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Which mobile blogging client to use?

My Nokia E71 with the excellent keyboard should be a good mobile blogging solution. I am looking for a good blogging client. I use WordPress for my blog so I guess most clients should work with it. Here are a

Posted in E71, Gadgets, Java, Software, Wordpress

Eclipse Tip: Java Compare Editor

In Eclipse 3.5 there are a few significant enhancements. Now it looks and feels more like the Java Editor. It supports Content Assist, Code Formating, Hyperlinking, Java Doc on Hover and Quick Outline. Code Assist Code Hyperlinking Quick Outline JavaDoc

Posted in Eclipse, Java, Software

WebKit for SWT

Genuitec has released WebKit for SWT. It is a embeddable WebKit based browser for Java. It is an SWT component so it can be added to any Eclipse RCP/SWT applications. They also plan to release a Swing based component later.

Posted in Eclipse, Java, Software

Eclipse Tip: Organize Imports and Java Import Style

Default import style in EclipseChange it to suite your style How do you import class in Java? Do you import each class explicitly or use the wildcard character to import the complete package? There are aesthetic pros and cons with

Posted in Eclipse, Java, Software

Eclipse FireFly: Mobile RIA IDE

There is a new Eclipse project proposal: FireFly. Here is its introduction: The FireFly DevKit project intends to develop an extensible mobile web developer kit for use in creating and testing traditional and next-generation mobile RIA applications.  The new generation

Posted in Eclipse, Java, Mozilla

Eclipse Tools for Microsoft Silverlight

Eclipse Tools for Microsoft Silverlight, yes you read that right. Microsoft is funding the Eclipse Tools for Microsoft Silverlight project and it is being developed by Soyatec. Soyatec is a Elipse founding member and the developer of tools like eUML2,

Posted in Dot Net, Eclipse, Java

E71 App: YouTube J2ME Edition

The iPhone and iPod Touch have a nice YouTube app. I wanted to see if there is a similar app for the Nokia E71. There are a few, of course, EmTube, Mobitubia and the official YouTube client. I could not

Posted in E71, Gadgets, Java, Smartphone

Eclipse Plugin: Wicked Shell

A lot of Java development involves an IDE and a Shell window or two. The Shell is Command Prompt (cmd.exe) in my case as I develop on Windows. This cool Eclipse plugin reduces one window in my task bar: Wicked

Posted in Eclipse, Java, Software

Eclipse Tip: Java Editor Breadcrumb Navigation Bar

One new feature of Eclipse 3.4 is the Java editor’s Breadcrumb Navigation Bar. This can be enabled with the keyboard shortcut Alt+Shift+B or using a tool bar button. Like the name suggests it provides a breadcrumb path for the current

Posted in Eclipse, Java

Eclipse Tip: Custom Surround With

Previously I have posted the following tips: Eclipse Tip: Surround WithEclipse Tip: Remove Surrounding Statement I thought that I will add to it a little bit. In Eclipse you can now add your own “Surround With” templates. Let us say

Posted in Eclipse, Java

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