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June 02, 2010
HTML5 still lags behind other Rich Internet Application platforms like Flash, Flex and Silverlight, says Forrester analyst Jeffrey Hammond. While a video codec battle creates delays, front end Web developers report some success. Hammond says ...
July 06, 2009
Mobile application development is attracting Web developers as Mobile app dev's once high barrier to entry is lowered.
November 03, 2008
Software component reuse is catching on and paying off, said the head of Evans Data, which recently surveyed developers on their SOA project experiences.
October 02, 2008
The Ajax landscape continues to be a place of many frameworks, but several of these library frameworks seem to have gained ground in terms of general acceptance. They are also beginning to take on similar traits. In some cases, they have even shared...
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The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a general framework for how to describe any Internet resource such as a Web site and its content. Continue Reading
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The San Diego Department of Child Support Services took its ColdFusion skills forward into the world of Web 2.0 when it created a new RIA view for a child services agency calendaring system. Continue Reading
Wizard technology for mashing up data services can help enterprise database administrators, as well as a new generation of 'mashup authors,' WSO2 director shows. Continue Reading
Microsoft's new Astoria framework targets the creation of REST Web services and provides interfaces with data services and Ajax development. Continue Reading
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Ed Tittel discusses the evolution of RDF from its conception and how it provides a well-documented way to represent metadata about Web resources. Continue Reading
This article discusses the various points of views for Web Services for Remote Portals (WSRP). Continue Reading
In this article, Jason Bloomberg talks about the collision of two distinct areas of discussion within the blogosphere, mashups and Service-Oriented Architecture. Continue Reading
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This second part of a two-part article looks at what BEA's acquisition of Plumtree means to the future of Web services and service-oriented architecture. Continue Reading
While Web services were initially conceived to execute as standalone pieces of software for interoperability purposes, their actual use has exploded into many application realms. In this article, we will explore yet another area in which Web ... Continue Reading
In this first part of a two-part column, Preston Gralla looks at what analysts say about why BEA wanted Plumtree and whether the move is a good one. Continue Reading