Richer presentation. Deeper data in search results.Search UIs are getting richer and more interesting by the day.
Google page snapshots, animated...
0 replies - 8097 views - 02/20/12 by Matt Overstreet in Articles
XML is for dinosaurs, right? Everybody uses JSON these days. So you do, don’t you?
But what about things like XSD, XSLT, JAXB, XPath, etc – is it all...
0 replies - 7506 views - 02/08/12 by Christoph Beck in Articles
There’s a lot of good things about JSON — it’s a standards based,
language independent, representation of object-like data. Also, it’s
1 replies - 7082 views - 12/29/11 by Francesca Krihely in Articles
JSON data format is simple and still powerful.
Nowadays you can encounter more and more web applications communicating
using JSON format then a couple of...
4 replies - 5842 views - 09/09/11 by Ladislav Gažo in Articles
0 replies - 1413 views - 08/08/11 by Snippets Manager in Uncategorized
In order to improve development efficiency
of Web Application, we need to implement the parallel development between Web Front
End and Web Back End. To...
0 replies - 1684 views - 07/08/11 by Jacky Cui in Articles
0 replies - 6577 views - 06/27/11 by Snippets Manager in Uncategorized
Hey all faithful readers! Next week we will be posting a new tutorial series. The series will focus on transfering information from a php webservice to your...
1 replies - 11014 views - 05/19/11 by Mark Mooibroek in News
My latest open source contribution is Play! Jobs, hosted on the always awesome Github.
Play! Jobs is a Web Interface to manage and trigger async...
0 replies - 601 views - 05/14/11 by Felipe Oliveira in Announcements
Back by popular demand I have put the code for my online resume application up for download!
Not too long ago I re-created my online resume in Railo using...
0 replies - 8722 views - 05/09/11 by Adam Presley in News
The last few days I decided I wanted to play around with Apache's
CouchDB, one of the more popular database engines in the No-SQL
movement. For those who...
0 replies - 10846 views - 05/07/11 by Adam Presley in News
Today I was working on a bit of code that had a big SWITCH statement in
CFSCRIPT in ColdFusion that for each case would go through the motions
0 replies - 12201 views - 04/29/11 by Adam Presley in News
When you have two components that need to talk to each other (over the
internet for example) you need some way to pass data back and forth.
7 replies - 10823 views - 04/23/11 by Gerard Gallant in News
0 replies - 50021 views - 03/23/11 by Sivaprasadreddy... in Tips and Tricks
Tempo is a new JSON rendering engine used for building data templates in pure HTML. When you build the data templates, there is a clear separation between...
0 replies - 22988 views - 03/01/11 by Katie Mckinsey in Daily Dose
Disclaimer: I do not want to start a religion war on Java vs. PHP. You know the old saying that we should learn a new programming language every now and then?...
26 replies - 16177 views - 01/25/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Solr has been able to produce JSON results for a long time, by adding wt=json
to any query. A new capability has recently been added to allow
0 replies - 12105 views - 01/13/11 by Yonik Seeley in Articles
Over the last couple of weeks, I started to toy with the idea of
writing a web framework in Scala (as if the world needed yet another web
5 replies - 6578 views - 12/06/10 by Wille Faler in News
There is an interesting discussion occurring regarding data transfer
in web applications. The discussion has centered on the differences
between JSON and...
30 replies - 10920 views - 12/03/10 by Robert Diana in News
Spring 3 has brought some excellent features to the table but one that really shines is its REST integration.You may or may not be wondering what REST really...
3 replies - 46133 views - 09/17/10 by Alex Collins in Articles