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bug defect tracking

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bug defect tracking [Visitor]
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edulib

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

edulib [Visitor]
If you want to replace keytool with a GUI tool then you can use CERTivity.
http://www.edulib.com/products/keystores-manager/

It can handle different types of keystores (JKS, JCEKS, PKCS12, BKS, UBER, Windows) and digital signatures.
PermalinkPermalink 02/18/13 @ 07:35
Sandy Smith

In response to: How does Java Security Flaw affect Desktop Applications

Sandy Smith [Visitor]
thanks for your easy to follow write up about Java, and how to go about fixing the issues.
PermalinkPermalink 01/19/13 @ 08:56
kids-animation-software

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kids-animation-software
Super Mario 64 Claymashen 21-33
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victor.ewert

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

victor.ewert [Member]
Thanks for the info about jsign. It looks interesting, and I'll give it a try on my next release.
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/12 @ 16:09
Emmanuel Bourg

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

Emmanuel Bourg [Visitor]
There is now an Ant task for signing Windows executable files:

http://ebourg.github.com/jsign

The task is platform independent and doesn't rely on native tools like signtool or signcode. And if you already have a keystore for signing jar files you can reuse it directly, no need to generate the SPC/PVK files.
PermalinkPermalink 10/05/12 @ 07:15
nice review

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nice review [Visitor]
nice review
Calling Javascript from a Java Applet
PermalinkPermalink 09/26/12 @ 05:41
victor.ewert

In response to: Geocaching app for iPhone/iPod Review

victor.ewert [Member]
Sorry, iPod touch does not come with a built in GPS.
PermalinkPermalink 08/19/12 @ 14:25
Kathy

In response to: Geocaching app for iPhone/iPod Review

Kathy [Visitor]
One question: Can we use the Ipod as a gps with a compass ?
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/12 @ 09:50
Aadam Gibson

In response to: Storage Options for Android Developers

Aadam Gibson [Visitor]
I am fresher of Android programming; I think this is great information which helpful to my future project.
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/12 @ 05:29
Vishnu Vadulan

In response to: Types of Testing

Vishnu Vadulan [Visitor]
thank you for providing these informations.....i would like to know about backend testing......tools used....could you please help me out....thanks in advance......
PermalinkPermalink 07/25/12 @ 12:12
Arun

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

Arun [Visitor]
Arun
Cross Platform Code Signing
PermalinkPermalink 05/02/12 @ 23:06
Malli

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

Malli [Visitor]
Thanks. Its a point of signing source for all the platforms.
PermalinkPermalink 04/12/12 @ 01:07
social bookmarking

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social bookmarking [Visitor]
social bookmarking
Installing Java on Windows
PermalinkPermalink 02/29/12 @ 17:34
John Dallman

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

John Dallman [Visitor]
Thanks for this - it explains a buinch of concepts that I couldn't find in Apple documentation.
PermalinkPermalink 02/22/12 @ 07:41
leather jackets

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

leather jackets [Visitor]
leather jacket
Thank you for your article.Very informative.
PermalinkPermalink 02/15/12 @ 11:48
leather jackets

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leather jackets [Visitor]
leather jacket
Thank you for your article.Very informative.
PermalinkPermalink 02/15/12 @ 11:38
axoniclabs

In response to: Unit Converter reviews for iPhone/iPod

axoniclabs [Visitor]
gUnit and gUnit Lite for iOS from axoniclabs are great unit converter apps as well. Check them out at http://www.axoniclabs.com/gUnit/
PermalinkPermalink 02/09/12 @ 08:49
sync software reviews

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sync software reviews
PWMinder receives 5 Stars from Best Vista Downloads
PermalinkPermalink 02/03/12 @ 11:51
reddy

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reddy [Visitor]
Thank you so much this is very helpful for me......................
PermalinkPermalink 01/23/12 @ 18:23
Matthew C. Kriner

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Matthew C. Kriner [Visitor]
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PermalinkPermalink 01/07/12 @ 03:52
Gousia

In response to: Types of Testing

Gousia [Visitor]
This article is so awesome that after reading this i need not to remember the definitions of various types of testing.I can give the real life scenarios and that way i am able to remember all that i read.Simply awesome.Thanks for sharing such a wonderful gift with us
PermalinkPermalink 12/16/11 @ 03:48
QTP tester

In response to: Test Automation

QTP tester [Visitor]
Very good analysis about automation.You have explained very clearly.If you mention some tools like QTP,Winrunner........and what are all the benefits,when will we use particular means it will be more helpful. thanks for the detailed analysis and sharing. http://qtpbook.com/
PermalinkPermalink 10/03/11 @ 06:32
motorcycle transport

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

motorcycle transport [Visitor]
What you are trying to do is not an easy task, I am also trying it but I ma facing some problems while dealing with the exe conversion factor.If you can provide any help please let me know.
PermalinkPermalink 09/22/11 @ 07:06
freelance writer

In response to: Essential Software for your PC - Part 2 - Productivity Software

freelance writer [Visitor]
Wow. I can save a lot of money now! But I've already spent a huge sum of money!
PermalinkPermalink 09/21/11 @ 13:36
Sohail

In response to: Cross Platform Code Signing

Sohail [Visitor]
FYI, this only works if you import the cert into your login keychain. Otherwise it perpetually asks to unlock the System keychain everytime you codesign.
PermalinkPermalink 09/20/11 @ 00:41
uma

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uma [Visitor]
excellent information.want explanation about compatibility and cross browser. cross browser is nothing but we will test the application in different browsers like IE,Firefox,chrome....
PermalinkPermalink 08/12/11 @ 06:12
swaroopa

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swaroopa [Visitor]
Thankyou very much this is very useful for me.
PermalinkPermalink 07/29/11 @ 04:10
James Carter

In response to: Essential Software for your PC - Part 2 - Productivity Software

James Carter [Visitor]
In this article the description is very clear and helpful. It describes everything clearly. I enjoyed the article very much. I also have read a article about this topic here "http://www.techyv.com/article/some-essential-software-internet-users" which is very helpful also.
PermalinkPermalink 07/19/11 @ 16:01
Bharath

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Bharath [Visitor]
Gud Article
PermalinkPermalink 07/11/11 @ 07:57
Stewart Sims

In response to: Essential Software for your PC - Part 2 - Productivity Software

Stewart Sims [Visitor]
Google Calendar is another productivity tool that I found became so important to me, I developed a web app called meetingShed which integrates with it to make booking meetings / appointments straightforward. Please do check it out and if you like it recommend it to others.
PermalinkPermalink 06/22/11 @ 10:10
rizeletry

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rizeletry [Visitor]
I find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the point where my visits are almost daily now!
PermalinkPermalink 06/07/11 @ 12:24
rizeletry

In response to: Calling Javascript from a Java Applet

rizeletry [Visitor]
Very Interesting Information! Thank You For Thi Post!
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rizeletry

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

rizeletry [Visitor]
Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.
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rizeletry

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin (Part 2)

rizeletry [Visitor]
Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.
PermalinkPermalink 06/07/11 @ 12:24
George

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

George [Visitor]
this article was really interesting. I hope you write more like it in the future. I'll definitely show this to my friends.
PermalinkPermalink 05/09/11 @ 23:47
Jassi

In response to: Simplifying Logging for Blackberry Development, Part 1

Jassi [Visitor]
Great Post...Thanks a Lot...Kepp Posting more on Blackberry...
PermalinkPermalink 04/14/11 @ 04:17
Angelo fraietta

In response to: Navigationg BlackBerry Screen Saving flow

Angelo fraietta [Visitor]
Great - really helped me understand the logic
PermalinkPermalink 04/10/11 @ 22:46
landscaping Hockessin

In response to: Simplifying Logging for Blackberry Development, Part 1

landscaping Hockessin [Visitor]
Good job, post is fantastic
PermalinkPermalink 03/06/11 @ 13:23
victor.ewert

In response to: Navigationg BlackBerry Screen Saving flow

victor.ewert [Member]
That's a good question, I don't know for sure (I haven't tried it), but from what I understand, System.exit(0) will exit right away, and bypass onClose(). Others can correct me if I'm wrong.
PermalinkPermalink 02/07/11 @ 18:40
Gyubok Baik

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Gyubok Baik [Visitor]
Excellent post. One quick question: when I execute System.exit(0), does it initially go through onClose() method or does it just exits right away discarding everything
PermalinkPermalink 02/07/11 @ 16:49
Sam007

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Sam007 [Visitor]
Interesting post. Well done and good luck with your very great work. Will pop back soon for more read, thanks. Your website design is superb as well!
PermalinkPermalink 01/16/11 @ 03:46
Rachel

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

Rachel [Visitor]
JRE 4.2.1 and 4.3.0 for Eclipse can be downloaded from the BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse 3.5 BETA Update Site:

http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/devbetasoftware/jar/3.5/java
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/10 @ 13:57
Vito Westcoat

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

Vito Westcoat [Visitor]
Appreciation for the great blog post. I am glad I have taken the time to learn this.
PermalinkPermalink 12/06/10 @ 20:49
Andy

In response to: Simplifying Logging for Blackberry Development, Part 2

Andy [Visitor]
You are awesome hero
PermalinkPermalink 11/30/10 @ 15:08
Jennifer

In response to: Calling Javascript from a Java Applet

Jennifer [Visitor]
Wow!Now I know how to do a Java Applet.Think I'm going to try this on my blog and see how it goes.
Thanks!
PermalinkPermalink 11/25/10 @ 00:28
BlackBerry Special

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

BlackBerry Special [Visitor]
thanks. this post helped me to figure out which simulator to run for blackberry's new ad service program.
PermalinkPermalink 11/03/10 @ 10:53
Chris

In response to: Test Automation

Chris [Visitor]
I can see you mention "usability testing" in your article. You can take a look at www.userfeel.com and learn more about remote, low-cost, quick, effective usability testing.
PermalinkPermalink 10/05/10 @ 04:17
victor.ewert

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

victor.ewert [Member]
I can't seem to find 4.3 either. It seems like BlackBerry is pushing for having 4.5 being the minimum support OS.
PermalinkPermalink 09/27/10 @ 09:06
Leonardo

In response to: BlackBerry Simulators Reference Guide for Eclipse 3.5 plugin

Leonardo [Visitor]
Hi... I need the BB JRE 4.3.0 for Eclipse but it is no longer available at http://www.blackberry.com/go/eclipseUpdate/3.5/java. Do you know where can I get it?. I donwloaded JDE 4.3.0 from RIM and installed separately (outside Eclipse) but when I try to import it in Eclipse, it can't find the .ee definition file. Thanks for your blog
PermalinkPermalink 09/27/10 @ 05:40

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