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Case Study: Brokerages Push XML for Finance

The country's largest brokerage firms are expanding basic XML specifications to define a new open and standard markup language for financial services. FpML v2.0 (Financial Products Markup Language) will provide developers important new guidelines for building B2B web services. But, even if you're not in finance, see how FpML highlights some keen insights on how your own industry should use Open Standards to construct web services transactions.

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Microsoft Offers ASP.NET Starter Kits, WebMatrix Tools

For devs that want to get deep with ASP.NET features, Microsoft has released its biggest set yet of free code, templates and downloads - and even made it attractive to tweak and share by making it available under a very non-restrictive license. See what Microsoft is making available, free and with few sharing restrictions.

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Microsoft Offers ASP.NET Starter Kits, WebMatrix Tools

For devs that want to get deep with ASP.NET features, Microsoft has released its biggest set yet of free code, templates and downloads - and even made it attractive to tweak and share by making it available under a very non-restrictive license. See what Microsoft is making available, free and with few sharing restrictions.

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Eclipse Upgrade Improves Editor, Nav Support

For Java developers looking for less platform-specific tools, the Eclipse Consortium has released its latest upgrade. Features include better GUI and nav support, improved ability to work with external tools and libraries, including support for Ant, and better editing and debugging. See the latest.

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Sun Gets Aggressive on J2EE Front with App Server, IDE

In the wake of the SunNetworks 2002 event, Sun Microsystems software engineers are putting final touches on a multi-platform version of their Sun ONE application server (formerly iPlanet). Downloads for Linux, Windows and Solaris (on SPARC) will be available in beta this week, with versions for Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX and IBM's AIX available in 90 days. Sun also wants to improve their IDEs -- both commercial Sun ONE Studio (formerly Forte) and the Open Source NetBeans toolset -- to make it easier for non-J2EE developers to get up to speed with app server development. See the roadmap.

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SharpDevelop Open Source C# Toolkit Upgrade Available

A free Open Source IDE for C# and VB.NET projects called #develop (SharpDevelop) launches a free upgrade to its toolkit this week, which developers can download beginning September 22. The free toolkit makes writing C# code simpler by providing developers several key features, including a syntax-highlighting editor, auto-generator for VB.NET and C# code, and identifying compilation errors in source code. IDN spoke with #develop developer Christoph Wille to get a rundown of the features and improvements.

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SyncML Tests Remote Management for Wireless Devices

Later this month, the SyncML Initiative will begin the first testing of SyncML Device Management products for interoperability. These tests, if successful, would lead to the first wave of remotely upgradeable wireless devices (cellphones and PDAs) using a device-independent spec. On the eve of these important tests, Integration Developer News spoke with Douglas Heintzman, chairman of SyncML, an open standards group behind these tests for wireless devices.

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From VB 6 to VB .NET: The Right Move? - Part I

Many developers may be on the fence about beginning to invest in .NET training and tools. They reasonably ask about the benefits they'll get from moving to .NET. Hear 4 straight-talk reasons why developers at Greystone Solutions say the benefits of using VB.NET outweigh the learning curve.

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