Trillian Mobile have made a stable release of RoboVM 1.0, which brings with it a debugger, invoking tools and support for RAM disk caches. While an open source project, it has also introduced a commercial licensing option.
How well do Async ForkJoinPool, managedBlock and Quasar perform in an IO scenario? Arien Kock looks at latency, fibers for IO and the difficulties of using Quasar.
The new release of IntelliJ 14.1 is considered minor, but it packs quite an impressive set of changes and enhancements. We’re excited to explore all the new stuff and we’re embedding Reddit comments to prove it.
The coming of Java 8 was a hallelujah-moment for Java developers across the globe, but as Lukas Eder show us, the IDEs and compilers we rely on have been a bit slow on the uptake.
Azul Systems have thrown down the gauntlet to Oracle’s OpenJDK, serving up a new open sourced Java platform targeting embedded, mobile, and robust, high-function IoT designs.
The fourth release for the 1.X line of Spark is here, with Apache Spark 1.3 introducing usability improvements alongside a new DataFrame API that is sure to provide powerful and convenient operators.
CTO Jeff Hobbs walks us through the Komodo 9 release and explains why the developer world is becoming “decidedly more polyglot”.
From using the JCache API with CDI to possible future changes for Java 9, the newest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the freshest links, updates and events in the Java world.
The annual Pwn2Own fest has given software developers a decent headache, thanks to newfangled bugs discovered in Adobe Flash and Reader, Microsoft’s Windows and IE, and Mozilla’s Firefox.