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Develop iPhone Apps with Ruby and Eclipse Part 3
Although Mobile Safari is more than adequate at rendering normal Web pages, many Web developers created versions of applications aimed at the iPhone. Here in Part 3 learn what to do when the user reaches the end of the list structure and your application actually needs to display content.
Annotating the Web with Atom
You've seen reader comments on weblogs and other Web 2.0 sites, but the Atom protocol makes it possible to create and manage such comments in a very flexible way. Flexible Web annotations open up an entirely new class of Web applications with very little actual new invention. Learn how to create a system to manage annotations for anything on the Web, from nearly anywhere.
Develop iPhone Apps with Ruby and Eclipse Part 2
Although Mobile Safari is more than adequate at rendering normal Web pages, many Web developers created versions of applications aimed at the iPhone. Here in Part 2 of this series learn the common use of drill-down lists as a navigation method.
Build Ajax Applications with Ext JS
Easily Track Intrusion Attempts on Your Web Site
Detect intrusions, and prevent attacks from ruining your Web designs and application programming using Snort, a free and open source NIPS and NIDS tool. In Part 1 of the series you installed Snort and made sure it could detect packets. Now, in Part 2, learn what the data means inside these packets, and how you can use that data to infer whether attacks are occurring and alert system administrators to those attacks.
Make Your Grails Mobile Phone Friendly
The number of cell phone users worldwide is at 3.3 billion and rising, and Internet access from mobile phones is on a rapidly upward trajectory. In this Mastering Grails installment learn how to make your Grails applications mobile phone friendly. Developing for the mobile Web as hits unique demands, but after this article you will be well on your way.
Ajax Web Components using JSTL and JSP Tags
Learn how to build custom JSP tags with dynamic attributes to facilitate rapid application changes. This article shows how to use JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL) and JSP tag files to implement data binding, page navigation, and style conventions, which make both development and maintenance easier. The last section of this article contains an example that uses Ajax to submit a Web form.
Ajax Security Tools
In this article, learn application-strengthening tools, including Firefox tools and add-ons, which you can use to improve or solve security problems within your Ajax applications. Certain vulnerabilities within Ajax applications can allow hackers to reek havoc with your applications. These include identity theft, unprotected access to sensitive information, browser crashes, defacement of Web applications, and Denial of Service attacks.
Real Web 2.0: Manage Data the Right Way
In the previous installment of this column you learned about Linking Open Data (LOD), a community initiative for moving the Web from separated documents to a broad information space of data. In this article you will see how to quickly put LOD ideas to use. Learn about the Exhibit Web library from the MIT Simile project, which allows you to construct functional and visually attractive user interfaces without much work with a good LOD available.
Internationalize Your Apps with XSLT
Today’s web-based reporting applications usually use XSL transformation to format data. To meet the needs of users worldwide Web application often require internationalization. Follow this step-by-step approach to managing client-side internationalization based on XSLT. This solution only requires that both the data to be internationalized and the server stores are in XML
Enhance Web Publishing with Jacquard
Jacquard is a software development methodology specialized for Web projects and Web development that looks to align the work and goals of business interest personnel, Web designers, programmers, project managers, database analysts, and more. Learn Jacquard’s core principles, and follow an example of its use in communication between a user experience team and a programmer team.
Plan a Semantic Web Site
The Semantic Web allows users to get smarter search results and site owners to get more targeted traffic as users find what they really want. Learn how to make your Web site part of the Semantic Web, as this article leads you through the aspects of both information architecture and general infrastructure you need to truly take advantage of this burgeoning opportunity.
Design an Ajax Super Page with Del.icio.us
Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking Web site that allows users to create and share browser-independent bookmarks. Surf the Web and have your del.icio.us tags, links, and functions handy, or a single page where you can save the site you're browsing directly into your account. This tutorial shows you how to use Ajax to build such a page using a PHP script as the server-side proxy.
Protect Your Project Zero Apps with OpenID
OpenID is an open source, emerging security technology that provides decentralized authentication across the Internet. In this article, the third and final part of the series, learn about Project Zero Security and how to leverage OpenID authentication, define security rules for the application, and extend a user registry.
Project Zero Security Part 2
Developers of Project Zero Security have made an effort to simplify the enablement of security quick and easily. In this article, Part 2 of the three-part series, delve into Project Zero Security and how to create a user registry, define security rules for the application, and leverage an LDAP user registry.
Create Input Forms with Ajax and XML
Getting Started with JFS 1.2 Part 1
JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology, a server-side framework that offers a component-based approach to Web user-interface development, has come a long way. This tutorial series covers how to get started with JFS 1.2 with many examples to get you started quickly.
Push RSS to New Limits
This tutorial demonstrates using Really Simple Syndication (RSS) channels to store contact information and meeting information—much as a personal address book and calendar does. It uses RSS elements and attributes such as items and guides to create a neural-network-like mesh of related data.
The Best use of Asynchronous Callbacks for Ajax
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