Archive for August, 2007

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The Bungee LineOverview
We launch The Bungee Line with an interview with John Musser of ProgrammableWeb. Your hosts, Alex Barnett and Ted Haeger also introduce you to the show.
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How To: Inspect XML Docs in Bungee Connect

Recently, one of the participants in the Bungee Connect early access beta asked me how to view XML information in Bungee Connect. The usual context for needing to view an XML doc is when calling a REST API, so I’ll use that as an example. What follows may not be a complete answer to the developer’s original question, but with a little luck, it provides a solid enough foundation from which a developer can discover tricks. Also, I’ll build from simplest (no Bungee, just a browser) up to most involved (inspecting an XMLDocObject that has been populated from a REST reply). Read the rest of this entry »

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Five Thousand Bucks

Why should you consider attending AjaxWorld Conference and Expo? I can think of two good reasons.

  1. First off, you can win $5000 for registering right now.
  2. Secondly, Bungee Labs’ own Alex Barnett will be presenting at the event.

It’s likely that you will find some of the other Bungee Boys hanging out at the show, so if you’re going to be there, drop us a comment on the blog. We’ll make sure that we can meet up.

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Bungee Labs at AjaxWorld, Sept 2007

It’s been confirmed that I’ll be presenting at the AjaxWorld Conference and Expo, Sept 23-26 2007 at Santa Clara. According to the schedule, my session takes place on Day 1 (Sept 24), 10:10am to 10:50am, as part of the Bleeding-Edge AJAX Applications track.

The sessions and speakers list is impressive so I’ll be looking forward to the event and seeing where the industry is heading.

If you are planning to go and want to meet up, then ping me! (alexb at bungeelabs dot com).


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Updated: Google Maps Tutorial

We just wrapped up a complete overhaul of the Google Maps Tutorial. It’s now much shorter
than the previous version. (In fact, the previous version had somehow lost a couple key steps, which meant that the tutorial didn’t quite work.) The application you create in the tutorial is a bit stripped down, of course, but building it gives you what you need for your bigger projects.

If you are a participant in the Early Access Beta for Bungee Connect, please give the new tutorial a whirl. We’re always eager for feedback.

If you’re not a participant in the Early Access Beta and want to be, sign up here.


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