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DoubleCloud Inc Announces “Super vCenter” with Unlimited Scalability

February 2nd, 2016 2 comments

After leaving VMware and VCE, I founded DoubleCloud Inc. While working with many of my clients, we found it’s really a pain point for people to use vSphere Web Client which is quite slow and based on obsolete Flash technology. The old vSphere Client is a lot better in performance and usability, but VMware stopped upgrading it with new features.

Setting Up Development Environement for HTML5 and JavaScript

June 28th, 2015 No comments

While JavaScript getting more popular with HTML5 these days, it’s also getting more complicated with various libraries. It’s no longer an easy, if possible, job to manage the dependencies by hands.

As I started to play with JavaScript and HTML5, I have installed several tools for the development. If you’re intested in HTML5, the following steps and links may be helpful to you too.

Angular JavaScript Framework: Interacting with Java Servlet Backend

September 10th, 2013 30 comments

In my last article, I introduced the Angular JavaScript framework with working samples. Among all these JavaScript frameworks, I think Angular is the first one that does it right (I can be wrong on this as my exposure of JavaScript is limited). If your project needs Web GUI for example vSphere Web Client plug-ins, it’s definitely a good choice to consider.

Angular JavaScript Framework: MVC Simplified in HTML5

September 8th, 2013 3 comments

At VMworld 2013, I bumped into my former colleagues at VMware who work on the new vSphere Web Client. Faster than I thought, the new vSphere Web Client started to support HTML5 partially with Angular JavaScript Framework. I haven’t looked into the details but that is something the community should be excited about.

WebStocket in HTML5: Time to Give it a Try

June 3rd, 2013 2 comments

WebSocket is a new technology that is part of HTML5. It allows a browser (or an application that uses HTTP/HTTPS) to upgrade a HTTP/HTTPS connection to a full socket to the server so that both parties can send data at any time.

WebSocket Standard

The WebSocket protocol is defined in RFC 6455. The initial handshaking is a HTTP request with upgrade header like the following from the RFC:

GET /chat HTTP/1.1

Host: server.example.com

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AppBlast: RDP Client in a Browser?

September 8th, 2011 No comments

In his keynote at VMworld last week, VMware CTO Steve Herrod showed a very interesting project called AppBlast. According to this news release thereafter, “Project AppBlast will provide the universal delivery of any application, including Windows-based applications, to any device supporting HTML5, enabling instant remote access to applications without the heavy footprint of the underlying operating system.”