Open Source Development News & More

Open Source Java Libraries Debut for uPortal

Cernunnos 1.0.0 now available to everyone.

Java-Based Data Integration Tool Supports Eclipse

Providing the services layer will drive SOA adoption, XAware argues.

Google Android Flaw Reopens Open Source Security Debate

A security flaw in Google's new Android operating system discovered recently by independent researchers further underscores the security debate between open source and proprietary software.

Microsoft Joins Standards Effort on Ubiquitous Messaging

The company will add its efforts toward developing the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol open standard.

First Look: Google Chrome

Chrome has the makings of a good, lightweight browser, but it still lacks a few important features.

First Look: Ubuntu 8.10 Beta

The latest version Ubuntu Linux features some improvements, but a few problems still persist.

Open Ajax Alliance Offers New IDE and Mashup Tools

OpenAjax Hub 1.1 among debuts at this week's AjaxWorld RIA Conference & Expo.

Merb: The Rails Alternative

New Ruby framework offers a modular approach.

First Look: 3.0

The Microsoft Office alternative is getting better, little by little.

Ballmer Drops Hints About Windows 7, Cloud Computing

Microsoft is gearing up to describe a few of its cutting-edge software technologies in late October.

Microsoft Unleashes Tool For Web Developers

Web App Installer centralized management of ASP.NET and PHP-based open source Web apps.

Silverlight 2 Now Available

Microsoft today released the latest version of its multimedia browser app plug-in, which utilizes the .NET Framework.

SpringSource Releases New App Server

OSGi-based Java server is designed to run Spring applications in the enterprise.

Pentagon: Open Source Good To Go

Military information technology folks wondering if their use of Apache, Perl, Linux and other open source software is copacetic with the brass will soon get some answers from the Defense Department's Office of the Chief Information Officer.

Mono 2.0 Takes Flight

Mono version 2.0, an open source effort to implement the Microsoft .NET development framework for Unix, Linux and other platforms, was formally released Monday.

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