The first release of ajax4jmx has been announced. Ajax4Jmx is claimed to be
the first open source AJAX enabled framework for building customized user
interfaces for JMX.
This is a framework for building customized dynamic web interfaces for JMX
applications. Java Management Extensions (JMX) technology provides the tools
for building distributed, Web-based, modular and dynamic solutions for
managing and monitoring devices, applications, and service-driven networks.
By design, this standard is suitable for adapting legacy systems,
implementing new management and monitoring solutions, and plugging into those
of the future. ajax4jmx currently provides a simple JMX browser, as well as
JMX components for use in other applications.
It is implemented using GWT, Google's Widget Toolkit.
It includes general purpose widgets such as dynamic editable tables
supporting multiple sel... (more)
In this session Jon and Sumeer will describe current work at OpenAjax
Alliance on OpenAjax Hub 1.1 and secure mashups. Mashups have the potential
for revolutionizing the way Web applications are developed, but there are
security risks. In order to unleash the industry, OpenAjax Alliance is adding
secure mashup features to its OpenAjax Hub 1.1 release. This new release will
include a set of techniques called "SMash" that were originally developed by
IBM Research and allows for secure mashups that run in today's browsers. The
session will introduce mashups, OpenAjax Hub, and SMash,... (more)
The subject of Web 2.0 has become profoundly important over the last year.
Web 2.0 describes the next generation of the Web as an application platform
where most of a user's software experience resides. The subject is somewhat
controversial, but it's becoming ever more apparent as the successor to
monolithic system architecture, prepackaged software, and traditional Web
Software as a Service (SAAS) and Web as Platform are only two of the larger
mantras of Web 2.0 that most of the major software vendors have begun to
embrace recently. Yet not only is Web 2.0 still v... (more)
"After a complete re-think about the purpose and value of Dojo, and after
months of grueling ground-up work on the part of the entire Dojo team,
I’m happy, proud, and excited to announce that Dojo 0.9.0 is
available," wrote AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 West speaker Dylan
Schiemann this week, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit with Alex Russell.
"For those porting Dojo applications from previous version of the toolkit,
you can refer to the Porting Guide for help on where APIs landed in the
shuffle," noted Schiemann, adding: "In many cases, you’ll need less
code overall... (more)
SYS-CON Books (www.books.sys-con.com) has announced the forthcoming
publication of two uniquely comprehensive and up-to-date books devoted to
every aspect of AJAX technologies and Rich Internet Applications in the
greater context of the overall "Web 2.0" spectrum:
Real-World AJAX: Secrets of the Masters
Edited by: Dion Hinchcliffe - ISBN: 0-9777622-0-3
Written by: Dion Almaer, James Benson, Kurt Cagle, Ajit Jaokar, Kevin Hakman,
Book Website: www.RealWorldAjaxBook.com
A process, not a technology, AJAX is changing the landscape of the Web. Armed
with this book, you can bec... (more)