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Twitter Open Sources CocoaSPDY

by Abel Avram on  Dec 20, 2013

Twitter has developed and open sourced CocoaSPDY, a framework for OS X (Cocoa) and iOS (Cocoa Touch) based on the implementation they previously contributed to Netty, updating in the same time their iOS application to use SPDY instead of plain HTTP. Twitter has noticed up to 30% decrease in communication latency, the improvement being more noticeable when an “user’s network conditions get worse.“

Neo4j 2.0 Comes with a New Browser and a Schema

by Abel Avram on  Dec 12, 2013

Neo Technology has announced the general availability of Neo4j 2.0, coming with a new graph browser, node labels, an optional schema and an improved Cypher.

PayPal Switches from Java to JavaScript

by Abel Avram on  Nov 29, 2013 4

PayPal has decided to use JavaScript from browser all the way to the back-end server for web applications, giving up legacy code written in JSP/Java.

An Interview with Greg Finzer of Compare .NET Objects

by Jonathan Allen on  Nov 18, 2013 1

Writing code to compare objects can be tedious, especially when dealing with large objects or deep graphs. And when the classes change errors often slip in. One way to reduce the potential for error is to rely on a library such as Greg Finzer’s Compare .NET Objects. This library offer reasonable performance for up to 10,000 objects.

Apigee Now Supports Node.js and Open Sources Volos

by Abel Avram on  Nov 12, 2013

Apigee Edge now supports Node.js and has open sourced Volos, a project containing a set of API management modules.

ActiveMQ 5.9 with Replicated LevelDB Store and Hawtio Web Console

by Jan Stenberg on  Nov 07, 2013

The recently released version 5.9 of the message broker Apache ActiveMQ adds among other features support for replication of the LevelDB Store and a new Hawtio web console together with more than 200 issues resolved.

Eclipse Foundation Leads JCP Elections

by Dan Woods on  Nov 07, 2013 2

Last week finalized elections for the open seats with the Java Community Process (JCP) Executive Committee (EC). Receiving the most votes this year for the elected positions is the Eclipse Foundation, which will hold its seat for a two year term within the voting body.

State of the M2M projects at Eclipse

by Alex Blewitt on  Nov 01, 2013

Yesterday at EclipseCon, Benjamin Cabé gave guided tour of the various Machine to Machine (m2m) projects at Eclipse. Read on to find out what's coming up in the near future for small and embedded devices running on OSGi platforms.

OpenHAB coming to Eclipse as Eclipse SmartHome

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 31, 2013

Yesterday at EclipseCon, Kai Kreuzer gave a presentation of Eclipse SmartHome (nee OpenHAB), which is a server component for integrating in smart appliances and controlling them with a central Java service, built on top of OSGi and Eclipse Equinox. Read on to find out more about what it does and how it works.

Why Gerrit chose Buck

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 31, 2013 2

Six months ago, the Gerrit project started moving towards a Buck-based build system from the existing Maven build. With the 2.8 stream, Buck has become the default build. At EclipseCon, Shawn Pearce explained why the switch makes sense, and a little bit more about the build system itself. Read on to find out more about Buck and its advantages over Maven.

Eclipse Code Recommenders goes Crowd with 2.0

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 31, 2013 1

Eclipse Code Recommenders 2.0 has been released, with a new crowd-sourcing mechanism for gaining recommendations and snippets for other users, as well as an incubating technology to annotate JavaDocs with dynamically updated documentation for 'see also' calls. Read on to find out more.

Eclipse Foundation launches European Subsidiary

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 29, 2013

Today at EclipseCon Europe, the Eclipse Foundation announced the creation of a European subsidiary to support and promote the open source community in Europe. Read on to find out more.

Improving Eclipse

by Bienvenido David on  Oct 22, 2013 2

There is a discussion in the Eclipse ide-dev mailing list on how to make Eclipse more competitive. This was prompted by the blog post Why we dropped Eclipse in favour of IntelliJ.

Eclipse Virgo Gets New Lead

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 04, 2013 2

Yesterday, the Eclipse Virgo project was given a last minute reprieve, as several people put their names forward to prevent Eclipse Virgo from being archived at Eclipse. InfoQ caught up with Glyn Normington, the ex-project lead, to find a bit more about its history and its future.

Open Source Tablet Unveiled at JavaOne

by Dan Woods on  Sep 26, 2013

During this year's JavaOne conference, Oracle engineers unveiled a prototype tablet made with off-the-shelf parts and an interface built on Java SE 8. The "DukePad", as it is known, was revealed to attendees during the conference's technical keynote.

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