Tag Archives: compatibility
Posted on 10. Dec, 2009 by guilhermesilveira.
“Break it” to scale! Many systems contain webpages that are very similar to user “custom pages”, where they can configure what they want to see, and every piece is aggregated from different sources into one single page. In some cases, those are widget based frameworks as wicket and gwt that can be added to my [...]
Posted on 08. Dec, 2009 by guilhermesilveira.
The human web and christmas gifts You have been buying books at amazon.com for 5 years now: typing www.amazon.com in your browser, searching for your book, adding it to the cart and entering your credit card information. But this year, on December 15th 2009 something new happens. Amazon has launched an entire new “christmas discount [...]
Posted on 25. Nov, 2009 by guilhermesilveira.
Its time to release Restfulie Java, offering the same power encountered in its ruby release, through the use of dynamic bytecode generation and request interception using VRaptor. Serialization framework Restfulie adopts XStream by default. Its simple usage and configuration gets even easier due to vraptor’s serialization extension built upon XStream – but it allows the [...]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2009 by guilhermesilveira.
There is a short slide show to illustrate some thoughts. There will be better ones in the near future. When is the right timing to break compatibility of a public api regarding its previous versions? Well, in the open source communites there is a common sense that a library is allowed to cause some migration [...]