Tag Archives: methodology

GWT PHP Backend

http://www.frightanic.com/2009/12/12/gwt-with-php-back-end/ Update: Actually, with GWT Ajax the backend can simply serve JSON formatted content, no matter what server is used. In an embedded system, it can be a busybox cgi application. Advertisements

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GWT Google Web Toolkit Another Part of the New Web Revolution Here and Now!

It all started with the 2nd top trend from the “Developers Survival Guide” by InfoWorld. JavaScript is not just for JavaScript.

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Collaboration Applications

Free project collaboration tools that rock Web-based application is a new trend of the software world. The blog talks about a few of the great collaboration tools: Cohuman – a social task-based solution. Asana – a blazingly fast collaborative task … Continue reading

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Moore’s Law overturned: boosting embedded computing without adding heat and size

It is a big headline news: Moore’s Law overturned: DARPA eyes boosting embedded computing without adding heat and size

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Reflection in C++ for Introspection on Stackoverflow – Is Your Project Mature

A few questions and answers on Stackoverflow are insightful about this reflection and introspection topic: In “Attribute & Reflection libraries for C++” it states: Most mature C++ projects seem to have an own reflection and attribute system, i.e for defining … Continue reading

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Design by Contract for Embedded Systems on the Web

Design by contract methodology is especially effective for embedded system. I’ve written a short list of links earlier. Now, I wonder, what’s more out there on the web?

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Software Observability, Structure, and Automation – Why and How

Observability and controllability are two important design goals when designing systems. In software design and development, the two goals are often forgotten or mixed up with debugability or taken for only relevant to the testing phase. I write this article … Continue reading

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