RSS and AJAX: A Simple News Reader (4 tags)
Paul Sobocinksi combines RSS and AJAX to build a simple, in-browser news reader that you can deploy on any website.
POJO Application Frameworks: Spring Vs. EJB 3.0 (2 tags)
Spring and EJB 3.0 are both reactions, in their own ways, to the complexity of EJB 2.1 and the complaints piled upon it. Both support developing with Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs) and give the framework responsibility for handling transactions, security, persistence, etc. But the two use substantially different approaches. In this article, Michael Yuan puts the two frameworks up against one another to see how they stack up.
Inventing the Future (2 tags)
What does Tim O'Reilly see today that the world will be writing about (and the venture capitalists and entrepreneurs chasing) in the years to come?
Piracy is Progressive Taxation, and Other Thoughts on the Evolution of Online Distribution (2 tags)
As he follows the business world of movies and music, Tim O'Reilly draws upon his own publishing experience and comments on the current controversy over digital file sharing.
Remote Scripting with AJAX, Part 1 (2 tags)
In this two-part series, Cameron Adams demonstrates the advantages of using remote scripting with the AJAX XMLHttpRequest protocol to create web apps and improve website functionality. Here in part one, he creates an example application that shows how to implement XMLHttpRequest. Stay tuned for part two, where he'll show how to create a usable interface for the example app.