With recent release of OS X Lion, Apple also updated its Safari browser, which is now getting back on its competitors: Chrome and Firefox.
Working on a new project I found out a web site of interest http://www.html5test.com/ to test your favorite browser and see how it performs in terms of HTML 5 compliance.
IE6 was released on August the 27th, 2001. At the time of writing this means almost 10 years ago... and it still represents in march 2011 about 11% even though some major web sites like Facebook, Youtube and Google Apps have dropped support for this version of Internet Explorer in 2010.
Were Oracle is driving ?
This is confirmed by Oracle: Apple will help Open JDK to be ported to its OS X (particularly the future Lion release).
Well more than a year ago I moved to Adobe CS5 and discovered a very annoying process: automatic update.
This will also prevent administrators from checking for updates and installing updates through that update check. Either rename the file and perform check and then put it back in place or just download updates at http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates
Mac favorite developer text editor has been updated.
As many of you have noticed I was too busy to publish some review and tricks on Liferay 6, but I have to mention that the new version is now out and running.
Last October announced that OS X 10.7 (aka Lion) will not include Apple's JDK and that this language will be banned from iTune Apps for Mac, which is 100% Objective C oriented.
One year ago I made a post regarding a move toward mobile development from OS X.
Aptana 3 is a full revamp of previous leading open-source product: AptanaStudio 2 and RadRails.
Have you ever tried to have the webform portlet in Liferay running on Glassfish ?
As mentioned earlier Packt Publishing has release a new version of their administrative book for Liferay.