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The Biggest Loser's Next Contestant: Java Bloatware
bridged. This is a logical consequence of the rise of POJO middleware. The same underlying platform should be able to address web and SOA requirements. Spring already provides a consistent component model across different deployment scenarios (something that Gartner have also repeatedly mentioned); a similar
Simple templates for the Scripted Editor
are active. Sublime has a more complex notion of scopes, which are not (yet) implemented in Scripted. Next comes the array of completions. A single string element (e.g., php) will add that entry to the list of content assist proposals if the prefix matches. Slightly more complex are the entries with trigger
Bundlor Version Expansion and Property Substitution
the supplied property is not a valid OSGi version then Bundlor will fail with an exception stating that the supplied property was not a valid version string. The first three segments of this version number can be substituted in the expansion as follows: = Equal to the value from the variable [+/-]n Adjust
nosql
management platform providing dynamic scalability, high performance, and database-like persistence. Redis. Data structure server wherein keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets, and sorted sets. Cassandra. Database that provides scalability and high availability without compromising performance. memcached
javascript-modules
value, rather than define a type. In practice, most JavaScript modules export an object literal, a function, or a constructor. Modules that export a string containing an HTML template or a CSS stylesheet are also common. ECMAScript, the JavaScript standards body, expects to ratify a final specification
Better DSL support in Groovy-Eclipse
newly created file, uncomment the sample text. ```groovy currentType(subType('groovy.lang.GroovyObject')).accept { property name : 'newProp', type : String, provider : 'Sample DSL', doc : 'This is a sample. You should see this in content assist for all GroovyObjects: newProp' } ``` Inside the DSLD you
PayloadDocumentation
object containing "b" a.b An array containing three objects a.b[] An array containing three objects a.b[].c An array containing the strings "one" and "two" a.b[].d The string "three" Returns a Snippet that will document the fields of the API operations'srequest payload. The fields will be documented using
PayloadDocumentation
object containing "b" a.b An array containing three objects a.b[] An array containing three objects a.b[].c An array containing the strings "one" and "two" a.b[].d The string "three" Returns a Snippet that will document the fields of the API operations'srequest payload. The fields will be documented using
Deploying GWT Applications in SpringSource dm Server - Part 1
It is worth noting that I am not using the Spring Framework anywhere in these first two blogs. Integration between Spring and GWT is a subject in itself and I want to try to keep each blog as focused as possible. In the third blog, I will show how to use Spring to publish and consume OSGi services and
Deploying GWT Applications in SpringSource dm Server - Part 2
number of GWT applications. You can think of it as extending our dm Server with GWT remoting capabilities. As mentioned in Part 1, I am not using the Spring Framework in this second blog posting, rather I am focusing on the SpringSource dm Server™ and SpringSource Tool Suite to deploy “pure” GWT. Please