In the second part of this series on web apps with Vaadin, Matti Tahvonen shows us how to use Vaadin’s Swing-like components to develop web applications.
In his book about the human side of open source development, Karl Fogel takes a closer look at what he calls the inescapable moral connotation between the terms “Free” and “Open Source”.
Akka team lead Roland Kuhn speaks to Takipi’s Alex Zhitnitsky about the road to building the (JAX- Innovation-Award-winning) technology behind Akka Streams, Akka HTTP and Akka Typed.
A commitment to stability has helped churn out Rust 1.0, with claims of blazingly fast performance, prevention of nearly all segfaults and guaranteed thread safety. Being open source and now also openly governed is the icing on the cake.
After initially breaking away from the grips of Joyent and Node.js, io.js has now officially signed up with the Node.js Foundation, putting an end to the community split.
Following his stimulating talk at the JAX Finance, Ben Stopford explores a range of data platforms through a lens of basic hardware and software tradeoffs in the second part of his two-part article.
In the first part of JAXenter’s series on Vaadin-based web apps, Matti Tahvonen shows us why every architectural decision has its pros and cons, and why the same goes for switching from Swing to Vaadin in your UI layer.
Following his stimulating talk at the JAX Finance, Ben Stopford explores a range of data platforms through a lens of basic hardware and software tradeoffs in this two-part article.
However you look at it, language rankings are often used to make a strategic decision about what programming language to adopt for your next project. We take a look at the technology radars out there that are worth your time and understanding.
Security is still the biggest concern for e-commerce enterprises pondering cloud expansion. There are three things an e-commerce IT team should consider when deciding on their cloud solution, says Rackspace’s cloud computing pro Marco Schmid.
A milestone release in Scala 2.12.0 M1 is here with the series set to put all its eggs into the Java 8 basket. Containing bug fixes and improvements brought up from 2.11, the new Scala series will eventually dial down its backports.