […]

Bluprints 0.4 released

Bluprints 0.4 is released. The website has a lot more information about how to use it and it also has the JavaDoc available for those that want to code directly against the API. This release has a bunch of new features including namespacing and multiple files and much more. You can read up about it […]

I stand corrected

I stand corrected with respect to the Java.net SubVersion support. I did go to the second page previously, but Java.net can be slow at times and the page did not completely load (honestly), so I assumed the option didn’t exist. Here’s a snapshot of the option: But, since I had been monkeying around with it […]

Java.net SubVersion is missing?

I got a response in my comments from someone at CollabNet (probably should ping Brian and see what he says) and she said that Java.net has SubVersion and you can select it during sign up. Here’s what I see at sign up – no SubVersion. Am I missing something?

Google Code

Dan Moore posted about my Google Projects idea and apparently Google is already doing this. It’s called Google Code and is available at http://code.google.com. Naturally I needed to see what they had done with it. First off they decided not to tag it as beta like they do so many other things they release. Here’s […]