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KoolChart

KoolChart is a comprehensive charting solution. It is a pure JavaScript (HTML5 Canvas) solution and you do not have to install any...

June 13, 2013 by KoolChart

NetBeans 7 adds Java 7 SDK support

The Netbeans 7 integrated development environment is now available to download, bringing with it support for the forthcoming Java SE Java Development Kit 7 and HTML 5 editing tools, Oracle said on Wednesday.Developers using the NetBeans 7 IDE can create, mobile, web, enterprise or desktop applications using Java, PHP, JavaScript, Ajax and C/C++.

April 21, 2011 by

Goo-minded GUI

Not the clearest of messages from FirefoxRemember The Milk is my favoured means of getting things done, a web-based mega-list-maker with useful Google Calendar gadgets and mobile versions. It’s heavy on the old JavaScript, with plenty of floating panels and fading undo prompts.

June 9, 2010 by

Kojax/Kirana: What Microsoft should have announced at JavaOne

Last time I wrote about Kojax, back in November 2008, I heard that it would enable developers to use a combination of Visual Studio tools and JavaScript, on Java-based mobile phones. Since then, I've been continuing to collect Kojax tips and have amassed a bit more information about it -- as well as a possible new codename for it: Kirana.

June 4, 2009 by

Skyfire 1.0 rolls out for WM and Symbian, rocks on the E71x

Skyfire is a proxy-based web browser that runs on millions of mobile phones around the world. The browser has been in beta for some time and I have tested it out on Windows Mobile and S60 devices in the past. I was pleased to see them announce version 1.0 (PDF press release) today for immediate availability and download. Skyfire supports Flash 10, Silverlight 2, Ajax, Javascript, and more. The browser has integrated Facebook and Twitter feeds on the Start Page too and lets you share and publish any web page to Facebook and Twitter with a single click.

May 27, 2009 by

The Stew Project Framework

The Stew Project's innovative framework creates native apps from HTML and JavaScript that are tremendously responsive, and benefit...

March 12, 2013 by The Stew Project

Microsoft's Desktop Windows staff: We love Javascript. Microsoft's Mobile Windows staff: What's Javascript?

When AJAX, otherwise known as Asynchronous Javascript and XML, first became all the rage (mostly thanks to Google), Microsoft didn't waste anytime reminding AJAX-watchers that it pioneered the idea of mass-distributed AJAX-based applications with its browser-based version of Outlook (aka: Outlook Web Access or OWA for short). See Will the real AJAX pioneer please stand up?

October 24, 2006 by

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