Using Spring, it is easy to inject any instance with its dependencies, as long as the instance is managed by the Spring container. This typically means that the to-be injected beans are configured in the XML configuration. However, sometimes, it
It’s not about the language, people….
Following a trackback to your own blog entry can be interesting from time to time. Today, for instance, I was led to an interesting blog from quite some years ago on the sys-con site by Michael Yuan entitled “Is Ruby
What did 800 visitors a day bring to our blog and why we are going to pass the 1000!
Curious? No it was not (yet) the news on ISIS Papyrus, neither was it the fact I almost won the Pullitzer price (I have first to write sensible things) read on…
Flex remoting without configuring the client
For a while I am experimenting with flex. I wrote quite some posts about flex and security and I started writing about the Springframework BlazeDS Integration project. One thing that I do not really like about the configuration is the
widgets for the mac
Sunday morning, it is raining, and I am playing with the new mac. I was browsing through the default bookmarks and stumbled upon the widgets download page. Usually I do not use these nifty little apps a lot. Which is
The parable of the lightbulb
The other day I noticed that a bulb had burned out in my room. Which meant that I had to get a new bulb and replace the one that had failed. The act of replacing the bulb, perhaps surprisingly, led
Connecting to Hippo ecm using a springframework connector
Since my last article about springframework and hippo “Roadtrip from springframework to hippo 7” I have made a lot of changes to the code and moved my project to the hippo forge. With this post I want to explain what
Creating the flex client using Spring ActionScript
In my previous post I have created a flex client with a BlazeDS back-end using the spring blazeds integration. If you are familiar with the springframework, the configuration became a lot easier at the server side. Still I had some