Scott Robinson

8 articles

Facebook Application Platform Tutorial

Last month, half a billion people used a Facebook app. Next month, about 7,000 new apps will be deployed. The apps out there today include...

Don’t Let Memory Leaks Reduce Your Ajax Application Efficiency

Developers are turning to Ajax as a foundation for web application design for a number of reasons, but one of the most important is...

Consider Database Triggers in Your .NET Enterprise Application Design

I remember a time (a time long past) when the idea of tying applications together across functional (and, heaven forbid, departmental) boundaries was not...

Making a Graceful Transition to a Distributed Applications Architecture

You have a successful client-server application environment—either an in-house environment with diverse and widely-networked users, or a hosted environment with a broad base of...

The XML You Need to Know for Web Services

If you're a developer and haven't tripped and fallen face-first into XML yet, it's only a matter of time before you do so. The...

A Developer’s Overview of ERP

You can't turn around in the field of IT today without tripping over "ERP." Enterprise Resource Planning has been around long enough to have...

Improve J2EE Application Performance with Caching

Caching is one of the tried-and-true techniques for improving the efficiency of an application. That's especially true in an enterprise environment, where the range...

Choosing a Distributed Architecture for Your Enterprise

If you're developing applications within the context of ERP - especially if your company is presently transitioning to ERP - it's essential that lots...

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