I recently came across Cloud9 IDE, a web based code editor that allows editing of your code from anywhere via a web browser. The IDE uses node.js and html5 features to provide a fantastic user interface.
I recently needed to create a progress dialog in a Java Swing application.
I have been using the very good Tuckey urlrewrite filter on J2EE website recently and came across the following error for one of my filters.
My website has only been running from my own server (more on that soon!) for a few days but I”m already seeing hacking attempts. Gah!
With the latest version of this site, I decided to try and cater for mobile devices as well as desktop browsers.