Instantiations have released version 6.5.0 of WindowBuilder Pro their Eclipse based Java GUI builder. The new & noteworthy page describes some of the improvements available in this new version. WindowBuilder Pro supports not only standard Swing GUIs but Eclipse’s Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) and Google’s Web Toolkit (GWT). One of my favourite features of WindowBuilder’s […]
This is the third part of the Irving owned Brunswick News versus the upstart Carleton Free Press headed by William Kenneth Langdon. Part 1 and Part 2 are available as background on the soap opera / court case. At the continuation of the injunction hearing against Ken Langdon, Brunswick News has decided to scale back […]
Almost two years in the making (since November 18, 2005), the advanced Java Swing component project SwingX has been released. The project has been advancing over the last two years slowly adding and refining the included Swing components however it appears that nobody was willing to commit to a release. There was talk about having […]
The Silver Wave Film Festival has announced its list of screenings for this year’s festival which takes place November 8 -11, 2007. There are quite a few New Brunswick producers and productions. Unfortunately most of the NB entries are shorter flicks but the opening gala on Thursday night does feature the film “They Didn’t Make […]
After waxing about Canadian apple juice not really being Canadian, I was quite pleased to see CBC’s Marketplace tonight discussing the same issue on a larger scale. The program examined some food products which are labeled as “Product of Canada” and attempts to trace where the main ingredients actually come from. The host Wendy Mesley, […]
My previous post on the case of Irving / Brunwick News vs. the former Bugle-Observer publisher WilliamKenneth Langdon stated that the case would be brought to court on October 19th. According to the CBC, at the course case the judge ruled that affidavits entered into evidence by Mr. Langdon were inadmissible the case. Brunswick News […]
As I have discussed before, we are slowly getting close to a fully open source JDK. We have taken two more steps earlier this month with new releases of GNU’s Classpath and IcedTea. IcedTea 1.4 Released! ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â« Lillian’s Blog From the release notes: * Updated to OpenJDK b21 build (README and INSTALL updated accordingly). * […]
Today Google updated their Webmaster Tools product and have added some VERY nice improvements. My favourite new feature is that up to 6 months of historical search query statistics are now available. In addition each search query entry displays the percentage of the top 20 entries that the particular entry represents. This is really helpful […]
- Fixing up NB Power
- Google buys Motorola Mobility
- A unification of NB IT associations?
- ESRI ArcGIS for Android
- New Pita Pit open on Fredericton Northside
- New Brunswick’s deficit – Where did it come from?
- Let your ideas breakthru
- Android is taking over the mobile OS market
- Eliminating the penny?
- Google Maps 5.0 for Android Updates
- Chrome 8 beta features
- Open Government Initiative