Netflix accepted a Special Jury Award during the JAX 2015 conference in Mainz. Here we take a look at how the entertainment platform is doing open source right.
Optimising HTTP can be tricky. And that’s where SPDY comes in. Designed to reduce latency and increase security, Google’s web protocol can nicely fill the holes of HTTP.
Spring Security 4.0.0 has landed with support for testing, Spring Data integration, plus support for WebSockets. The Java/Java EE framework hopes to keep up with exploits against applications as they evolve.
In the lead up to the release of Angular2, the release candidate for AngularJS 1.4 brings a complete rewrite of the internal animation code system, with breaking changes to boot. Various bugfixes round out the release.
After five years of development, RethinkDB 2.0 is the first production ready version of the open source, distributed NoSQL database. Commercial support options are also available for the first time with this release.
The company behind Akka, Scala and Play Framework has underlined its commitment to open source technology and commented on the sometimes difficult line between commercial and open source users.
A new API management tool is promising 20,000 API calls per second in a lightweight first release that’s optimised for mobile and IoT. Varnish CTO Per Buer walks us through version 1.0 of the Varnish API Engine.
The Angular and React teams have met up to discuss how they can work together on similar problems they’re facing. But not everyone is happy about the need to reinvent working tools rather than sharpen them.
Linux 4.1 is on its way, and with it comes the much awaited integration of KDBUS, which will get systemd developers excited. There’s also decidedly more girl power via the Outreachy paid internship program.
Faster load-balancing, better availability and SSL authentication for SMTP mail protocol are among the features in NGINX’s latest premium model. CEO Gus Robertson talks to JAXenter about being open source, the new offering and a developer innovator program.