Monthly Archives: October 2012

Using the New Scripted JavaScript Editor for Node.js Development

This week VMware released the Scripted code editor on GitHub: https://github.com/scripted-editor/scripted. Scripted, a JavaScript editor from VMware, is a general purpose code editor intended to be very lightweight with an initial focus on giving a great JavaScript editing experience– particularly … Continue reading

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Using the New Scripted JavaScript Editor for Node.js Development

This week VMware released the Scripted code editor on GitHub: https://github.com/scripted-editor/scripted. Scripted, a JavaScript editor from VMware, is a general purpose code editor intended to be very lightweight with an initial focus on giving a great JavaScript editing experience– particularly … Continue reading

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Securing RESTful Web Services with OAuth2

As an active committer on Spring Security OAuth and the Cloud Foundry UAA, one of the questions I get asked the most is: “When and why would I use OAuth2?” The answer, as often with such questions, is “it depends.” … Continue reading

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Securing RESTful Web Services with OAuth2

As an active committer on Spring Security OAuth and the Cloud Foundry UAA, one of the questions I get asked the most is: “When and why would I use OAuth2?” The answer, as often with such questions, is “it depends.” … Continue reading

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Polishing Cloud Foundry’s Ruby Gem Support

The Cloud Foundry team has released new features to improve management of Ruby gems in apps running on CloudFoundry.com. These features include support for using Git URLs in Gemfiles, handling of the BUNDLE_WITHOUT environment variable, and platform specification to control the … Continue reading

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