Red Hat, Exadel and JBoss

Red Hat has merged with JBoss for some time, and now it’s aiming high again. Exadel is well-known for its Eclipse plug-in and Ajax tools, but it’s good products were mostly commercial. Now Exadel is open-sourcing its products to JBoss, in partnership with Red Hat. It also includes Exadel’s Ajax4jsf. Red Hat is planning to release LGPL’ed version of Red Hat Developer Studio by this summer. So it’s worth noting that LGPL is not as flexible as Eclipse License. I will just have to wait and decide if I have to renew my MyEclipse subscription in any time soon.

exadel partnership

Be more productive in 2007

There’s a show room for Ajax and DHTML scripts, that we can be used in our works. If you like nifty corners, you will also be impressed by spiffy corners.

This is how we can integrate Gmail into our daily lives. And IMified just makes our instant messengers more applicable and useful.


I also found Backpack from IMified banner, which has many features that Gmail has been missing.

Backpack is a simple web-based service that allows you to make pages with to-do lists, notes, files, and images. Backpack also features a Calendar and Reminders that can be sent via email or to your cell phone at predefined times.