Some time a go I had a chat with Alef Arendsen. We talked about flex and the integration with springframework. As a lot of you know, I wrote a few posts about that topic. We talked about what the springframework could do to make life easier for spring developers when using flex and BlazeDS. At [...]
Some time a go I wrote an item about refactoring a library. This post was about ict books, and how you can limit the amount of physical books. At the end I discussed a way to refactor your library by loosing books. It turns out I was/am in a need for a good search engine. [...]
Recently, SpringSource released the first version of their DM server. The SpringSource DM Server provides the ability to build enterprise web applications. In the basis, S2DM is a fine mixture of Equinox and Tomcat.
Building OSGi-based web applications was already possible, but it is tedious and error prone work. The typical hello-world example was [...]
Author’s note: this is an article that I co-authoredwith a colleague, Robert van der Steen. It has also been published in our company newsletter.
Many of the applications we write for our clients nowadays use the service paradigm: a dedicated and often reusable component within the application that is responsible for [...]
So far I have written a few posts mainly about the implementation of security and flex. In this post I want to focus on a the usage of flex in a more general sense. For the experienced flex programmer, this might not be a very interesting post, still you might find something interesting. For all [...]
At the moment I am doing a proof of concept for a customer together with two developers from the customer and a developer from Hippo. We are using the future product of hippo, Hippo 7. It is a nice technology stack using JackRabbit for the content repository and wicket as a view technology for the [...]
Ben his article “Consultancy” != “Cover your ass” is all about ethics and “How to Help your Customer in the Best Possible Way“. Recently, but also quite often in the past, I was involved in RFI & RFP processes and i can say, I was good at it. Master in discovering the hot buttons of [...]
Although initially sceptic I have decided after checking with Jettro to put the press release also on our Gridshore blog. I can not deny that we have around 400 to 500 hits a day, which is more than most sites can tell. The Whitepaper is in Dutch, it covers a specific Dutch topic and is [...]