Technology

Handy-URI-Templates 1.1.7 Released

Yesterday Handy URI Templates 1.1.7 was released which fixed a few uritemplate-test issues as well as some URI encoding fixes. Hat tip to tekener for those fixes. With that out of the way, I’ll be focusing on 1.2 which will change the API a bit, but will finally add reverse mapping so that you can use it to match request… Read more →

Handy Aspects Moved to GitHub

A few years back, I dabbled a bit with Aspect Oriented Programming and dorked around with JBoss AOP and AspectJ. I created a few aspects an threw them up on Java.net. Over the years, I never really kept up with maintaing the project. Since then, Java.net migrated projects and Handy Aspects was removed. Since then, I have received a few… Read more →

Handy URI Templates 1.1.2 Released

After a few weeks of tweaking, I put out a new release of Handy URI Templates. What’s important about version 1.1.2 is that it is now being tested against the uritemplate-test suite started by Mark Nottingham. Most importantly, it is also now passing all tests. Additionally, this release also marks the introduction of expression validation as well. If you’ve been… Read more →

Adobe XMP Packet Extraction for the Aperture Framework

When it comes to manipulating photographs, I live in Photoshop. One feature of all Adobe products that I like is the ability to annotate images and other documents using their eXtensible Metadata Platform, or XMP. XMP is a collection of RDF statements that get embedded into a document that describe many facets of the document. I’ve always wanted to be… Read more →