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10 Sep 2010
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"Build an Enterprise-Grade PHP Stack with Zend Server and Oracle Database 11g" [23444]
An Easy Way to Create this Stack in the Absence of an Install Wizard

The quick way, contends a recent blog from Oracle, to create an Oracle/PHP/Apache/Linux (OPAL) development and deployment environment is to Build an Enterprise-Grade PHP Stack with Zend Server and Oracle Database 11g. In the absence of an automated means of setting up such an environment, Blogger Vikram Vaswani suggests using Zend Server, which enables the quick configuration of a PHP environment since it comes out of the box with a high-performance, enterprise-ready OPAL stack that makes it possible to add PHP middleware to existing corporate installations with ease.
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02 Sep 2010
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Light Weight User Interface Toolkit (LWUIT) 1.4 is Now Available [23429]
Adds XHTML Component, Blackberry Support, Enhanced Virtual Keyboard

Light Weight User Interface Toolkit (LWUIT) is a UI library targeted for mass-market mobile devices. The open source technology offers advanced UI capabilities and a clean API that is inspired by Swing. Recently, version 1.4 was released with a new XHTML component which is expected to make rendering dynamic web content and embedding rich text locally in the Java ME applications easier. Additional features such as a BlackBerry and enhanced virtual keyboard functionality allow developers to target a much wider set of devices for their Java ME applications.
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25 Aug 2010
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Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g Accelerates Java Development [23424]
Offers Enhanced Tool Set for Java Application Development

Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse 11g aims to help accelerate Java development tasks. The new release extends support for the open source built GlassFish Server and WebLogic Server for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications - both of which sit as components of Oracle Fusion Middleware.
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09 Aug 2010
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"Learning Oracle GlassFish Server for Tomcat Users": Oracle White Paper [23345]
GlassFish: More than Just a Web Container

Developers currently working in Apache Tomcat could profit from reading the Oracle white paper "Learning Oracle GlassFish Server for Tomcat Users," which highlights the GlassFish features such as support for clustering, persistence, and messaging that, along with still others, are not available in Tomcat. Further, the white paper contends that, while comparable performance, the Web container features of Oracle GlassFish Server are far more extensible, modular, easy to use, and adaptable than those of Tomcat.
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01 Jul 2010
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"Rich Applications for Billions of Devices: What's New in LWUIT?" [23270]
Open-source, Platform-independent UI Toolkit for Mobile Developers

Developers of applications for mobile devices have traditionally faced a built-in limitation to the widespread deployment of their solutions, writes Terrence Barr in "Rich Applications for Billions of Devices: What's New in LWUIT?" According to Barr, the limitation results from the platform-specific nature of the graphical user interface (GUI) aspect of applications and its UI-related code, which typically makes up the bulk of the application. The answer, as he sees it is a well designed, highly portable, open source, and platform-independent UI toolkit with lightweight memory and resource requirements. LWUIT, in a word.
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22 Jun 2010
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"Optimizing Applications with Oracle Solaris Studio Compilers and Tools" [23239]
Oracle White Paper Demonstrates Resulting Performance Gains

"Optimizing Applications with Oracle Solaris Studio Compilers and Tools" is an Oracle white paper that offers an overview of Oracle Solaris Studio 12 Update 1 software. It includes recommendations for selecting the compiler flags, options, and development tools necessary for the optimal compiling and tuning of the high performance SPARC and x86 processors commonly found in current server product lines.
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