Deploying HTML5 is a book written by Aditya Yadav, a former Sr. Architect for ThoughtWorks and actual CTO of a consultancy firm, explaining the HTML5 standard components, showing how they are implemented across major browsers and providing code samples for using them.
The need to scan a given filesystem for changes is a fairly common one, and there are a variety of common tasks which need this. A framework which offers real-time event notification for Linux file system events is Inotify. In this article we will walk through how to use Inotify to monitor directories and trigger alerts on changes and present tools you might want to add to your personal toolbox.
Tables are a staple in many iPhone applications. Although not a new invention in terms of application development, tables in the iPhone are very specific, given the constraints of the size of the device. Fortunately, Apple offers an easy way to customize tables, and this article explores working with the UITableView and UITableViewCell controls to create highly customized iPhone tables.
MonoTouch is a Mono based framework for building iPhone applications with C#. Bryan Costanich shows how to use it with the MonoDevelop IDE to quickly start building .NET-based iPhone applications. 9
In part two of InfoQ's interview with the FlightCaster team, we discuss scaling Rails on Heroku, the problems of integrating data from multiple providers and mobile smartphone applications.
Microsoft and IBM have benchmarked against each other in an attempt to prove which platform is better: .NET or WebSphere. 12
This article briefly compares the kernels of the three widely used operating systems (Vista and two Unix derived) using three axes of comparison: efficiency, evolvement, and user friendliness. 7
In a new InfoQ article, Jean-Jacques Dubray shows why a Service governance organization is critical to a company's SOA success, and what it takes to create such a structure efficiently. 4
Fedora Core 4 was the first release to include a a lot of code written in Java. gcj lead Tom Tromey explains the state of Java support in Redhat and how to use gcj to build RPMs.