Java enters uncharted territory: iOS devices. Gluon is working on bringing Java development to iOS devices with Gluon Mobile. The Gluon client plugin now offers configurations for running Java 11+ apps on iOS devices (or the iPhone simulator).
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? The 8.1.0-next.2 update arrives with several bug fixes.
JDK 13 is now in Rampdown Phase One. The feature set is frozen and the stabilization repository is open for select bug fixes and late enhancements. Let’s take a look.
Maven’s rich ecosystem of plugins can be used for automating all kinds of mundane, repetitive tasks. In this tutorial, you can learn how building and deployment of Docker containerized OSGi applications on Kubernetes can be automated.
A new report from WhiteSource examines the role of developers regarding application security. What free tools do developers use and which are best suited for the job? What part of a team should handle AppSec? Compare your company to the results and see what insights the study reveals.
“Communication between all participants, consistent tooling and transparency are indispensable criteria in the database segment”
The database sector is an often underestimated area, in which DevOps principles can play a decisive role. In our interview at the DevOps Conference 2019 in Berlin we talked to Eero Mattila, Principal Systems Consultant for Information Management at Quest Software, about typical errors in agile environments and practices for the optimal implementation of DevOps in the database segment.
DevOps is not just about the developers! You often get the feeling that the operational part of DevOps gets too little attention. At this year’s DevOps Conference in Berlin, Damon Edwards talks explicitly about Ops, questionable Operations practices and specific techniques used by high-performing Operations organizations who are fundamentally transforming how they operate. We are streaming Damon Edwards’ keynote for everyone who unfortunately couldn’t make it to Berlin this year.
Java meets the blockchain with the Aion Virtual Machine, from the Aion Foundation. Take advantage of the vast Java ecosystem and build smart contracts directly in Java, with all the maturity of the JVM. The Aion Virtual Machine supports Maven and IntelliJ plugins and can run all transactions concurrently.
Keeping up with its fast release cycle, Javalin, the lightweight web framework for Kotlin and Java, is back with a new update. Javalin 3.0 brings a complete rework for WebSockets and event-setup. Let’s take a closer look.
It can be difficult to sort between the hype and the real potential of blockchain. In this article, Dr. Srinath Perera and his colleagues take a systematic approach to evaluate the technology.
If you are looking to start a new project and you are not sure if Vue.js would be the right choice for you, Dmitry Reshetchenko offers an overview of the popular framework, its use cases, and advantages.
Decentralized technologies have the potential to transform the lives of ordinary people as much as they do computing infrastructure. In this article, Ricardo J. Méndez, Technical Director at Samsung NEXT, explains why this is crucial.
The latest release of Eclipse MicroProfile is here! The 3.0 release, which builds on the 2.2 version, brings updates on three key areas, the Rest Client, Metrics, and Health Check APIs. Let’s have a look.
DevOps gets a taste of Berlin air: This year’s DevOps Conference 2019 in the German capital has officially opened! If you didn’t have time to be there live this year, you don’t have to miss out on selected keynotes! We stream exclusively for our readers on Wednesday the opening keynote of Jeff Sussna and the evening keynote of Jabe Bloom.