Archive for May, 2009

Wicket Web Beans 1.1 Released

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

After an overly long delay, Wicket Web Beans 1.1 has been released. I really appreciate Daniel Toffeti’s contributions.  Also thanks to Cemal at (http://jWeekend.com) for pushing us to get this release out. jWeekend is gracious hosting the live samples for us (see below). Looking forward, Daniel is going to start on the Wicket 1.4 migration. And, maybe someday, I’ll get back to WWB 2.0. The code for it is on the 2.0 branch and you can experiment with it if you want.

Some News:

The project is now hosted on Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/wicket-web-beans/
Try out the live samples http://jweekend.com/wicketwebbeans-examples-1.1/WebBeans/

Enjoy!

 

AlphaMixr Reviewed – Demo Downloads Hit 10,000

Saturday, May 16th, 2009

AlphaMixr, my game for Google Android (T-Mobile G1, et. al.), was reviewed the other day and got 4 out of 5 “droids.” You can read the review at Android Tapp.  You can also read AlphaMixr user reviews on Cyrket (an online Android Market browser).

In other news, AlphaMixr Demo hit the 10,000 download mark today at Android Market.  I think this will pick up even more as additional Android-based devices are released globally this year.

You can see screen shots and more information about AlphaMixr at its website: AlphaMixr.net.