On tap for today, we've got a new jQuery Mobile release, a look at Tendril Connect, and the latest BitNami Stack for Ruby on Rails.
jQuery Mobile 1.0.1 Released – The jQuery Mobile folks have pushed 1.0.1 out the door. This fixes a bunch of issues and adds Samsung's Bada platform and Dolphin browser to the "officially supported" list. See the post for a full list of supported platforms and their "grades." If you're using iOS, Android and newer BlackBerry devices you should be fine.
Tendril courting developers for its cloud-delivered energy app platform – Tom Raftery takes a look at Tendril Connect. "The idea is to allow developers to build on Tendril's cloud platform and to deploy the developed applications on Tendril's Tendril Connect cloud platform. For developers this is an opportunity to develop applications addressing the energy challenge and have them deployed in a ready-made marketplace of up-to 70 million addressable households."
Smooth Scaling with Stackato and vSphere – Explaining how to run ActiveState's Stackato on vSphere.
Launch Relational Database Service Instances in the Virtual Private Cloud – Amazon has set it up so you can use their Relational Database Service (RDS) with their Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Works in all regions, except AWS GovCloud.
New RubyStack upgraded to Rails 3.2.0 – BitNami has upgraded its RubyStack to Rails 3.2.0. It now includes Ruby 1.9.3-p0, SQLite 3.7.3, and Nginx 1.0.10.