Sometimes the Spartan simplicity of programming with java interfaces has a lot of appeal, especially when faced with the way Rails treats each class as an enormous hold-all for a gaggle of methods. Pros and cons yadda yadda yadda.
Having got that out of the way: Rails'
notify()?), so Java may become Web-2.0 enabled/compliant.
Anyway, there I was merrily scripting freemarker to do what Rails gives us for free, and everything's honkey-dorey on Firefox and Safari, but Opera is choking. After the requisite banging-head-on-wall, I spot a trailing comma.
Warning: Opera don't like trailing commaz. Solution: switch to a language that provides
to_json, or keep suffering. Or drop support for Opera. Speaking of not supporting stuff, I've no idea what IE does. How dangerous is that? Here are my browser stats for the last 30 days:
Chrome? Google so pwns you dudes lol
cheers, and good luck with the code generation ...