April 04, 2017
It was great to see the 2.3 release of JavaServer Faces finalized last week. When JSF 2.0 came out, I was quick to jump on the component based UI approach to software development, promoting the ...
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When it comes to mobile app security, can developers ever really learn from past mistakes? TheServerSide talks to software systems security expert Dan Cornell about the challenges mobile application developers face when securing mobile apps. Continue Reading
This reference introduces developers to Microsoft's ASP.NET Ajax framework with a plethora of tips, tutorials and webcasts. Continue Reading
As more customers head to the Web to review products, make purchases and find information, forward-thinking companies need to learn how to leverage Web 2.0 to stay competitive. Here are a few ways you can use Web 2.0 technologies to improve your customer service, marketing and sales efforts in a Web 2.0 world. Continue Reading
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Enterprise mashups allow users to combine data and applications from disparate sources into new services. Our new Enterprise Mashups Tutorial provides the definitions, tips, examples and strategies you need to benefit from this valuable technology. Continue Reading
Ajax, a programming technique for creating rich, Web-based applications that look and work like desktop software, has become increasingly popular on the Web, on sites built by Google and others. That same technology will eventually power the front ends to Web services and SOA. There are some who believe that ultimately Ajax will be the primary user interface to Web services and SOAs. That's off in the future though. In this first of a two-part column, we'll look at what Ajax is and at how it works, and some of the benefits it offers for next-generation architecture. Continue Reading
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Learn the top 20 SaaS and cloud computing buzzwords. Get information on on-demand CRM, hosted CRM and cloud-based computing. Continue Reading
Instead of opening a Lotus Notes view in a pop-up window, editing it and then saving it again, you can modify fields directly using Ajax. SearchDomino.com member Jinoy George explains how. Continue Reading
While Ajax can make your Web pages feel faster and more responsive, this Internet-based service, like many Web development tools, has its security concerns. In this tip, SearchSecurity.com expert Michael Cobb examines how Ajax works, how hackers can exploit it, and what Web developers can do to prevent Ajax exploitation. Continue Reading
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Learn how to use this generic code that can be used to perform @DBColumn and @DBLookup using Ajax in Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Netscape. Continue Reading