I have a guilty pleasure. I like to game occasionally. Not a lot, mind you; I have zero spare time. But occasionally, when I’m waiting for something, I might pick up my iPad and play a game. In particular, I like this game where you … well, I won’t tell you exactly what the game [...]
Check it out over on the InformIT blog…
Almost a year ago, I wrote about what I want in an RSS aggregator, and now, as I actually write one in C++ (see, I told you I was doing it) I’ve gone back and found that all of those requests are still valid. And I still don’t see anybody doing all of it.
Ever heard of XUL? It’s a new way of building web applications in Mozilla (and the newer versions of Netscape). Kind of like a “super” form, with all kinds of interactivity available. I still haven’t had time to fool around with it, despite a brief interlude when it looked like I might have to write [...]
XInclude, designed to make it easier to include part of one XMl document into another, has been a neglected specification for a long time. Now Bob DuCharme gives a good example of how it can be useful with Transclude with XInclude (and XPointer!). It still doesn’t address the security issues, but OK, there you are.
Now updated on developerWorks: Integrating applications with Web services using WebSphere Studio V5.1.1: “This tutorial looks at making your application Web-services ready using WebSphere Studio’s tools to wrap an existing application as a Web service, announce it using a UDDI directory, and to discover and use Web services within your applications. It also looks at [...]
Well, I’ve finally gotten around to writing about .NET, with a section on
At the end of December, I wrote about The evils of escaped markup as seen by Normal Walsh. It was a well-though-out piece about why he doesn’t like that people are using CDATA sections to escape potentially non-well-formed content, particularly in data feeds. But the interesting thing to me is that I’d actually already written [...]