MonoTouch allows you to harness all those C# skills and most of those handy .NET/Mono libraries to create truly native apps for iOS with a sprinkle of cross-platform support. But why not just use objective-c you cry? Choice is nice, so is C# and so is the range of libraries available for Mono! Read more
Selenium is a suite of tools to automate web app testing across many platforms. Selenium runs in many browsers and operating systems. It can be controlled by many programming languages and testing frameworks. In this video Simon Stewart and Jason Huggins give an update on the progress of Selenium 2, and answer questions from the audience. Selenium 2.0a6 release brings new features like Android support, Firefox 4 support and experimental IE9 support.
Video Producer: London Selenium Meetup Group
To be able to develop modern, challenging and efficient web applications, portal solutions are increasingly applied. Using the portlet technology, it is moreover possible to develop standard-based portal modules – portlets. In addition, the current portlet specification 2.0 and the JSF Portlet Bridge allow the realization of graphically high-quality surfaces also supported by Ajax.
Parsley is an IOC container for Flex, Flash and AIR applications. It has been around for several years now and started to gain wider adoption with the release of version 2 in June 2009. Its feature richness, extensibility and mature support for big and modular applications makes it an attractive choice for enterprise-scale development efforts. This talk provides a brief overview over the framework’s feature set, covering dependency injection, the messaging framework and object lifecycle management. Furthermore it demonstrates some of the features that are particularly important for larger applications. This includes loading and unloading modules alongside their configuration, scoping messaging to individual popups or windows, combining the various configuration mechanisms, using the versatile extention points to easily add custom configuration tags and finally writing unit and integration tests for applications based on Parsley.
This session show how can you take advantage of new HTML5 features in your GWT applications in the form of demos. We’ll cover examples of how to use Canvas for advanced graphics, CSS3 features, Web Workers, and more within your Google Web Toolkit applications.keep looking »