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A tool allowing software developers to check the backward compatibility of API's between different versions of a Java library. Find out about compatibility between releases of your Java libraries from this tool rather than from the users of your jar!
This is a lightweight Java ME (J2ME) application that allows users to determine what APIs are supported by their phone. It also allows a user to determine if a particular Class is in the JVMs classpath, this allows users to determine if APIs, other than the ones checked by default, are available on their device. RequirementsThe only Java ME APIs that should be REQUIRED for this app to run on your phone are: CLDC 1.0 MIDP 1.0 And since these are the MINIMUM that a device must have in order to qua
This project will demonstrate and develop several examples for using the Google Earth API as the front end to geoprocessing tasks from a variety of GIS software suites, both commercial and open source. Using the Google Earth API with ESRI's JS APICheck it out! Blog entry about the Earth API / ESRI Demo
GTweener has been succeeded by ActuateActuate is way faster, packs more features and has an even cooler API!Check it out!IntroductionCreating tweens is foundational to nearly any project in Flash. While there are always many choices in tweening engines, Tweener has long been an industry standard. A recent but exciting newcomer is GTween. It is fast, has many features and is making headway in the Flash community. The Case for CombiningTweener provides excellent "set it and forget it" simplicity.