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Improving your Corporate Knowledge

August 2008 Blogged by Allan Tan

Improving your Corporate Knowledge

For the past two months, we have been having our weekly T3 (Tuesday Tech Talk) sessions. It’s a 30-minute discussion about any technical topic the presenter would like to discuss. Presenters are randomly selected from the development group. So far, we have received nothing but benefits from this activity. Its benefits and advantages after the jump.

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Another Fun Day at J2EE Training

November 2007 Blogged by Allan Tan

We had fun at J2EE training today, JM talked about YUI, prototype, Script.aculo.us and Dojo. These javascript toolkits surely know their way around the javascript quirks that’s been perstering lots of developers with browser incompatibilities. I agree that these toolkits help a lot in making more stable javascript codes. Some pictures taken from the training: […]

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J2EE Training at ideyatech – Day 1

October 2007 Blogged by Allan Tan

Today is the first day of our J2EE training. Everybody’s excited to become the first batch of the 3 months extensive training program. The training will cover open-source Java frameworks such as Spring, Struts, Hibernate, iBatis, etc. We will also cover newer technologies such as YUI, DWR. It’s going to be a tough but fun […]

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Ajax Toolsets and Libraries

March 2007 Blogged by Allan Tan

In my recent project, I’ve evaluated several Ajax Frameworks to support my web 2.0 Java based application. There are a number of framework that supports Ajax functions and most of which are independent of the back-end programming language. But then, there are Java-based Ajax frameworks such as DWR that provides direct Ajax support in Java. […]

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Integrating Rico with Struts

May 2006 Blogged by Allan Tan

After hearing all the buzz about Ajax, I decided to integrate my existing Struts application with Ajax. So, I surfed around looking for some good Ajax tools. Initially, I was looking at Prototype as it seems to be the most dominant Ajax platform. Then, I found Rico. Rico is an open-source JavaScript library for creating […]

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Integrating Google Maps with Yahoo Geo-Coding

May 2006 Blogged by Allan Tan

At ideyatech, we have recently integrated an application with Google Maps to graphically display key locations. The process is quite simple. Google made Javascript APIs that can be easily integrated with existing codes. Amazingly, this nifty feature can be implemented with less than 15 lines of code. The first step is to sign up for […]

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