Most of friends are good at Java recommended Eclipse to me as my main IDE for Java. There are a lot of plug-ins, such as spring IDE. But I still feel more comfortable to use NetBeans. Because I spent some time using Netbeans many may years ago. Morover, I felt NetBeans is more similar with Visual Studio, that seems to be more C# programmer Friendly. As a C# programmer, so I choose it. Besides, Netbeans support Spring MVC3 and Hibernate which are the frameworks I need to use. It can fulfill what I need. Thus, NetBeans is my choice!
Finally, I completed Android Notepad Tutorial. It helps me to understand SQLite database in android. Moreover, it shows how to do some advance UI, such as ListView. I recommended all Android Newbie need to read it!
I am design the architecture of my android app now. At this stage, I am considering the interface between my app and the server. I am thinking to use the XML SOAP protocol. This is because the XML is very heavy weighted. There are Extra text in xml , such as "
One of my blogs is upgraded to WordPress 3.2.1 during last week. That is very smooth. All I need is uploading the files to my home directory. Then Loading the homepage again, it will run the update script. That is so easy!
I found the interface got the big improvements. I love in this version, it has a top toolbar in the public frontend, after you logined. It got the shortcut to create a new post and display the number of comments are waiting for approval. That is so user-friendly!
I got an email from Microsoft about new SQL Server version ,"Denali" CTP3, is released. I read their documents it got more support features in cloud. Moreover, its express version is more focus on localDB. This sounds like a in-process DB. That is very similar with sqlite. I have a look on that to how much improvements they have.
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