codaland
Friday, June 27, 2003
       
Metouia look & feel
Metouia is a Java Plugable Look And Feel, it makes your application look Elegant, Nice and Professional.


Nice L&F. #




Thursday, June 26, 2003
       
jpim
jPim is an Open Source effort to implement a PIM library in Java that provides a reuseable business object model for standard personal information and util packages that provide persistency and marshalling/unmarshalling capabilities. The main focus to get started will be contacts & contact management; however if there is enough community interest, the next step is calendar data & calendar management and then anything else that qualifies within a reasonable understanding of "personal information". The developed library should be accessible from any Java executeable context (i.e. Applet, Application, Web Application etc.).
#




Wednesday, June 25, 2003
       
Dynamically Creating PDFs in a Web Application
iText is an open source pure Java class library for creating and manipulating PDF documents. Bruno Lowagie and Paulo Soares lead the project. The iText API enables a Java developer to programmatically create PDF documents. iText delivers a rich set of features:


* Support for both PDF and FDF documents
* Various page sizes
* Landscape or portrait layouts
* Margins
* Tables
* Hyphenation
* Page headers
* Page footers
* Page numbering
* Barcodes
* Fonts
* Colors
* Document encryption
* JPEG, GIF, PNG, and WMF images
* Ordered and unordered lists
* Shading
* Watermarks
* Document templates

iText is an open source library. At the time of this writing, the iText software is available under a dual license: the Mozilla Public License (MPL) and the LGPL.
#


       
Transaction and redelivery in JMS
During architecture, design, and implementation, you must carefully consider using Java Message Service's (JMS) various transaction options. For a simple approach, you wouldn't use transactions; instead you would use acknowledgement modes, such as automatic, duplicates okay, and client. Another option uses transacted session for sending and receiving messages. Message-driven beans (MDBs) with container-managed transaction demarcation (CMTD) or with bean-managed transaction demarcation (BMTD) provides yet another alternative. This article clearly presents the available transaction options and carefully considers these options' impact on message redelivery. You'll gain a better knowledge of using JMS efficiently and effectively.
#




Tuesday, June 24, 2003
       
Jan Newmarch's Guide to JINI Technologies
Jini grew from early work in Java to make distributed computing easier. It intends to make ``network devices'' and ``network computing'' into standard components of everyone's computing environment. When you buy a new piece of office computing equipment such as a desk lamp, or a new home computer appliance such as an alarm clock, it will not only carry out its ``traditional'' functions but will also join into a network of other computer devices and services. The desk lamp will turn itself off when you leave your desk, informed by sensors in your chair; the alarm clock will tell your coffee maker to switch on a few minutes before it wakes you up.
#




blogroll:

winer
slashdot
javalobby
the server side
developerWorks
news.com
dotnet247
dotnet junkies
gotdotnet
sam gentile
sam ruby
paul prescod
.net guy
0xdecafbad
jon udell
john robb
dj's
rebelutionary
blogging roller
desktop fishbowl
servlets.com
cafe au lait
be blogging
kevin burton
paradox1x
james strachan
the truth is out there
brett morgan
blogging roller #2
joe's jelly
psquad's corner
zopen-x
rickard oberg
the saturn times
russel beattie
gerhard froelich
pete drayton
clemens vaster
weakliem
reinacker
drew
wagner
ingo rammer
ken rawlings
system.error.emit
tomas
simon fell
bit working
justin rudd
chris sells
john lam
jim murphy
brian jepson
john burkhardt
matt pope
better living through software
windley
caetano
kulchenko
loosely coupled
understanding software engineering
rest lst,rdf-interest lst,tag lst ucapi lst
archives:


A man, his puppy, and a double barreled shotgun.

Powered by Blogger