Sunday, October 19, 2008

Best of this Week Summary 07 October - 19 October 2008

  • Having nice user-friendly bookmarkable URLs when you're using the Wicket web framework is not so trivial. Especially if you want those nice URLs when validation errors occur. As an example, on this Wicket based site enter "hello" in the end-date field. Now check the URL in your address bar just before you click Filter ( and right after the submit when you see the validation error ( Here's the solution for those cases too!

  • Have you been clickjacked lately?

  • More clarification from Rod Johnson on the new maintenance policy for Spring.

  • As a side note, Microsoft is designing a new programming language "M", part of its new Oslo development and service-oriented strategy. Most likely it will be .Net based. Will it ever see the day of light? Much more concrete is this new open source Touchless SDK, which enables developers to create multi-touch based applications using a webcam for input.

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