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Servlet 3.0: Java Web Application

Java Servlet technology provides Web developers with a simple, consistent mechanism for extending the functionality of a Web server and for accessing existing business systems. A servlet can almost be thought of as an applet that runs on the server side–without a face. Java servlets make many Web applications possible. The Servlet arrangement has not undergone any major kinds of changes. The freshly added...

Ruby on Rails 1.0 Released

Ruby on Rails is an interesting open source framework system designed to create web applications based on the new programming language – Ruby. The system designed intends to be used by the web developers looking for faster web application developing methods. The system allows you to design complex web applications in just a few days time that previously took several weeks or even months to be created and...

Zimbra: Takes Web E-mail Offline

Have you ever wanted to get your webmail on your desktop? Yahoo’s Zimbra Desktop does just that. Zimbra does lot more with web-based access to your Gmail, Yahoo or even Exchange mail. As a desktop application that even works offline. The E-mail software company Zimbra released an early version of Zimbra Desktop on Sunday. Web-based alternative to existing mail server clients as Microsoft Exchange and outlook,...

Drupal Goes Hosted, Launches Gardens in Private Beta

Drupal Gardens was launched into private beta. Since the first public Drupal Gardens demo at Drupal Con Paris, a lot of progress has been made. Drupal Gardens is a hosted version of Drupal so you don’t have to worry about installation, hosting or upgrading. Drupal comes well equipped with multi-user blogging, commenting, forums, custom content types, and advanced user management. Drupal Gardens should...

PHP 5.3.1 Released: Security Beefed Up

The new version of PHP 5.3 division is PHP 5.3.1. It has been developed by the PHP team recently. This specific version of PHP maintains the vital core of 5.3 PHP engine. Its done by looking after the steadiness and safety. As many as above 100 bugs have been fixed to all over frame work by the PHP team people. The original version of Personal Home Pages was released in 1995 by Rasmus Leordrof. The PHP reached...

ALPHA CMS 2.2: Review

Designing web pages, creating add-ons and also the various CMS couldn’t ever be as easy as it is using the ALPHA CMS. ALPHA CMS – An MVC based A.P.I Content Management System is mainly based on JavaScript, PHP, Smarty and MySQL. The downloadable version of the ALPHA 2.2 version is now available and ready for your use. The up gradations are completely automated that makes it extremely user friendly. You can...

Fixed Table Header With jQuery

Wouldn’t be nice to have HTML tables with many columns and rows and after scrolling it down the table header will stay up? Very handy for those who has tall tables on their websites, and when the visitors scroll the table down, they will never forget context of the cell because the table header will never scroll out of view. This effect is gained by creating two tables and stacking them on top of each other,...

Abracadaban: First Social Ad Builder Marketplace

Abracadaban.com is an online marketplace where professional, semi-professional or amateur designers can post and sell customizable Ad banner to clients needing digital media products. In doing so, it establishes itself as an alternative to high-priced, dominant ad agencies. As a community, Abracadaban aims to democratize the advertising process and provide an alternative (and consistent) source of revenue for...

Surreal CMS: Another Remotely Hosted CMS

Maybe you remember my post about Pagelime CMS. Surreal CMS is another Content Management System (CMS) which is remotely hosted. This CMS was designed with such simplicity in mind that most people who can browse the internet will be able to use Surreal CMS with little or no training. The main principle of remote content management is in defining editable regions on each webpage using class=”editable”....

Appcelerator Titanium Opens New Horizons

Most of you already know what Appcelerator Titanium is. For those who not, be advised that Appcelerator Titanium lets you build rich, native desktop and mobile phones applications with the web technologies you use today. Yes, all you need to know is HTML, CSS and JavaScript and you are ready to build applications for Windows, MAC OS X, Linux platforms as well as for iPhone and Android. As I have briefly informed...

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