For my current customer I had to create an rss feed. In the java domain you immediately grab Rome to do the job. There was a catch. My customer wants (with good reason) to have feeds validated by the w3c feed validator. This turned out to be a slightly more complicated job. Luckily Rome [...]
This is the third post in a series of post about grails. In this series I am describing an application I am creating with grails. It is a scheduling application for scheduling people on projects. You can find the previous posts here:
In this post I will discuss the following topics:
For a customer I was thinking about a solution to loosely couple some systems to be integrated with a content management system, hippo cms in this case. I remembered I had a demo for a few times by Iwein Fuld and by Roel Derksen. A few weeks a go, Allard showed a nice demo with [...]
I have reached a new Milestone. More than three years ago I blogged about a framework called Rome. This is a framework that enables you to create Rss feeds without to much hassle. I found the framework and created a base class that was put into springmodules. This blogpost Creating-an-rss-feed-with-spring-and-Rome explains what I have done.