The release of Firefox 3.5 included several new features for developers. One of the most interesting new features is the support for cross-domain HTTP requests made with XMLHttpRequest objects (see here for details) or, by using Mozilla’s terminology, cross-origin requests.
Many web applications are configured via web.xml. Primary examples of this are Comet web application, which are configured via a ServletContextAttributeListener: you may want different listener classes depending on the enviroment you’re working in. Another example is where Spring configuration
GWT 1.6 RC is out and a new feature shines: the new HostedMode is based on Jetty. From the release notes: “Although the legacy GWTShell still uses an embedded Tomcat server, the new HostedMode runs Jetty instead. There is also