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Developer Linux News for Jul 31, 2008

  • Itches You Shouldn't Scratch (2008-07-31 19:00:04)
    OStatic: "The problem is that an awful lot of developers have the same itch - and they don't always look around before they scratch it."

  • Robot Software Shootout -- the Sequel! (2008-07-31 16:00:04)
    Linux Devices: "Today's nascent robotics market has engendered nearly two dozen general-purpose software development frameworks, nearly all of which run on Linux. This article reviews ten, and briefly describes a few others, before concluding with an analysis of which platforms are best-suited to which uses."

  • Intuit Joins the Linux Revolution (2008-07-31 15:30:07)
    The Open Road: "Yes, that Intuit. Promoting Linux and open source."

  • Revving up once:radix for RAD Web Apps (2008-07-31 09:30:09)
    Techworld: "Need to do forms development sans Access or Filemaker? Want rapid Web apps without Ruby on Rails? Want a rich Internet interface and abhor Ajax? Need PostgreSQL development, but don't do PHP? Just want a Java application without the, well, Java? Why not check out the once:radix Web-based RAD environment from once:technologies. And, by the way, did I mention it's open source?"

  • Firefox 3.0 and its XML and XSLT Big Boost (2008-07-31 00:30:09)
    IBM Developerworks: "The XML space includes a huge stack of technologies, but it still all begins with the parser; Firefox 3 introduces one huge improvement to basic XML parsing. In the past on Mozilla browsers, parsing an XML document was synchronous, blocking all operations on the document until it was fully loaded...the user saw nothing at all until it was completely parsed. "