Eclipse Galileo (3.5) Released – My Favorite Features

June 24, 2009

Eclipse Galileo has officially been released and with it comes multitudes of changes. Below are my favorites from the Platform, JDT, and Web Tools projects. For more information, including screenshots, see: http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops/R-3.5-200906111540/eclipse-news.html http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/releases/3.1.0/newandnoteworthy/index.php Mac OSX Builds Use Cocoa and Sheets The platform now uses native cocoa-build SWT widgets, rather than the obsolete Carbon. This brings […]

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Ajaxian » CSS3 breaking in the design community

June 15, 2009

Great article below on developing for both next generation and current gen browsers.  I firmly believe in this approach in developing your site to utilize new features while back supporting older browsers in less dramatic ways.  If sites move to this model, users will have a much more compelling reason to upgrade in order to […]

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Common Java Cookbook

June 3, 2009

If you use any popular open source technologies, odds are they use or you have used the Apache Commons libraries.  The following is a free e-book on using those various libraries. Common Java Cookbook

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Browser Market Share – May 2009

June 1, 2009

Using the monthly market share analysis by Net Applications, here is my monthly release of browser market share. Firefox: 22.40% (-0.08%) FF 3.0: 20.43% (+0.18%) Internet Explorer: 64.62% (-1.48%) IE 8.0: 6.84% (+2.19%) IE 7.0: 40.83% (-3.68%) IE 6.0: 16.94% (-0.58%) Safari: 8.21% (0.00%) Safari 4.x: 1.13% Safari 3.x: 7.08% (+0.24%) Chrome: 1.78% (+0.36%) Chrome […]

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