Tag: week32

Links & Reads from 2015 Week 32

Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

#Java:

#JavaScript:

#Clojure:

Elixir:

Links:

  • Spring Framework 4.2 release
  • tufte-css – ‘Style your webpage like Edward Tufte’s handouts’
  • VisUI – ‘create nice looking UI in LibGDX using scene2d.ui’
  • Android Asset Studio
  • Camunda – a Java-based OpenSource BPM platform
  • Toxy – ‘Hackable HTTP proxy to simulate server failure scenarios and unexpected network conditions’
  • Joxa – ‘A Modern Lisp for the Erlang VM’
  • Lavagna – ‘an open-source issue/project management tool designed for small teams’
  • Yeoman-App – a desktop app for scaffolding projects with Yeoman
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Links & reads from 2014 Week 32

What’s been buzzing last week? A lot of Clojure stuff, Google published a paper on a hashing algorithm, new JavaScript libraries, and more…

Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

#Java:

#JavaScript:

#Clojure:

Links:

  • Brackets Themes – themes for the Brackets editor
  • cockroach – a ‘Scalable, Geo-Replicated, Transactional Datastore’ written in Go
  • tephra – transactions for HBase
  • mqtt-spy – ‘utility for monitoring activity on MQTT topics and publishing messages’
  • dacom – ‘a skeleton app built with Datomic, Compojure, and Om’
  • p5.js – ‘a JS client-side library for creating graphic and interactive experiences, based on the core principles of Processing’
  • riotjs – ‘the 1kb client side MVP library’

Links & reads from 2013 Week 32

Week 32 brought some interesting articles, some older ones were discussed as well, and some interesting projects were showcased – like the Beego framework for Go (I guess Revel has competition now). Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

Older reads that resurfaced this week:

Links:

  • spray – high-performance REST/HTTP for Scala and Akka
  • undertow – “a flexible performant web server written in java, providing both blocking and non-blocking API’s based on NIO”
  • Beego – “an open source framework to build and develop your web applications in the Go way.”