So I don’t forget again. The WebObjects Ajax examples application from Project WONDER is online here.
Mike Schrag (bless his t-shirt designing, build server maintaining, insanely coding little heart) has started generating the Project WONDER javadocs with the nightly build. They are available online here, and as a download here. Read them. There are great amounts of understanding goodness are contained within.
It’s the last day of WWDC06. I’ve got one more session and then it’s a wrap. I’ve got to say I’m quite stoked about the changes to WebObjects. Apple is suppose to be writing a public statement on everything that has been announced (though it won’t cover the Leopard specific NDA stuff) and I’ll link to that when it comes out.
I’ve had a great time. I’ve managed to put faces to a lot of names from the lists and it seems like the WO presence at the show really jelled. I remember the first year I attended WWDC (2003) trying to get a WebObjects BOF to happen and failing miserably in my attempts. This year there was lots of activity and excitement and things just kinda popped.
I’ve got the joy of international air travel to look forward to this evening, and then we are off to camp for a week. But I am looking forward to getting home even if it is only for one night.