Evolving Software

Last week I talked about The Anatomy of a GWT Project.  I thought it might be nice to delve into a little more detail about the practical application of  the components referenced. Definition: In object-oriented programming, the command pattern is a behavioral design pattern in which an object is used to represent and encapsulate all   Read More …

What is GWT? I guess a little background first for the uninitiated.  Formally known as Google Web Toolkit, is a project that allows you to write your webcode in Java and then it transpiles (source-to-source compile) the java code into JavaScript.    This allows you to develop an application that run using JavaScript (which is   Read More …

I was tired of seeing all of the XML parsing code in one of my GWT applications.  Because if the way the application was structured, it was impossible to do the xml parsing on the server and return a serialized bean back to the client.  So my approach was to emulate jaxb for the GWT   Read More …

Went and visited the car today, and took a few pictures.  The passenger side floor has been welded back in, and the engine compartment is far more symmetrical looking.

Received a bunch of pictures from the shop.  Most are just reinforcing what a rusty bucket the car was/is, but hopefully that is coming to an end.