WordPress instance moved

My old host provider refused to allow me to add ssl certificate for this site (which they thought belongs only to ‘company accounts’ ?! – weird). Nevertheless it’s (still) a free world, so I simply moved it to another place with full control over the server. Hence the sweet green ‘https’ in the browser URL. […]

SuperDevMode GWT 2.7 running on External Tomcat Server

This is an update on previous post on SDM. Build-in Jetty server in eclipse (coming bundled with the Google-plugin) has never really been a reliable partner for developing as it often differs from the real production environment. SuperDevMode enables debugging in the browser (no network trip and Java emulation) which is nice and it can […]

Nya gamla bryggder

Innan jag skriver om den nya ölen som skall bryggas imorgon får jag väl passa på att skriva om två öl som jag missat skriva om. Innan semestern och innan sommaren bryggde jag två öl som båda håller på att ta slut snart, vilket betyder att de tjänade syftet väl – att vara go-to sommaröl. […]

GWT SuperDevMode with Maven

GWT had for some time now an alternative to ‘classic’ dev-mode which is called a super-dev-mode. It differs significantly to the classic one in the sense that is much closer to the ‘real’ java script debugging in the browser without native hooks to the IDE like classic dev-mode does. This has many advantages and a […]

Nya recept/bryggder

Två nya recept tillagda. Det blev nya versioner av Sean Connorale och Fudge Dread,  båda bryggda inför SM i Linköping. Recepten finns här: Sean Connorale SM edition och här: Fudge Dread SM edition.

Maven Dependencies gone wild

Transient dependencies can be a bit pain when they start creeping around. Sometimes it’s hard to debug these things even though we have some nice tools at hand like dependency:tree and even eclipse has nice tree traversing tools. But, sometimes we need bigger guns. This nice plugin for maven will do it’s best to break […]

Performance logging with aspects

Aspect weaving is very neat way of doing things without cluttering your code. Today I’m looking into easy ways to monitor/profile performance of parts of my code. To do this I would like to be able to easily do something like this: public void work() {     StopWatch time = new StopWatch();     […]

Determine and specify OS-specific targets in ANT scripts

When building cross-platform (different OS) sometimes we need to perform tasks that differ across OS families. This is rather simple to do with Ant-scripting. This is a skeleton structure for checking conditional-statements first and executing tasks. <target name="start">     <!– do some initial stuff here if any… –> </target> <!– Main task stuff here […]