Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Eclipse Zone (October 17 - October 24). Here they are, in order of popularity:
When using a bootloader, then I usually protect the bootloader FLASH areas, so it does not get accidentally erased by the application. When programming my boards with the P&E Multilink, then the P&E firmware will automatically unlock and erase the chip. That’s not the same if working with the Segger J-Link, as it requires extra steps.
It’s not always easy to determine what end users who interact with data really need... To help you understand the challenge, this post describes the four categories of end users: Content Viewers, Data Discoverers, Content Creators, and Query Experts.
Companies around the globe are looking to make their web content accessible for the visually impaired. But they want to do so in the most efficient, knowledge-based way they can, so that they don’t make mistakes and waste needless funds in the process. To do that, they need the right information.
In a previous post I presented four different categories of users that interact with applications: Content Viewers, Data Discoverers, Content Creators and Query Experts. In this post I’ll present three major trends affecting these user categories.
If you’re familiar with open source BIRT and what the out-of-the-box options for integration are, you know that you had the viewer that could be called by URL, the viewer tag library that allowed you to embed the viewer into a JSP page, or a custom solution you built using the BIRT APIs.