Another great tip from Lukas Eder, who shows us how to change our workspace settings in order to hurry along preferences in Eclipse. Hack away!
The time has come to celebrate the good, the bad and the necessary for Java on its twentieth birthday. We’ve rounded up some of the fondest memories that the Java developer community is tweeting about with the #Java20 hashtag.
Takipi’s Alex Zhitnitsky gives us a practical guide to adding Google and GitHub OAuth sign-in to your Java application.
For any Java developers hoping they can check what value is on the stack just before returning, there’s good news and there’s not-so-good news.
From generic names and microservices to Java ME 8 on the Pi, this latest edition of Thorben Janssen’s Java Weekly brings us the week’s hottest links, tutorials and updates from the Java world.
JavaFX is now celebrating one year in the Java 8 club. As application development grows more and more complex, Oracle’s Wolfgang Weigend shows us why GUI testing is so important.
The framework mvvmFX provides tools to implement the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern with JavaFX. After one year of development it was now released in a first stable version 1.0.0.
Using practical examples, Oracle’s David Delabassee explains what home automation is all about and how Java EE fits into the IoT space.
From type filters to block selection mode, Lukas Eder shows us five of Eclipse’s best-kept secrets for faster coding and easier usability.
Reactive Streams 1.0.0 has reached its objective of defining a common standard for asynchronous streaming processes on the JVM, for flexible and reactive data processing.
The Python 3.5 proposal supports async and await syntax, while Jython 2.7 gets faster in its latest instalment. We check out what’s new with the object-oriented programming language and the successor to JPython.
By upgrading its membership status, Red Hat has committed to a stronger engagement with various Eclipse projects, in addition to entering the Eclipse IoT workgroup.