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The Making of an Event-driven Stateless GUI

For the last few months we’ve been working hard on a new invention here at Viaboxx Systems, and now we think it’s time to tell the world about our recent accomplishments. A lot of the stuff we do at work goes into creating GUIs for touch-screens, like the ones you find on ticket-machines and ATMs.…
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Announcing Flurfunk

Flurfunk, a simple Twitter-like service for small teams, is now open source. We created Flurfunk because we wanted an internal timeline where we could: post interesting links have small discussions see commits, monitoring messages and build-reports all in one place Many teams use IRC for this kind of internal communication, but Flurfunk has a few…
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Strongly Typed Camel BeanBindings

The Apache Camel framework offers powerful mechanisms to determine which method of your beans to invoke. These are described here in the Camel documentation: http://camel.apache.org/bean-binding.html.   In practice, you have your beans defined with spring and declare their invocation in the Camel route definition either with „beanRef“: [codesyntax lang="java"] .beanRef("orderService", "doSomething") [/codesyntax] or with „to“: [codesyntax lang="java"] .to("bean:orderService?method=doSomething")…
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Automatic Documentation with Flex-UI-Tests

All software projects that produce GUI-applications for users face the same problems: 1) How to maintain a documentation, that is always up-to-date? Containing current screenshots showing realistic data, telling a user-story, explaining step-by-step how to use the application, also explaining the failure scenarios. Even worse when the GUIs support multiple languages, in which case we need the screenshots…
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