Friday, December 08, 2006
Run lightly, suspend often, grab a couple of minutes charge when I can :)
The Spring/DWR Ajax stuff was pretty good. Lots of techniques to keep the code under control.
Even had some usage of script.aculo.us. It had the standard web store demo, with a finale where google maps is used to show "live" tracking of a package en-route.
One of the good things about this presentation, it was very clear that Bram Smeets is an 'in the trenches' developer. Discussions were like just talking to a fellow dev.
I suspect a lot of dangerous code will be written based on that session.
The security aspect was pretty brief. But, since DWR basically runs out of a servlet, it should be clear what to do.
I swear, I've got to write a mailet for my James email server to catch emailed photos from my phone. This, email to self and scp to the server is starting to get old quick.