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GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 3.1 has been released
to the general public. This open-source version of GlassFish
includes full clustering and centralized cluster administration. Also
available is the supported Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1. Users of the
Oracle version of the server will enjoy integrated Server Control.
Google Offers New Update to Chrome Developer Tools
The new, updated version of Chrome Developer Tools boasts several new features
Communication between Chrome and an external web server is facilitated
by a new Network Panel. Data can be sorted and cleared through the
Network Panel, and network data can be exported into the HTTP Archive
format. Modificaiton of CSS definitions has been simplified in response to developer input.
Ajax.org's New Cloud9 IDE : Mobile App Development In the Cloud
Ajax.org has released
using the new HTML5 web-standard. Supported languages include Python,
Ruby, and PHP. Projects can be edited, accessed, and shared from nearly
any workstation and some mobile devices.
Seam 3 Taking its Final Form
The new Seam 3.0.0.CR1 release is touted by the Seam development team
as being "stable" and "closely resembles the final release". Features
perfected in this release include consolidated API documentation and
reference documentation. A new directory makes searching the source
code for Seam modules a breeze. Within the next two weeks, the Seam3 development team will release CR2, an update that includes a preliminary version of SeamForge.
Here are some good points to keep in mind.
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