René Pickhardt on June 25th, 2013

I was visiting FOSDEM 2013 with Heinrich Hartmann and talking about related-work.net the video of this talk is finally online and of course I would like to share this with the community: The slides can be found here.

Continue reading about Video of FOSDEM talk finally online

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Finally we have all the basics that are needed for building an Autocomplete service and now comes the juicy part. From now on we are looking at how to make it fast and robust. In the current approach we open a new Data base connection for every HTTP request. [...]

Continue reading about GWT + database connection in Servlet ContextListener – Auto Complete Video Tutorial Part 5

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: In this screencast of my series I explain at a very basic level how to integrate a data base to pull data for autocomplete queries. Since we have been working with neo4j at this time I used a neo4j data base. It will be only in the next two [...]

Continue reading about Building an Autocomplete Service in GWT screencast Part 4: Integrating the neo4j Data base

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Finally metalcon.de the social networking site which Jonas, Jens and me created in 2008 gets a redesign. Thanks to the great opportunities at the Institute for Web Science and Technologies here in Koblenz (why don’t you apply for a PhD position with us?) I will have the chance to [...]

Continue reading about Metalcon finally gets a redesign – Thinking about high scalability

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: In this screencast of my series on building an autocomplete service you will learn how to implement a Server servlet in GWT such that autocomplete queries receive a response. In this video the response will always be static and very naive. It will be up to the fourth part [...]

Continue reading about Building an Autocomplete Service in GWT screencast Part 3: Getting the Server code to send a basic response

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