Does Google Gears expose your data to desktop security problems?
Google just kicked off another new product to offer offline web applications. There’s a simple plugin that’s available as a free download under a BSD license. It works for:
Firefox IE Safari (almost!)
(With Safari it works if you build Safari’s webkit from source.)
May 23rd from 6:30-9:00pm the first Sacramento Ruby User Group Meeting was held at the Invision Design and Development offices in Old Sacramento. In attendance:
Ryan – a full time Rails developer with Invision. Layton – a Rails developer. Tom Mornini – CTO of EngineYard. Ed Gibbs – author of this blog.
No planned agenda. [...]
You are experienced with Java and have at least dabbled around with Ruby on Rails. These steps worked for me on a Mac OS X 188.8.131.52 system I’ve walked through the steps 3 times from scratch, but your mileage may still vary.
Install and Configure JRuby
First step download install JRuby. You [...]
When we started Faces 1.0 it was very important for us to work with tools, that’s where a lot of our focus was. But now, we really want to focus on ease of development without tools.
- Roger Kitain – Staff Engineer, Sun Microsystems – Talk at Javapolis on Dynamic Applications With Faces and AJAX