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I just came across a very cool use of Jetty. The folks at IBM alphaWorks have come up with an Eclipse plugin that translates your Eclipse UI into XUL and vice-versa so that you can effectively use your Eclipse from
Version 1.0.1 of the Jetty Plugin for Eclipse is available from: www.webtide.com/eclipse/ This minor release fixes a problem whereby the automatic redeploy of a Dynamic Webapp project by the Eclipse environment did not trigger Jetty to redeploy.
Hightide is an open source, versioned and optimized distribution of Jetty providing a comprehensive toolset for the development of scalable, state-of-the-art web 2.0 applications. Release 6.1H.6rc0 of Hightide is ready for download from: www.webtide.com/downloads.jsp This release: upgrades jetty to version
It was great to meet everyone who came by Webtide’s booth, and our session our scaling Ajax and Comet without Breaking the Bank. We were interviewed for Sys-con.TV, which should be up shortly (watch this space for a link). We
So you’re in a session at AjaxWorld and it’s not rocking your world! Want to know where the real rockstars are talking? Want to know what sessions are going off? Then tune into Rocks Or Not and rate sessions in
I’ll be talking about the common gotchas people run across when preparing Ajax and Comet applications for deployment. We have techniques and services to make sure your application is responsive and doesn’t break the bank. Look forward to seeing you
If you’re interested in finding out more about Jetty and the ways in which it can help you conquer the significant challenges of Web2.0, Greg Wilkins – CTO of Webtide and founder developer of Jetty – will be a featured