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How To Compile Multiple Files Using NetBeans 6.5

Hello, I'm new to Java and have been using NetBeans 6.5 as my IDE. I have been learning how to create classes and have come to the point w…

Started by Mark Hollinger

0 Aug 12, 2009

Facebook connect JS

This is more javascript. However, I have been playing around with facebook connect on a website I am coding for and it is kind of a cool fe…

Started by Tim Stevesi

2 Jun 18, 2009
Reply by Tim Stevesi

Courses translated to french

I want courses of iphone's development in french.

Started by Mara

2 May 27, 2009
Reply by Michael Levin

Comparing Tomcat and Glassfish

There is a direct connection between the Web container technology used by developers and the performance and agility of applications. This…

Started by Carol McDonald

0 Mar 6, 2009

JavaFX JavaFX RESTful Pet Catalog Client: a JavaFX application th…

Started by Carol McDonald

1 Dec 7, 2008
Reply by Michael Levin

OJUG Mule Demo Source Code

Hi All, What a great night! To those who are interested for the presentation slides and source code of my demo, you may download it here:…

Started by Zemian Deng

0 Nov 20, 2008



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