When you write tests against a web page, you need to refer to elements within that web page in order to click links and determine what's displayed. However, if...
0 replies - 5033 views - 09/12/13 by Martin Fowler in Articles
Honeymooning with a DZone Shirt
Let’s play spot the DZone “<dev>” t-shirt again. First picture … there it is! In addition to...
0 replies - 7247 views - 09/10/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Atwood’s Coding Keyboard
The next great thing to issue forth from the sublime mind of Jeff Atwood was announced this week on his blog: It’s...
0 replies - 9911 views - 09/03/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
This morning while having my morning coffee I watched this video presentation on my iPad.
Connecting Applications Everywhere with ActiveMQ / JBoss...
0 replies - 1302 views - 08/28/13 by Claus Ibsen in Articles
NEWSHadoop 2.1 Hits Beta!Attention Hadoopgineers! Hadoop 2.1 is ready for testing with your software. And the committers suggest that you prepare...
0 replies - 4987 views - 08/27/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
New Coursera.org Class on Recommendation Systems
There’s a hot new class on Coursera.org this week from the University of Minnesota that starts...
0 replies - 6859 views - 08/10/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Want to learn how to use all of the coolest newest developer stuff? Well Daniel Higginbotham has one heck of a blog post for you! I'm pretty sure...
1 replies - 5000 views - 08/02/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
The Android 4.3 JellyBean update was recently released. After some testing I can confirm that the browser is still the same as the one with Android...
0 replies - 4098 views - 08/01/13 by Maximiliano Firtman in Articles
Android 4.3 Rundown, Nexus 7 Released
The wait for the Jelly Bean update is over (unless your handset maker drags its feet on updating you)! As...
0 replies - 7951 views - 07/29/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
As part of the FuseSource acquisition, Red Hat now supports Apache ActiveMQ as the recently released Red Hat JBoss A-MQ product. ActiveMQ is the...
0 replies - 1265 views - 07/23/13 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
It all started about two years ago. I had recently joined Mozilla, and about one or two months in, a wiki page surfaced. It was called B2G.
1 replies - 4828 views - 07/03/13 by Robert Nyman in Articles
The biggest challenge in writing HTML5 applications is that your
application must run on many platforms, ranging from old desktop
browsers to cutting-edge...
0 replies - 1491 views - 07/02/13 by Allen Coin in Articles
Thank you for downloading the HTML5 Mobile Development Refcard sponsored by Sencha. Here is the whitepaper bundle you requested
0 replies - 863 views - 06/14/13 by Brandon Nokes in Whitepapers
Why DRM in HTML5 is a Good Thing
See why Ars Technica thinks that the W3C’s new DRM framework will empower the open web.
I Love Being a Geek
0 replies - 5410 views - 05/13/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
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0 replies - 11110 views - 04/29/13 by Michael Schloh ... in Articles
In this tutorial we are going to recreate a slide out search box just like what you will find on Github.
What's different about this search box is that...
0 replies - 6494 views - 04/25/13 by Paul Underwood in Articles
Google’s Own Performance Checklist for Mobile Web Apps According to Google, this slide deck was from a presentation subtitled “40 minutes of awesome”. I...
0 replies - 3714 views - 04/24/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
HawtIO is a new pluggable HTML5
dashboard for monitoring ActiveMQ, Camel, Karaf, Fuse Fabric, Tomcat,
and other technologies. Actually, I was completely...
0 replies - 4030 views - 04/23/13 by Christian Posta in Articles
Full code is available on GitHub
All the Java code for the project is available in Github - requires Maven to run. See the README for more details - link...
0 replies - 3722 views - 04/19/13 by Adrian Milne in Articles
Today Intel has launched its revamp of the jqMobi framework as the "Intel App Framework". The new HTML5 development environment is completely free to...
0 replies - 10066 views - 04/18/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles