As you know earlier I had parsed Aamir Khan’s Blog to create a feed. It was custom screen scraping code to generate the feed.Today, after reading Anand’s blog, I did the same using YQL and Pipes. Using YQL/PIPE is much easier than writing custom code and is less buggy.
PJama is an experimental prototype that implements Orthogonal Persistence for the Java platform (OPJ), which is an approach to making application objects persist between program executions with the minimum possible effort required from the application programs themselves.
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) complements Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) by providing another way of thinking about program structure. In addition to classes, AOP gives you aspects. Aspects enable modularization of concerns such as transaction management that cut across multiple types and objects. (Such concerns are often termed crosscutting concerns.)
The ajc command compiles and weaves AspectJ and Java source and .class files, producing .class files compliant with any Java VM (1.1 or later). It combines compilation and bytecode weaving and supports incremental builds;
This is a blog about programming. Specifically, it is about how programming tools can help make you a better programmer. Even more specifically, it is about how we are making tools for aspect-oriented programming languages so that these languages can become more accessible.
TikiWiki (Tiki) is your Groupware/CMS (Content Management System) solution. Tiki has the features you need:
* Wikis (like Wikipedia)
* Forums (like phpBB)
* Blogs (like WordPress)
* Articles (like Digg)
* Image Gallery (like Flickr)
* Map Server (like Google Maps)
* Link Directory (like DMOZ)
* Multilingual (like Babel Fish)
* Bug tracker (like Bugzilla)
* RSS feeds (in & out)
* Free source software (LGPL)