Cappuccino is a framework for building desktop-caliber applications that run in a web browser. Brian Chapados reviews the design concepts of Cappuccino and the underlying Objective-J language, shows how to get started, and builds a simple app for searching scientific literature databases. http://sdruby.org/podcast/73
Sam Stephenson, creator of the Prototype library, sat down and recorded himself remotely and talked about what excited him about new Prototype versions, browsers, and the state of Ajax in general.
A great user experience incorporates three pillars: structure, behavior, and expression. This talk will explore the wide variety of interaction design patterns we have built into the Android system framework to help educate you on the best way to use these pattern-based behaviors for an optimized user experience.
Dion Almaer talked to Alex Russell to find out why he is excited about Dojo, what the state of the project is (what is the cool stuff), and his thoughts and desires from browsers.
Creates a simple GUI to add or subtract two numbers using the Java Swing framework and the NetBeans GUI design tool.