Open source middleware provider WSO2 is billing its new Gadget Server as "a radical departure from traditional portals."
JetBrains releases IntelliJ IDEA 9.0, the latest version of the first Java IDE with integrated code refactoring.
The future of the Eclipse platform will take center stage this week as open source and Java developers gather for the sixth annual EclipseCon 2009 conference in Santa Clara, Calif. where organizers will reveal the progress of Eclipse 4.0 and the Jetty Project.
Red Hat Software has released the first major update to its Eclipse-based developer toolset.
The !exploitable Crash Analyzer is designed to help developers classify, assess and ultimately prevent program crashes.
The BSIMM maturity model sheds light on how enterprises are implementing security initiatives in their internal software development efforts
SpringSource released updates to the dynamic programming language and the open source Web app framework last week.
Pulsar aims to create a standard mobile application development tools platform based on the open source Eclipse framework.
Open source Web framework Lift now available under Apache 2.0 license.
Running KDE apps on Windows XP is a nice idea, but the bugs aren't worked out yet.
Release combines the GlassFish app server with a number of open source projects, including the GlassFish Web Stack, GlassFish Web Space Server and GlassFish ESB.
Novell has released Moonlight 1.0, a plug-in based on Microsoft's Silverlight 1.0 RIA runtime.
On Monday WSO2 unveiled a new service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework built on the OSGi specification.
An industry coalition urged President Obama to make open source software a government consideration.
The foundation overseeing the Firefox browser wants to help the European Commission in its complaint against Microsoft.