These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan. And, as it turns out, the former has a lot of fans, at least according to our latest poll. This doesn’t mean Vue.js has won the war, though. On the contrary, it has just begun.
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One step closer to 1.0! Kotlin/Native 0.8 is here and it brings a lot of goodies including better concurrency support, as well as library and iOS support improvements. Let’s have a look at the highlights.
The shift in application development focus has led to the development of new data handling products to support changing business application development requirements. In this article, Sean Bowen explains why the Pub/Sub model is a natural fit for a microservice architecture and why traditional messaging solutions need to change.
“If you give the developer the ability to choose the right tools, they’ll not only be happier but also more productive”
One of the hardest things when going down the DevOps path is getting people on board with change but what happens when a company wants to create and/or promote a culture of learning? How can one get people excited about change? We talked to Jody Bailey, CTO of Pluralsight about all this and more.
Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Last year, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Erica Tanti, Software Engineer and a speaker at JAX London 2018.
Kotlin is only seven years old but it is already playing in the big leagues. Its massive success can be traced back to the moment when Google announced Kotlin support in Android last year but that was just the tip of the iceberg. According to Pusher’s State of Kotlin 2018 research report, great things are coming Kotlin’s way.
Often folks working on IoT projects, whether at new startups or at more mature companies, do not feel empowered to tackle Big Data architectures from day one. In this article, Stephen Goldberg explains how to unlock the potential of IoT.
The blockchain market shows no signs of slowing down and this technology is one of the hottest skills in the IT job market. However, if you want to get an overview of all the open source blockchain projects out there, you should head over to GitHub. That’s exactly what we did.
Open source and machine learning go together like peanut butter and jelly. But why? In this article, Kayla Matthews explores why many of the best machine learning tools are open source.
Remember when the “battle” was between Angular and React? That’s no longer the case. These days, you’re either on Vue.js’ side or you’re a React fan.
Jenkins requires Java 8 as there are some known compatibility issues with higher Java versions. However, the time has come to do some serious Java 10 investigation and have some fun while at it! Why not participate in the Jenkins & Java 10 online hackathon?
Starting with JDK 11, JavaFX will be available as a separate module but the good news is that both OpenJFX 11 and JDK 11 will be released in September; in theory, one week apart. Let’s have a look at the proposed milestone dates for OpenJFX 11.
Kotlin 1.2.50, the newest bugfix and tooling update for Kotlin 1.2 brings a lot of goodies, including updated Kotlin support in the Eclipse IDE plugin, improved experimental scripting support, Runnable Kotlin scratch files in IntelliJ IDEA and more. Let’s take a look at what’s in this update.