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Google announced that they have opensourced the Google Singleton Detector, or GSD. Simply GSD is a tool which analyzes Java byte code and detects the use of Singletons. As they say: It's not quite as simple as that, however. First, GSD doesn't only detect singletons; it detects four different types of global state, including singletons, hingletons, mingletons and fingletons.Second, it outputs a graph with all these different types of static state highlighted, and shows all the classes that are directly ......

Visual WebGui is the .net answer for GWT (Google Web Toolkit). But it’s seems more powerful than GWT even though it’s not coming from Microsoft and yet it’s open source. Still I hadn’t got time to put my hands on deeply but you can feel it by just browsing their web site and checking the features and comparing those with GWT. Not like GWT, in Visual WebGui you can use existing windows controls to create your UI. Major advantage of Visual WebGui over GWT is we can deploy Visual WebGui applications ......

Well guys... If you have read my previous blog post about Guice and you are using only .net technologies you might got little bit worried of that why you can’t use such a nice framework. Don’t worry, there is a project going on at Google called Titan that inspired by Guice. It’s still in the beta stage though. It’s a pre-release version and they don’t recommend it using in mission critical applications. Titan is a new take on inversion of control for .NET 2.0 applications, inspired largely by Bob ......

Doing some R&D works on GWT a few weeks back, I really fascinated on the Google frameworks. Next Google framework I’m gonna puts my hands on is Guice: Google way of implementing Dependency Injection. That isn’t a company assignment but I think its worth to learn and try. Guice (pronounced "juice") is an ultra-lightweight, next-generation dependency injection container for Java 5 and later. If you have ever tried out to achieve loose coupling to the ultimate extent you really should know about ......

Check this out. Worth to see.

Thx Senthil for the url.