|»||High-Performance Data Management in Javad|
Figuring out how to manage data efficiently is a critical business requirement in addition to being a technological imperative.
Java Management Extensions (JMX) is the management standard both in J2EE and J2SE. Because JMX greatly simplifies the instrumentation of resources and remote access to them, it is becoming the de facto standard for Java application and services management.
|»||Cascading Style Sheets & JavaServer Facesd|
JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology is a Java standard web technology that makes it easy to create web applications. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a W3C technology that has been around for some time, but has recently gained momentum because modern browsers now support it.
|»||The Eclipse Modeling Framework d|
The idea of building applications by first modeling them, then transforming these models into implementation code has been around for many years.
|»||Performance Diagnosis & .NET Applicationsd|
Performance analysis for any application must be managed at every stage of the software-development lifecycle. Each of...
|»||Moving to .NET 2.0d|
Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0, and C# 2.0 include a host of new features. But since your .NET 1.1 app probably runs as-is on .NET 2.0, is there any rush to load it into Visual Studio 2005 and start exploiting new .NET and C# functionality?