It’s filtered down a few pages off the front, but hey, front page of digg.com! Wow! Totally grassroots in about 4 hours. Now it’s on all kinds of little blogs and tech forums and other odd places. Over 100k hits in the last 18 hours. It performs very well. […]
Let’s start with SMTP. Simple Mail Transport Protocol. This is how e-mail gets sent. This is how e-mail makes it from you, to your recipient. When you check your e-mail, you use POP or IMAP to get the e-mail from the server. But when you’re sending e-mail, you use SMTP. […]
So, if you’re using Seam, you usually have xhtml files which represent the pages, and then the Seam servlet takes care of rendering them. When I setup my latest project, I changed the web.xml to switch from using page.seam to page.html, to mask the back-end technology. When I did this, I also deleted […]
My first web application built using Seam is now live. It is called 10MinuteMail and you can see it at www.10MinuteMail.com.
It gives you a temporary e-mail address, and lets you receive and reply to e-mail sent to that address. The e-mail address expires in 10 minutes (or more, […]