Gearing up for Privacy

The issue of Privacy is one of the major concerns in the web today. The most common of such concerns centered around the user data having to live in the cloud with the potential for it to be exposed, stolen or misused by external elements (including the service provider). In this post I share my […]

Data Services in Spring

In today’s web applications the need for returning model data from controllers in XML/JSON format is quite common. Mostly these requirements are met by writing custom code in controllers. In this post I will present technical approach that would enable your applications to return data model in XML/JSON or data format of your choice to […]

OpenID Adoption

As we know OpenID is an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric identity. The goal is to have the user remember one user name and password and login to any site which supports the protocol. It is light-weight and supports SSO. In the past few days there has been a lot of traction to OpenID […]

ePaper

“The Hindu” – India’s National Newspaper has released its ePaper, an online edition of its printed daily. I’m impressed by the simplicity and elegance of ePaper. Its infact a very innovative use of a simple technology — map on image which brings to the user the feeling of reading “real” newspaper. In my opinion from […]