Code Review by Web Tool: Codestriker 1.9.5

Jul 07, 2008

Version 1.9.5 of Codestriker, a Web application that supports code reviewing by geographically distributed teams of developers has just been released. The new version offers sophisticated syntax highlighting.

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Light Web Server Alternatives The Cherokee and Lighttpd alternative web servers

Jul 01, 2008

Apache has ruled the web since the mid-90s, but not all users are happy with it. Recent competitors Cherokee and Lighttpd offer an uncomplicated alternative for users who are looking for something light.

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Free Software Projects An up-to-date look at free software and its makers

Jun 19, 2008

The recent discussion concerning the future of Mozilla Thunderbird is one example of the needs of a corporation vs. those of the user community.

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Perlbal Scaling your website with the Perlbal web server

Jun 17, 2008

Let the nimble Perlbal web server keep your traffic in balance.

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Intel and Wind River: Linux-Based Infotainment for Automobiles

May 25, 2008

Hardware specialist Intel and embedded systems manufacturer Wind River are aiming to put Linux on wheels. Both enterprises have announced their intention to release a jointly developed Linux platform for the automotive industry.

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Flash and Moonlight News

May 15, 2008

New releases of the two competing Web technologies, Flash and Silverlight, have just become available. While version 10 of the new Flash Player runs on three platforms, the Silverlight implementation, Moonlight, is designed exclusively for Linux systems.

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Adobe AIR for Linux

Apr 01, 2008

Software manufacturer Adobe has just released an initial alpha version for Linux of its developer environment AIR for Web technology .

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Webkit everywhere

Mar 19, 2008

Mozilla Foundation's Gecko used to be "the" choice for embedding a HTML renderer into any application. Having the very popular Firefox web browser as its main success case, the Gecko engine seems to provide quite efficient web content rendering times. However, what the KDE project started as their own web content rendering engine (KHTML and friends) was transformed by Apple into Webkit, the engine used in their Safari web browser.

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