Monthly Archives: August 2009

Twitter status post with Apache Wink

I read from Davanum Srinivas’s tweet that the Apache Wink podling released 0.1. I didn’t know what Wink is offering, so I took a look. I read that Apache Wink 0.1 is a complete and TCK compliant implementation of the

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Issues with “in” operator in JavaScript – using hasOwnProperty() function

Imagine you are using an JavaScript array on the client-side that stores some client-side components (or vanilla HTML elements) by their IDs – for what ever reason. Now imagine you have a function that checks if a given ID is

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What’s New in JSF 2?

Andy Schwartz has created a fantastic introduction to the new features of JavaServer Faces 2: http://andyschwartz.wordpress.com/2009/07/31/whats-new-in-jsf-2/

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