Monthly Archive
for: ‘August, 2008’

Catching dangling commas in Aptana

Aptana can be configured to catch one of the most common Javascript programming errors: the dreaded “dangling comma”, an extra comma left trailing after the last property in an object literal. This problem can be fiendishly difficult to spot, particularly if you have a complex, nested arrangement of object literals. Aptana can point you at […]

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Announcing SmartGWT

Yes, it’s true! A project has been underway for some time to create a GWT (Google Web Toolkit) wrapper for SmartClient. The project, dubbed SmartGWT, will be made available under the same LPGLv3 license as SmartClient LGPL, with commercial licensing available as well. It will be hosted on Google Code with public SVN access, and […]

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We’ve made it onto Ajax Alltop

We’re happy to say that our blog has now been included on the Alltop Ajax. If you’re not familiar with it, Alltop groups RSS feeds for sites by category and then lists the five latest postings for each site.  They have many different categories for topics from Ajax to food to iPhones.  You can roll […]

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