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DEMUX Framework enables Java developers to build modular, cross-platform applications which can run on desktop, Web, and mobile and embedded devices.
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Once upon a time, Microsoft was the favorite target of malware developers. As Microsoft improved the defenses in its software, though, cybercrooks moved on to easier pickings.
Potix Corporation, creator and chief commercial supporter of the open-source ZK framework, this week released a new version of its open-source spreadsheet component that is embeddable in existing Java Web applications.
As everyone saw in the press already, Facebook bought WhatsApp for a hefty $16 billion.
What Rich, Sensor-Based Applications are might be a mystery but as long as you have heard of the Processing language at least part of what this book is about will be clear.
Verizon Ventures leads an $11.2 million Series C round that will fund more product development and an expanded sales effort around the Java-based PaaS.
I have spent the past few weeks watching this video series. I started watching it on the treadmill in the morning before work.
Thanks to its 2012 acquisition of Polymita, Red Hat has added major functionality to its software suite for managing business processes, making the package an appealing choice in the enterprise market for BPM software.
Should CIOs heed biometric security measures and identification? Our #CIOChat-ters weighed in on the implications of biometric-scanning authentication.
A diverse set of real-world Java benchmarks shows that Google is fastest, Azure is slowest, and Amazon is priciest The cloud computing sales pitch is seductive because the cloud offers many advantages.
This entry lists Ed's picks for the brand new JavaLand conference. Many of the talks are in German, but there is enough English to make it worth your time.
First, and probably most interesting to our existing users, we shipped version 7 of Oxygene.
JavaLand is a new Java/JVM oriented conference happening in Germany from March 25 to 26, 2014 .
Key findings : Immediate Java 8 Migration Plans65% of Java developers have plans to upgrade to Java 8 within the next 24 months.