Apache Articles

OpenJavaEE and OpenJDK

There’s a lot of confusion about what Sun actually intends to do when they use the term “open source java”.

Web Analytics Programs – Hit Counters for Adults

When we were young, we played with hit counters. Now we are grown, we need something more. Log-based web analytics programs are hit counters for adults.

Put A JMeter On Your Application

Web developers building applications on top of the various web services out there can get a better idea of performance from the Apache JMeter framework.

Getting to Know WordPress

If you use WordPress, here are two useful resources that will help you get to know the blog platform better.

Tapestry Weaves Web Apps With Servlets

A 2006 Duke’s Choice Award winner at JavaOne 2006, Tapestry provides a website development framework that builds upon the standard Java Servlet API.

Open Source In eHarmony Development Bliss

When it comes to avoiding outages that cost a business $1,000 per minute of downtime, the matchmaking site eHarmony prefers an open source stack for its operations.

Sun Swings Derby Into JDK

The Java DB from the Apache Derby Project, and GroupLayout from the NetBeans GUI Builder, will be part of the Java SE 6 Development Kit.

IBM Helps Apache Self-Heal

Big Blue gave a boost to the Apache Open Source Foundation today by lending its “self-healing” data automation software aimed at helping companies automate their data centers, which IBM says is especially useful in “virtual environments” where a system bottle neck can disrupt online transactions.

Apache and PHP

I had a call yesterday with someone looking for help with Php. I explained that I don’t do any Php and probably wouldn’t be able to help. He countered with “Well, it’s really Apache, not Php.”

Sun CEO Promises To Make Java Open-Source

In a recent announcement, Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz has pledged to make Java open-source code.

Unexpected entries in Apache error_log

For some time now I have noticed a large number of entries in my Apache error log.

Java Studio Creator Turns Two

The latest version of Java Studio Creator includes drag and drop support for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) from a new component library.

Apache Added to Java Enterprise

On Tuesday, Menlo Park-based Sun announced they would bundle the Apache Derby embedded database into their Java Enterprise System. They’re also including an additional plug-in for support called NetBeans IDE 5.0.

Towards Next Generation URLs

For many years we have heard about the impending death of URLs that are difficult to type, remember and preserve.

Microsoft IIS7 Details Spreading Online

The newest webserver from Microsoft won’t be available until Longhorn launches in about 18 months.

Weather Forecast For Google: Summer of Code

Google’s embrace of the open source computing community is growing stronger and stronger. If you are a code junkie and would like to make some extra cash, Google may have just the thing for you.

Apache Pours Some Open Java

Though many said it would never happen, an open-source implementation of the Java programming language may be in the works.

Apache Webserver – A Quick Tutorial for New Admins

Apache is one of the most commonly used web servers out there. If you are running your own cPanel server your websites will actually run on Apache.

Using mod_rewrite against stupid comment spam bots…

You’d think the comment spammers would be a bit smarter, but apparently not. Over 80% of all attempted spam hits on my site provide no HTTP Referer data.

Day Implements Content Repository API for Java Technology (JCR) to the Apache Software Foundation

Day today announced that it has made available an implementation of the Content Repository API for Java Technology (JCR) to the Apache Software Foundation in order to further promote industry adoption and collaboration of the JSR 170 standard.

Setting up Apache, PHP and MySQL on Windows

I’m writing this article assuming you’re running Windows XP on your computer. Even if you are not, you can use this article to setup these three on almost all basic Windows flavors.