Web Development News & Resources

SQL Injection Attacks on the Rise

MessageLabs reports that the number of SQL injection attacks spiked sharply last month.

Oracle Launches WebLogic Server 10g 3

Revamped BEA software will be key part of company's SOA, BPM and WebCenter suites.

Microsoft Ships Visual Studio 2008 and .NET SP1

More than just bug fixes, service promises to improve developer productivity.

Silverlight 2: Olympic Trial

If Silverlight 2 wins the gold in Beijing, will it be ready to light up your rich Internet apps?

Sun To Open Source Java System Web Server and Web Proxy Technologies

Both will be released under BSD license; source code coming later this year.

Apple Reacts to Spoof Threats, Issues DNS Hotfix

The company issued patches for its OS and server products to address Domain Name Server vulnerabilities.

Scrum: An Agile Development Favorite

Scrum has emerged as the most popular lightweight method according to Danube Technologies' founders.

Should RIA Developers Shift to Service Orientation?

Benefits of reusability and business agility touted.

DataDirect Offers Data Integration Suite

The product combines three tools to facilitate data integration in traditional and SOA environments.

Microsoft's Live Mesh Preview Wait-List Only

Microsoft broadened the preview access to testers of its new cloud-computing connectivity platform.

Live Mesh Preview: It's Wait-List Only

Microsoft quietly opened its Live Mesh preview to more testers on July 15, but by today (July 17), the offer had been narrowed to just waiting-list only.

Embarcadero Releases SQL Optimizer

In its first product release since acquiring Borland's CodeGear business, Embarcadero Technologies Inc. this week released a new tool set designed to help developers optimize SQL code in databases.

SnapLogic Leverages Amazon Cloud Platform

The company teamed with Amazon to add scalability to its hosted data integration solution.

Spring Gets Expanded Java Annotation Support

Spring 2.5 embraces annotations in a variety of new ways.

.NET Developers Gain Velocity

One of the big surprises at Microsoft's Tech-Ed North America 2008 Developers conference in Orlando, Fla., last month was the launch of Project "Velocity," the code name for a distributed, in-memory data-caching platform that was quietly under development in Redmond.

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