Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Setting up Eclipse PDT and XDebug | Starbow Consulting & Benchmarking APC vs. eAccelerator using Drupal | - Drupal Development, Customization and Consulting
Javascript tools, jquery and the future | "The current javascript tools collection of modules has some very interesting functionality, however with 5.0 coming jQuery will be handling Drupal's javascript functionality. What I'm wondering is if I use the current javascript tools to develop site functionality, will that break with 5.0? How good is jQuery? Am I better off just waiting before I implement features like dynamic(ajax) loading of tabs and menus?" & How to keep Drupal 4.7.x up to date with jQuery | What Would Drupal Do? & jQuery example/tutorial - dynamic form | & jQuery and Drupal | & jQuery Beginner Tutorials | Ubercart & jQuery DrupalCon Talk | Steven Wittens - and Video

Monday, April 23, 2007

Surveys plus plus | Bryght: "Survey has additional features, such as being able to receive notifications via e-mail for every submission, and being able to download all submissions as a spreadsheet. We use survey.module here at for our contact us form."

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Complete Code For Spring-StateLessSessionBean [Archive] - Spring Framework Support Forums: "This example would look like the following using XDoclet. Basically you specify the business interface, the business object and the EJB bean implementation. XDoclet would generate the Home, remote interface, ejb-jar.xml, jboss.xml. And the business interface doesn't have any hint of RemoteException. This would allow you to migrate the remoting implementation to Hessian/Burlap/RMI or anything else (or nothing at all, using the local object). Note that the business methods in the Bean class must have the @ejb:interface-method tag. I have patterned this after an actual working example that I've implemented. It really works and saves you from writing more than you have to... One thing you might notice: the implementation of the bean doesn't throw any exceptions but the remote interface does. The way this works is you throw EJBException (which is unchecked) from your Bean class and the container will convert those to RemoteExceptions..."