Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta. developer.okta.com

The Angular Mini-Book The Angular Mini-Book is a guide to getting started with Angular. You'll learn how to develop a bare-bones application, test it, and deploy it. Then you'll move on to adding Bootstrap, Angular Material, continuous integration, and authentication.

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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Coming tomorrow - JSF and Struts 1.1, should you upgrade?

Posted in General at Aug 29 2002, 05:11:12 PM MDT Add a Comment

Netscape 7.0 is Released!

Netscape 7.0 Icon I found on mozilla.org this evening that Netscape 7.0 has been released [ download ]. My first impression on Jaguar? It sucks, it won't even start! Oh well - it's got a cool new icon, looks like fun - but being based on Mozilla 1.0.1, I doubt it has anything I haven't seen before.

Posted in The Web at Aug 29 2002, 03:06:06 PM MDT Add a Comment

Transparent Dock Fixed!

OK, I got the transparent dock feature to work using ClearDock 1.1. How you ask? I rebooted.

Posted in Mac OS X at Aug 29 2002, 03:44:45 AM MDT Add a Comment

My Review of Jaguar.

I'll probably be the first one to express disappoitment in the latest Mac OS X version. I received it in the mail yesterday and upgraded from 10.1.5 to 10.2 last night. The install was cake, and much smoother than any windows install/upgrade I've ever done, and definitely easier than Linux. However, I ran into a couple issues after I had everything installed.

  • I had to hack my system to get Dave uninstalled (I'd give you the link, but www.thursby.com is down). 10.2 comes with Rendezvous now, so I don't need Dave anymore. After 10 minutes, I gave up on trying to figure out how to share my home directory - sounds nice, but I like Window's (XP) right-click on a folder -> Sharing and Security... feature.
  • Eclipse 2.0 doesn't work, all the panels are jumbled and it looks like it got run over by a truck.
  • I don't use Mail, I use Entourage - so I don't care about all the new features in Mail. Same goes for iChat - I use Yahoo and M$N Messengers.
  • On 10.1.5, I could use a Courier New font in my Terminal window, and everything was smooth and sexy. Courier New on 10.2's Terminal window is boxy and blech.
  • I tried TransparentDock (don't know where I got it from) and ClearDock 1.1 and neither of them worked to make my dock transparent. I was really looking forward to this enhancement.

I spent about an hour total trying to get the above problems solved - except for the Eclipse one, I just said, "yikes!" and left that one alone. All in all, I'm sure if I'd done a clean install vs. an upgrade, all of the above would not be an issue. I know I would never do an upgrade on a Windows machine, always a clean install. So I'm happy with the upgrade, just hoping for too much probably. I expected a lot more from the rave reviews it's been getting, but again, since I use it about 8 minutes per day - I probably wouldn't notice any sexy new features anyway.

In other Apple news, I had to boot into OS 9 at one point last night when hacking Dave - and WHOA - that OS screams! No wonder folks are having a hard time migrating to OS X. It's so fast and snappy that I almost "switched" to using OS 9 as my primary OS!

Posted in Mac OS X at Aug 29 2002, 03:12:13 AM MDT Add a Comment