|Sun’s released the Java Wireless Toolkit
Sun has released the Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2.
The Toolkit includes build tools, utilities, and a
device emulator. This WTK update provides improved support
for multiuser environments and also linux binary that is
supported on systems running glibc 2.3 libraries. This
release contains all advanced development features of
its previous versions 2.2, 2.5, 2.5.1 such as
MIDlet signing, certificate management, integrated over-the-air
(OTA) emulation, push registry emulation, and more. It
also includes Nokia’s scalable network application
package (SNAP) mobile API and the SNAP Mobile Sample
Application as part of its external API feature.
Nuxeo releases version 5.1 of its open
source ECM platform
Nuxeo, the leader of open source ECM (Enterprise
Content Management) provided complete ECM solutions
for many large companies, has announced Nuxeo
Enterprise Platform 5.1, a new version of its ECM
platform. It includes extensible service-oriented
architecture (SOA) and enhanced performance
and functionality like advanced search service,
Data import/export service, Enhanced horizontal
scalability, Electronic and physical records
management. Delivering enterprise-grade functional & technical support, certified
software patches and updates and management tools
are also available during every stage of the
application lifecycle. It is completely extensible
because it is built on infrastructure of plug-ins
and extension points based on the OSGi standard.
“Nuxeo Service Platform, built on industry
standards (such as Java EE 5 and OSGi), offers
a complete range of component-based services
making it possible to quickly build ECM applications. This SOA approach offers
real and tangible benefits to our customers and our
partners, software developers and integrators.
Nuxeo strengthens its technological advantage,
with the help of a dynamic ecosystem, and positions us to inject new
energy and innovation into the ECM market,” explains Eric
Barroca, Executive VP in charge of Operations.
Sun releases NetBeans 6.0 Beta 2 under both GPL2 and CDDL.
Sun and the NetBeans community released the latest build of NetBeans 6.0 Beta 2 and announced that this Java-based DE is now dual-licensed with CDDL and the GNU General Public License (GPL) with Classpath exception.
JADE 6.2 unches with mobile compatibility, Java interoperability
Jade Software has released the latest version of its software platform, JADE 6.2, which enables thin clients and tandalone database applications to run on Windows Mobile devices. It also enables Java programs to interoperate with JADE applications. It provides a Java framework that encapsulates their Object Manager, Database and core rogramming model.
JADE program manager Dean Cooper says, “Jade is committed to interoperability. We have always had C and C++ anguage interoperability. Since JADE 6.0 we have invested in support for XML and web services. With JADE 6.2 we are enthusiastic about opening up to the Java community, both in industry and academia.”
Apache Struts 2.0.11 GA release available
The Apache Struts group has announced the release of Struts 2.0.11 and it is available as a “General Availability” elease. This release includes a number of fixes and improvements since the 2.0.9 GA release. Apache Struts 2 is an elegant, extensible framework for creating enterprise Java web applications and is designed to streamline the full evelopment cycle, from building, to deploying, to maintaining applications over time.
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