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Sorting Suite

Sorting Suite is an application to sort objects and lists. It is a Java implementation of 13 sorting algorithms that can sort Objects,...

July 1, 2013 by Richardson Software

Apple joins Oracle's OpenJDK

Apple has become a contributor to OpenJDK, Oracle's implementation of Java.On Friday, the two companies announced the OpenJDK project for Mac OS X, which will see Apple contribute a 32-bit and 64-bit HotSpot-based Java virtual machine, class libraries, a networking stack and "the foundation for a new graphical client" for an Apple-friendly implementation of Java SE7.

November 12, 2010 by

Apple and Oracle all hugs on Java SE7 for Mac OS X

A joint press release from Oracle and Apple on Friday cleared up the angst over the future role of Java on Mac OS. A newly-formed OpenJDK project will handle the release and Apple will do the heavy lifting on the "key components, tools and technology required for a Java SE 7 implementation on Mac OS X," the release said.

November 12, 2010

Gemalto sues Google, HTC, Samsung, over Android's Java tech

Dutch security company Gemalto has sued Google, HTC, Motorola and Samsung over technologies contained in Dalvik, the Java implementation within the Android operating system.In a statement on its website, issued on October 25, Gemalto said "Gemalto'™s patented technologies are fundamental to running software, developed in a high level programming language such as Java, on a resource constrained device.

October 25, 2010 by

CAM Template Editor (64-Bit)

CAM Template Editor (64-Bit) is a toolkit for building and deploying XML exchanges now including SQL data extraction. The OASIS CAM...

April 25, 2013 by XML eBusiness

Oracle, IBM unite for OpenJDK

Oracle and IBM have unveiled a new collaboration that will allow developers and customers to build and innovate based on existing Java investments and the OpenJDK (Java Development Kit) reference implementation.

October 12, 2010 by

CAM Template Editor

The CAM editor is the leading open source toolkit for building and deploying XML exchanges now including SQL data extraction. The OASIS...

April 3, 2013 by XML eBusiness

Defeating the Same Origin Policy part 2

In my first post in this series, I discussed the Same Origin Policy and how it protects us from some very serious attacks, the dangers of domain name based trust, and how to attack implementations of the Same Origin Policy within the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).  In order to demonstrate these concepts, I used two examples of real-world attacks against the Same Origin Policy implementation within the JVM.

March 24, 2008 by

Commentary on "The Future of Virtualization..."

I read an interesting post, The Future Of Virtualization And What That Means For CIOs, that painted an intriguing, but rather limited view of the future. In this post, the author, John Soat, discussed the importance of BEA's Jrockit® 6 Java implementation that can run directly on a hypervisor without requiring another operating system.

August 21, 2007 by

Building Rich Internet Applications for the iPhone

So we don't have Flash or Java but that doesn't mean that there aren't a lot of cool ways to build Rich Internet Applications for the iPhone. The fact that we have a full implementation of Safari means that there is a lot of browser power on the iPhone.

July 11, 2007 by

Interview with Rob Savoye of Gnash, the GPL Flash project

With Sun's recent announcement that they are planning on freeing Java under the GPL and Adobe's decision to open source the Actionscript Virtual Machine, I thought it would be good to take a look at other open source Rich Internet Application solutions. One of the most famous is Gnash, a GNU Flash movie player. I talked with Rob Savoye, the lead developer on the project, about what Gnash is and what the goals for this implementation for open source Flash are.

November 16, 2006 by

Will a faster BEA JRockit expand J2EE's realtime appeal?

<digression>For the record J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) is no longer the acronym that Sun and Java licensees are using to describe the server-side implementation of Java -- otherwise known as a Java-based application server (Java isn't your only choice for an app server; there's .NET too).

December 8, 2005 by

Sun makes P2P bid

Sun will soon release a specification and implementation of a technology called Juxtapose that provides basic P2P (peer-to-peer) capabilities. Juxtapose will complement Java, Jini and XML and will be released under an open-source Apache license.

February 16, 2001 by

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