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Fast start-up for small Python scripts

ExpressPython: Lightweight, portable Python editor for small scripts

There are many IDEs for Python, and it’s time for one more. ExpressPython is a lightweight, small code editor for Python 3. Originally built to help teach students how to code, it can be used in programming competitions, or just when you need a fast, small, clean code editor.

Time for a new thread

First look at JDK 13: Rampdown Phase Two, no new JEPs targeted

The development of JDK 13 proceeds smoothly. As per the JDK schedule, JDK 13 has officially entered its next phase of the development process: Welcome to Rampdown Phase Two. With this, the overall feature set is now frozen and no further JEPs will be targeted for this release. Catch a refresh on what JEPs are targeted for JDK 13.

See the latest changes and features

NativeScript v6.0 adds AndroidX support and fast patch delivery

NativeScript hits a new milestone with the release of version 6.0. This update includes new features, including support for the AndroidX library, dark theme, font icon support, and more. View the latest changes and find out how to migrate your NativeScript apps over to the latest stable release.

"Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should."

Programming with MS Paint? MS Paint IDE is mad science

Many artists have pushed MS Paint to new limits, creating impressive art with the relatively basic program. But what about programming? Yes, even programming! With the MS Paint IDE you can even code with Paint. MS Paint IDE has a new v3.0.0 release that adds Google Assistant support and more.

Hot off the press

New JAX Mag issue: Exploring the IoT universe

We’ve prepared a double dose of goodness for you with this special double issue! We’ve dedicated one half to talking about the IoT universe’s growth and dominance, and the other half to JAX London, bringing together features from experts innovating in the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery and DevOps.

The new journey begins

Road to Angular v9: 8.2.0-next.2 brings bug fixes aplenty

Now that Angular v8 is here, it’s time to embark on a new journey: towards the next release! It’s never too soon to look forward to the future, and we are already watching for Angular v9. What’s new? Version 8.2.0-next.2 and 8.1.2 brings a host of new bug fixes for a smoother Angular experience. Take a look at the changes.

Let's build a payment processor with Akka Typed

Tour of Akka Typed: Protocols and Behaviors

Manuel Bernhardt starts a new series about Akka Typed, the new Akka Actor API that brings significant advantages over the classic one. This first entry gets started by easing into the topic to show us a little bit of what it’s capable of. He talks about how to build a payment processor making the most of Akka Typed.

It's been a long time coming

Jakarta EE 8 gets a release date

It’s been almost two years since it was announced that Java EE would be moving to the Eclipse Foundation with a new name: Jakarta EE. And now, at last, we have an expected release date for the first version under the Eclipse Foundation’s banner, Jakarta EE 8. And what else is happening in the world of Enterprise Java? Let’s find out.

Interview with Martin Klaus, Senior Director of Red Hat Cloud Platforms

OpenShift 4 interview: “Operators are a very powerful construct”

Red Hat recently released container platform OpenShift 4. We caught up with Martin Klaus, Senior Director Red Hat Cloud Platforms, and asked what’s new in the latest version of the enterprise Kubernetes platform and how it differs from other solutions. We also asked about other OpenShift projects like OpenShift Online, OpenShift.io and OpenShift Origin.

Project Skara was just the beginning

Java goes Git: Proposal to migrate OpenJDK

Project Skara’s goal in July last year was to look into the viable SCM alternatives to Mercurial. It looks like Git is to be OpenJDK’s new home, at least following JEP 357’s proposal. Let’s take a closer at look at what’s going on.