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Hallvard Trætteberg
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Hallvard Trætteberg commented on a post on Blogger.
PUT is expected to be idempotent, so PUTting the "same" entity several times means first creating and then updating. POST hasn't such a limitation and can have "any" side-effect.
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Hallvard Trætteberg commented on a post on Blogger.
I love the idea of supporting Xtext-based DSLs in web pages. We have a working Java editor based on the ACE editor, which uses JDT services for error markers and completion. I hope Xtext is refactored so it is possible to support the same features, i.e. building and extracting error markers, and asking for completion proposals, without depending on xtext.ui!
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I've been wanting to try out JavaFX for some time, as it seems positioned to replace Swing as Java's future UI platform and developers worth listening to (like Tom Schindl and some Xtext folks) are doing interesting things with it, e.g. e(fx)clipse. Unfortunately, JavaFX requires JDK7, which seemingly does not easily install on Snow Leopard, so I haven't been able to take a closer look (than reading and watching videos allow). And JavaFX has so far not been a big enough reason to upgrade to Mountain Lion. However, a recent answer on stackoverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13536667/how-to-install-java-jdk-7-on-snow-leopard) gives a possible solution: JDK7 and JavaFX don't really require Mountain Lion, even if the default installer says so, so installing the JDK7+JavaFX package with a different installer, like Pacifist, seems to do the trick. So far, I've been able to compile with JDK7 and try the JavaFX Scene Builder on some sample without problems. Next step is to install e(fx)clipse and get more hands-on experience with JavaFX!
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