Matt Raible agrees the situation in the Java web framework world is confusing, but believes that Struts Action 2 is the best bet of all the players right now.
A nice “no prior knowledge” introduction to the curly topic of Dependency Injection (also known as Inversion of Control) as it applies to enterprise Java development.
Drew McLellan is developing a PHP library to easily parse microformats (e.g. hCard) out of a given URL or HTML code string.
Nice, unobtrusive script for adding sorting facilities to any HTML table. It’s been around for awhile, but it’s so slick we’re posting it anyway.
Neat concept. Sign up your blog and get paid when editors wish to license your content.
Chris Smith explains how he used a small hiccup in his Google rank to estimate the difference in click-throughs between being in first and second spot on Google. By his reckoning, dropping to 2nd place costs you about 60% of your visits.
The big update to Google Earth’s imagery database (4X more data!) has now reached Google Maps.
Another look at the major open source licenses, this time answering the same five questions for each license so that you can compare them side-by-side.
A survey of fifty “standards compliant web sites” reveals no consistent standard for the DOCTYPE used, except that most tend to prefer XHTML over HTML. But why? And why might you consider sticking with HTML for now?
M. David Green
React The ES6 Way
Your First Meteor 1.2 Application
Jump Start Sass
ECMAScript 2015: A SitePoint Anthology
Scrum: Novice to Ninja
M. David Green