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Ever since Google popularized a smarter, more responsive and interactive Web experience by using AJAX for its Google Maps & Gmail applications, AJAXWorld News Desk has been covering every aspect of AJAX-enabled applications and those creating and deploying them. If you have breaking AJAX news, please feel free to send it to [email protected]
GoGrid, a cloud infrastructure company, and Racemi, the moving company for the cloud, on Tuesday announced the availability of Cloud Path for GoGrid, a joint offering for migrating customers' existing server workloads to GoGrid's cloud platform free of charge. The Cloud Path software-...
"Our customers tell us they need better solutions for managing mobile applications. They started with crash analytics, but as mobile applications have become mainstream, they now want crash, performance and business analytics all in one easy-to-use solution," said Steve Tack, Vice Pres...
After Judge Lucy Koh cut $450.5 million off the original stunning $1.05 billion in damages a jury ordered Samsung to pay Apple for infringing its patents, Apple checked the judge’s arithmetic and wants to file a conditional motion to reconsider. It complains it’s been gypped of $85 m...
A coalition of news organizations and media advocacy groups including Bloomberg, The New York Times and the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press has asked the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold District Court Judge Lucy Koh’s order that Apple and Samsung unseal financia...
Compuware has entered into an agreement with Amdocs, a provider of customer experience systems and services, to be a supplier of application performance management (APM) for its production environments. Compuware APM – dynaTrace – will be one of Amdocs’ preferred production monitorin...
This book is what it claims to be and that is a cookbook on advanced topics. I would follow the author's advice and if you are a beginner with Objective-C or iOS, this book is not the one you want to start with. This book is however an excellent book for experienced developers. The fi...
"We wish Kevin well in this new chapter of his career," said Adobe - somewhat sparingly - in a statement released as the company behind PDF and Acrobat confirmed that just four days after offering his resignation as CTO on March 18, Kevin Lynch will be leaving the company he joined in ...
iSCSI? No problem! Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V Server 2012 include native support for a software iSCSI initiator as well as MPIO ( Multipath IO ) for resiliency and load balancing of storage IO over multiple network paths. In this article, we’ll walk through the process of connec...
Compuware has published the findings of a global study of consumer mobile application expectations and experiences. The survey reveals that global consumers prefer mobile apps over mobile websites. Mobile applications are thought to make life easier by streamlining calendars and groc...
Red Hat has transitioned into a leadership role for the OpenJDK 6 project, effectively extending support for the technology and its users. The move reinforces Red Hat’s commitment to the broader Java community and its future as a leading platform for mission-critical enterprise applica...
VMware has dumped its free-standing SlideRocket SaaS collaboration widgetry into the lap of four-year-old San Francisco-based ClearSlide whose cloud-based PowerPoint technology services enterprise salespeople wanting to engage with customers. The data it collects is supposed to show ...
Google and its subsidiary Motorola Mobility may have to break down and start paying Microsoft royalties on the IP Redmond claims is in Android like the rest of the Android ecosystem. That is if they want to keep Google Maps alive in Germany. FOSS Patents reported Thursday that the ...
After fining Microsoft $733 million for unintentionally flouting an antitrust settlement with regulators, the European Commission took some of the blame. Antitrust czar Joaquín Almunia said the EU had been “naïve” to let Microsoft monitor its own adherence to the 2009 deal that let i...
Carl Icahn, the famous “gangsta”-style activist investor, has stepped into the middle of Dell’s $24.4 billion leveraged buy-out, threatening “years of litigation” if he doesn’t get his way. He has apparently amassed a 6% position in Dell, making him the company’s second-largest outsi...
Compuware on Monday announced a PHP deep transaction management solution. With Deep Transaction Management for PHP, Compuware APM now provides a solution that fully combines user experience management (UEM), web-server visibility, deep-dive into PHP, database access and external calls....
A US district court judge Friday slashed the $1.05 billion award granted Apple last August by a jury that found Apple’s great nemesis Samsung copied Apple’s mobile widgetry. Apple’s stock thereupon fell. The court has ordered a new trial to decide exactly what Apple should get. Dist...
PayPal co-founder and former CTO Max Levchin has started a rival service called Affirm focused on mobile payments that’s supposed to make check-outs from mobile devices faster and easier. He’s whittled the process down to two taps rather than having the user struggle to input informa...
Compuware Corporation has partnered with Hortonworks to optimize the performance of Hadoop applications on the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP). The integration of the Compuware application performance management (APM) solution with Hortonworks Data Platform provides complete visibility...
Flash storage array start-up Violin Memory is storing up greenbacks. According to an amended SEC filing made late last week it’s gotten $96.3 million out of what may become $130 million in new funding. All Things Digital reports hearing the financing was done at an implied valuatio...
Compuware Corporation has announced that Things Remembered, the nation’s largest and most prominent retailer of personalized gifts, had a successful online holiday season in part as the result of the optimal performance of its website. Things Remembered has more than 600 retail store...
Compuware Corporation on Wednesday announced that Klaus Enzenhofer, a Technology Strategist for Compuware’s application performance management (APM) business, will deliver the day-one closing keynote address titled: “My Favorite App Performance Challenges solved last year!” at the ConF...
More. Better. Faster. Those are common themes development teams hear on a daily basis. In the rush to get new products out to market quickly, companies expose themselves to the risk of software failure. Java developers often turn to open source solutions to help protect themselves from...
Oracle Monday appealed the multibillion-dollar Google-Java decision that went horribly against it last year when Android was found not to infringe on its patent or copyrights. It says if works of fiction are protected by copyright, so should the Java language claiming that Google copie...
The Coverity Development Testing Platform enables developers to test early and often so they can assure code quality at each development sprint. By finding and addressing the most critical issues early, defects are cheaper and faster to fix. In addition, seamless integration with exist...
This book is both board and deep. Meaning it covers a ton of topics and goes in-depth on all of them. This book is great for the beginner, but also has a lot of advanced material. After a nice introduction that explains the structure of the book the author starts off Part 1 covering t...
If I was going to use one word to describe this book, it would be 'masterpiece'. This is one of the most well put together books I have ever read. It is in full-color, covers a wide variety of topics, and covers them in depth. This book goes well beyond simply teaching you how to us...
Over a series of posts, I will focus on horror stories, from some of our 8,000+ customers we have here at AvePoint, which provided the genesis for these business drivers. The intention of this series is to proactively help your organization understand what "could happen" and what the b...
SYS-CON Events announced today that the Web Host Industry Review has been named “Media Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 12th International Cloud Expo, which will take place on June 10–13, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York City, New York, and the 13th International Cloud Expo, which will take...
If you are looking to get into .NET development, this book is a great place to start. This book will teach you all you need to know about C# development. It will provide C# beginners with a complete foundation on which to build other .NET skills like WPF, Windows 8 App Store, XAML, ASP...
EPractize Labs offers mock exam simulator with study guide for OCEJWCD 6 (SCWCD 6) certification and it was released during OCE Web Component Certification beta stage itself. The software kit, OCEJWCD 6 Certification Training Lab Kit contains 706 practice questions with brief expla...
Compuware Corporation on Tuesday announced the publication of the first volume of its new Application Performance Management (APM) Best Practices collection titled: “2013 APM State-of-the-Art and Trends.” Written by Compuware’s APM Center of Excellence thought leaders and experts, the ...
When Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt returned to Beijing Thursday from his controversial three-day “private visit” to North Korea he said that he told officials in Pyongyang that they must open the country up to Internet access or it would be “harder for them to catch up economi...
After 20 years with the company Microsoft’s chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie is going to retire in 2014 after he turns 65. As a run-up he’s turning his current roll over to chief technical strategy officer Eric Rudder to play senior advisor to CEO Steve Ballmer and wo...
This is a massive cookbook with tons of recipes. It covers a ton of material and it covers it in depth. Although this book is more of a reference than a cover to cover read, every time I use it to look something up I find myself getting sucked in and reading several chapters. The auth...
The guy who runs IBM’s big services unit that means so much to it – pulling in maybe 57% of its revenues – is going to retire on March 31. Mike Daniels was supposedly in contention to replace former CEO Sam Palmisano but lost out to sales chief Ginni Rometty a year ago. He’s been w...
Andy Jassy, the head of Amazon’s cloud business and the Harvard MBA who wrote its business plan, told the Sunday Telegraph in London over the weekend that AWS could some day displace Apple as the world’s most valuable tech company. “We don’t say to ourselves, ‘What we’re really doing...
Highlighting Mobile Carriers and LTE, Vitesse offers top five industry predictions for 2013. Vitesse’s Chief Technology Officer Martin Nuss and Director of Product Marketing Uday Mudoi shared their thoughts on what will be big in the coming year: Carrier LTE deployments will double to...
RDBMSs are stable and mature products. While there is nothing radically new on horizon that would challenge Codd's relational theory and related advances in data processing there are some developments that force established vendors like Oracle to come up with new features and products....
Apple late Monday lost its bid to get a permanent injunction barring 26 of Samsung’s Android-based widgets that a jury found infringed six of Apple’s patents from the American market. Concurrently, the court threw out Samsung’s bid for a new trial. The Korean company claimed the ju...
“This is a great show for us to talk about Stingray product family, which is our application delivery controller family, and specifically the intersection between Stingray and what’s going on in the world of cloud computing,” stated Apurva Dave, VP of Products & General Manager, Stingr...