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At Share 2011 in Orlando, GT Software showed Ivory Service Architect with support for Web services that natively access CA IDMS programs. This widens the integration options for IDMS.
June 10, 2011
Microsoft’s Windows 8 will include, among other things, touch-centric capabilities. It may not work for enterprises today, but IT executives see potential as applications evolve.
October 14, 2010
The jQuery open source library and framework has gained greater attention among a slate of frameworks that includes Dojo, Prototype, GWT and others. Designers – and some developers too – may employ jQuery to ease JavaSript-based ...
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HTML5 guide: The advent of HTML5 signals a new wave of Web programming methods, and a new slate of standards for enterprise application development. Continue Reading
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OAuth (Open Authorization) allows Web application users to move from site to site without an additional login. It has gained exceptional attention of late in the world of services and security. Continue Reading
Consumer applications built with mashup techniques have become commonplace and yet enterprise mashups are still hovering somewhere just outside the mainstream. Continue Reading
HTML, the HyperText Markup Language, is an essential part of the Internet experience. HTML5 is one part of what WHATWG sees as essential to the future of Web applications. Continue Reading
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In his book, Michael Orginz discusses Alerter, Leading Indicator, API Enabler, Infinite Monkeys and Time Series patterns, among others. Together these can be viewed as a set of Harvesting patterns. Continue Reading
This chapter, excerpted from "Oracle Database Ajax and PHP Web Application Development," discusses how to personally customize your applications using mashups. Continue Reading
The reverse Ajax, or Ajax Push, technique of streaming data asynchronously from server to browser, aka Comet, holds a lot promise for those looking to build real-time, event-based services. Continue Reading