KAN CMS development is still on going, and we are headed for a new alpha release, with focus this time on Components. We are trying very hard to make Components an easier to use feature with KAN with the addition all several new features and a couple of changes to the existing system, API and platform. Continue reading KAN CMS Alpha 2 Is All About Components
The following article has been updated to be more concise with respect to the way JavaFX is implemented in the various browsers. Opera does not support the Java Plugin in general.
However, I’ve been meaning to try out JavaFX for a while now, but I’ve not made the switch to it yet, simply because Opera does not support it, which is very frustrating. Continue reading Why Doesn’t Opera Support JavaFX?
I was using my Yahoo mail today and had to spend of most of the day attaching and sending some moderately large files to some colleagues, and I was seriously having a terrible time with it. Continue reading Java vs Flash File Uploaders
Over the past year or so, I have been wondering about the state of Java Applets with respect to the whole web2.0 transformation and the current RIA war that is going on between the major RIA players. I kept wondering whether or not Applets could compete. Basically with the release of Java 6 update 10, some semblance of hope was brought back into applet development.