Friday, October 19, 2007
Drupal youtube Site Recipe: "This describes a Drupal project to create a youtube style video sharing site. There are two major pieces that this project dealt with that stretch the project:
- converting users’ uploaded files into a multi-platform format (FLV Flash videos)
- hosting the uploaded content with amazon’s s3 services"
Monday, October 15, 2007
Adobe Launches Drupal App on Flex.org - The Flex Showcase | drupal.org: "The new Flex Showcase is online now at http://flex.org/showcase_app... The Services handbook page has some links on how to get started with Drupal and Flex, and Flex.org has a number of great resources for Flex. http://flex.org/php/ is your best bet if you're a PHP developer." & Proof of Concept: Connecting OpenLaszlo to Drupal - OpenLaszlo Developers Forums
Sunday, October 14, 2007
Community outdoors activist Gusev recommends: Wilderness Canoe Trips - Wilderness Canoe Association, Toronto Sailing and Canoe Club, paddler co-op - Healthy Communities with KidActive
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Friday, October 12, 2007
Thursday, October 11, 2007
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Blackberry Blog: BlackBerry + Location API & Programming the BlackBerry With J2ME & BlueGPSSim - A serial GPS device simulator | BlackBerry Developer Community & BlackBerry Developer Newsletter: "this issue of the Developer Newsletter will focus on Location Based Services (LBS) and how to create LBS applications for BlackBerry." & Blackberry Blog: Big Brother, Google Maps and your BlackBerry: "you can read more about MobileTracker and check out a cool demo on YouTube.com" & Series: Real-Time GPS Tracking In Google Earth Free - Setup - Free Geography Tools & The KML Behind Network Links « GeoChalkboard: "In my last post on Google Earth Network Links I covered the basic concepts of how this functionality can be used to provide dynamic access to geographic data in the Google Earth viewer." (via Creating Dynamic Google Earth Applications with Python « GeoChalkboard) & Google Earth Blog: Watch Weekend Boating Live in Google Earth: "In a nut shell, we're going to use the new GooPs Pro ( http://goopstechnologies.com/) to capture our realtime position to Google Earth from a USB GPS on my laptop, transmit our track/position KML to our webserver every 2 minutes using cellular EVDO, and to the extent possible - geotag photos while aboard using GPicSync, upload them to my Flickr account, and then use the Flickr API to create KML from the photos to push back to the map." & Google Talk for BlackBerry Devices
Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Develop a location-based service application using JSR 179: "Walk through the steps required to successfully build and test a location-based Java™ Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) application using the Eclipse SDK, the Java Specification Request (JSR) 179 Location API, and the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit."
Sunday, October 07, 2007
Friday, October 05, 2007
Software Frontier: Testing Web Service Clients: "Bring up the mock server to take requests and shoot back responses. How about writing a trivial socket server that listens on the port and bluntly spits out the hardcoded response? Then smart it up: base the response on the request. Or make it configurable. Or... Here you scream “too much!” and are about to give up. But hold on! there is a tool, and it is cool!! SoapUI: check it out, and go straight to Mocking Web Services. Here is how I used it..."
Thursday, October 04, 2007
ResearchBuzz » » Information Trapping, Now In Skinny Syllabus Flavor: "You can see the Information Trapping outline here, while the Web Search Garage outline is here. The WSG outline also has some nice quizzy-type questions at the end of each outline. Actually all the questions are lumped together on this page. Basic outline and course notes are available at http://samoore.stikipad.com/bit330f07/show/HomePage."
Eclipse Magazine :Eclipse PDT - Where PHP Meets Java? & PDT/FAQ - Eclipsepedia: "PDT doesn't come with any bundled debugger but you can download Zend Debugger from Zend.com or XDebug from bugzilla."
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Tales of Overanalysis: My Organic Traffic Has Tanked!: Unofficial Google Analytics Blog: "So, before you turned on AdWords autotagging and started adding the utm variables to your non-AdWords destination URLs, they were being lumped in with organic traffic. Naturally, when they cease being lumped in with organic, your organic numbers will decrease." & Google Analytics - Google Analytics Destination URL Builder from ROI Revolution
Eclipse SDK Help: Validating WS-I Web service traffic compliance: "Before you can use the validation tool to ensure that your Web service SOAP traffic is WS-I compliant, you must have completed the following steps:
Toronto October Meetup: Come meet the Lullabots! | groups.drupal.org: "Matt Westgate: co-author of Pro Drupal Development (bring your copy and get it signed!) and original author of the e-commerce package, tinymce, and img_assist; Angie "webchick" Byron: Summer of code co-ordinator, Drupal Association secretary, and everyone's favourite community member; Addison Berry: Drupal Dojo star and Lullabot workshop alumn turned Lullabot; Jeff Eaton: the FormAPI guy, the VotingAPI guy, and the man with the best presentations." - GREAT!
Monday, October 01, 2007
Application Development Trends - Management and Governance Key to SOA, Report Finds: "A key finding, based on the performance of the best-in-class companies, is that long-term planning should be the aim when deploying an SOA. Governance should be tightened at design time with an eye toward code reuse, which leads to reduced costs." - PDF report: Management and Governance: Planning for an Optimized SOA Application Lifecycle
SOA WORLD MAGAZINE - SOA Articles: SOA World - Approaching SOA Testing, Designing For Performance - Keep Your Web Services Up
Autonomic computing tip: So you are building a WSDM interface: "When you're using Apache Muse to create a WSDM-compliant interface for a manageable resource, what steps should you follow to design your Web Services Description Language so you can translate httpd concepts into those in the WS-Resource Framework (WSRF) and WSDM specifications?"