Friday, August 31, 2007
Chapter 3. Writing Contract-First Web Services: "This tutorial shows you how to write contract-first Web services, that is, developing web services that start with the XML Schema/WSDL contract first followed by the Java code second. Spring-WS focuses on this development style, and this tutorial will help you get started. Note that the first part of this tutorial contains almost no Spring-WS specific information: it is mostly about XML, XSD, and WSDL. The second part focusses on implementing this contract using Spring-WS..."
WebLogic Event Server - Why BEA Chose Spring | Springframework.org: "The answer is pretty simple - use something that developers are already familiar with" & Overview of Creating WebLogic Event Server Applications
Thursday, August 30, 2007
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Developer Knowledge Base - Using PHP and MySQL to create KML (via Using PHP/MySQL with Google Maps): "Note: This tutorial uses location data that already has latitude and longitude information needed to plot corresponding markers. If you're trying to use your own data that doesn't yet have that information, use a batch geocoding service to convert the addresses into latitudes/longitudes. Some sites make the mistake of geocoding addresses each time a page loads, but doing so results in slower page loads and unnecessary repeat geocodes. It's always better to hard-code the latitude/longitude information when possible. This link contains a good list of geocoders:" Resources: (Non-Google) Geocoders & Reverse Geocoders - Google Maps API | Google Groups: "The Google geocoder is not optimal for all/many situations, particularly those requiring massive amounts of geocoding for a preset dataset. There are many alternative APIs and services out there, depending on the region desired."
High Earth Orbit » Blog Archive » A Proposal - GeoRSS & KML: "There has recently been a lot of discussion around KML becoming part of the OGC and the future of GeoRSS and KML. Will GeoRSS use KML payloads, or vice versa? Will one just subsume the other? After speaking with a bunch of people at Where, and also thinking about various announcements and talks given by Google-ites, Geo-ers, and standards makers, I’m proposing the following practice for using GeoRSS and KML together along with other formats."
Friday, August 10, 2007
GGeoXmlthat will represent an entire KML/GeoRSS layer." & Google Maps API Introduction (via Miles to go ...: Google Developer Day Report)
Saturday, August 04, 2007
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Thursday, August 02, 2007
Creating a Custom Home Page in Drupal Using Views | A Padded Cell
One of the most popular questions people new to Drupal ask is: ‘How do I change the home page?’ By default the index page of a Drupal site has a bloggy feel, the latest items shown in date order, but it doesn't have to look like that! That is the aim of this article, to show two ways—because there is always more than one way to do something in Drupal—to customize a Drupal home page.
Spring instance management part II - hotswapping (!) and mixins for pooling at Alef Arendsen
Suppose we actually have two backends, one that takes all the requests and the other one that acts as a fallback in case the first one somehow falls over...
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Jasmina - Richmond Hill Real Estate Agent, helps York Region & Toronto Area residents search local Public Libraries directly form their web browsers - without having to visit the Library web sites first! Find your favourite books with a few mouse clicks using Jasmina's Search Box extensions for both:
The Web of the Future is Here | Gear Digest: "If you think My Space, YouTube and Facebook are the future of what has come to be called 'Web 2.0', think again. There's a lot more to come and Mark Sigal, CEO of vSocial.com is the man to talk about it. This article is for everyone, end users, potential content producers and people responsible for websites of all kinds. It includes some very useful references."