Jeroen Reijn


on Tech, Open Source and software development

Google launches Subversion driven open source project hosting service

At OSCON, the O’Reilly open source conference, Google announced an open source project hosting site called: Google Code Project Hosting. Greg Stein, an open source engineer with Google and chairman of the Apache Software Foundation, says in an interview with NewsForge that it’s not supposed to rival SourceForge.net, but I guess that SF will of course suffer from Google’s new service.

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Javascript debugging in Internet Explorer

I guess most web developers feel the same about Javascript debugging in IE. I think it’s really hard and it sucks bigtime. I just did not want to start placing alert’s all over the place again, to see what was going on. There is just not enough information comming from the browser (by default), about what’s really going wrong compared with how Firefox handles Javascript errors. The best Firefox script debugger in my opinion is Venkman of course. You should really give it a try.

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Debugging the Hippo CMS GUI framework

All user interface components within Hippo CMS 6 are handled by a javascript framework, which regulates the interaction between the different views and perspectives within the user interface. This framework will also handle the AJAX requests to the server for updating all perspectives and views.

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Configurable cocoon.createObject()

Today I was working on a new feature in the CMS. I had to do some flowscript coding in order to implement this feature. By default you can create an instance of a Java class in flowscript by using the following syntax: cocoon.createObject(Packages.nl.hippo.cms.Class);

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ApacheCon Europe 2006 part 2

I’m sitting outside now in sunny Amsterdam, after catching up some sleep, rethinking the ApacheCon Europe 2006 in Dublin. Arthur, Dennis and myself arrived on wednesday evening, so we had all thursday to attend sessions. Most of them were about AJAX, but there were some other interesting sessions that I really wanted to attend as well.

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