SOME GOOD NEWS
JavaOne2011 Announces its Call for Papers
Since the start of this JavaOne project every year the Java community demonstrates hordes of most amazing and unique approaches and ideas regarding Java technology utilizing. Every year demonstrated at this conference are the most amazing ideas and proposals from well-known as well as new members of Java community. This year the JavaOne conference will be held on October 2-6. Share your outstanding topic, submit your proposal till May 23, and showcase it on larger scale! We welcome well-recognized Java developers as well as beginners, who are especially encouraged to submit their proposals for demonstration of their creativity that otherwise may stay unknown and will be lost to larger Java society.
Third Milestone Release for the Apache Directory LDAP API 1.0.0 now Available
The third milestone of the Apache Directory LDAP API 1.0.0 has been released and is available now. The project is aimed as a replacement for the existing LDAP API as well as for JNDI. Being a schema aware, extensible API, targeting the Apache Directory Server, Apache Directory LDAP API is expected to work with any LDAP server as well. Several other new milestone versions of this first RC are expected to be released in near future as well.
Release of EMFText 1.3.4
The EMFText Eclipse plugin has been released a new Version 1.3.4 that is mainly aimed for defining of textual Domain Specific Languages. Among the new features it offers are a custom syntax wizard as well as the WebTest basic script language for testing of functional website upon its being updated. Version 1.3.4 also offers enhancement of the new project wizard.
Gant’s Update for Groovy 1.8.0
The newly released Gant tool’s Version 1.9.4 is an update of the tool for implementation of scripting Ant tasks employing Groovy. This release makes Gant more compatible with the Groovy’s recently released version1.8.0.
RichFaces 4 Support and Maven Added to Metawidget 1.5
The recently released Version 1.5 of the Metawidget Object User Interface Mapping tool had added some more support for RichFaces 4 and Maven. And the ConfigReader’s metawidget.xml syntax has also been enhanced in order to become able to use ID and refID for referring between different settings.
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