Red Hat has officially rechristened the JBoss Application Server (JBossAS) project "WildFly," a name selected by members of the JBoss.org open source community in a special election in late 2012.
Apache Struts 1.x is no longer officially supported, according to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF).
Microsoft today offered (nearly) free Windows 8 USB sticks to Mac developers but apparently "sold out" just over 30 minutes after the offer was posted.
Developer tools and solutions provider Telerik ramped up the enterprise cred of its Kendo UI framework with a new release sporting PHP and JavaServer Pages (JSP) server wrappers.
SpringSource has released updates of the Spring Tool Suite and the Groovy/Grails Tool Suite.
Zend Technologies on Tuesday announced the general availability of Zend Server 6 and version 10 of its Zend Studio IDE.
Analyst firm Ovum this week released research indicating sentiment about Big Data vendors remained positive in 2012 among Web developers and others.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has released an update of its Wicket Web application framework.
Red Hat is now providing its Java EE-based JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.0 (EAP 6) in the developer preview of its free OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environment.
Riverbed announced its new Stingray Traffic Manager 9.0, saying it combines the application delivery controller (ADC) with its Aptimizer Web content optimization software.
The ZK Application Test Suite, or ZATS Mimic 1.0, is designed to let developers create their own application test cases without having to deploy their apps to a server and test them with a browser.
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has finally released TomEE, the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) of its Tomcat Web server, as a Java EE 6 Web Profile certified stack.
"If APIs are copyrightable in the U.S., but not the EU, then the implications are substantial...startups will come to Europe."
Two separate flaws in the PHP scripting language found in a large majority of Web sites have been seen being exploited in the wild by attackers.