Can we really bring microservices to QA and test automation? You’d be surprised. In this article, Maxim Chernyak explains how developers can integrate microservices into their automated testing procedures without too much trouble.
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Annotations are everywhere in web or enterprise development. But how should they actually be defined? Adrian D. Finlay goes over the basics of Java annotations, their restrictions, retention policies, and more in this informative introduction to this coding mainstay.
Command line tools are surprisingly more relevant for developers than you’d expect. In this article, Piotr Gaczkowski goes over why we still use command line interface tools and how they work. Also, he discusses some of the essential CLI tools you need to know as well as some that are just for fun.
Are you ready to use reactive extensions in your code? Today, RedWerk explains how developers can utilize RxJava without needing a prescription. Take advantage of its features to use aysnchronous streams, a functional approach, easy caching, and more!
Collaboration is key for an open source project’s success. In this article, Wayne Beaton of the Eclipse Foundation explains four basic ground rules that help developers collaborate productively. After all, developing isn’t just coding, it’s working together to create something great.
Jakarta EE’s official launch is here! Have you made the switch? In this article, Edwin Derks explores three of the most common reasons why some developers haven’t moved on over and explains why Jakarta EE is worth the effort.
So many options, so little time. How can developers choose between Java EE, Jakarta EE, and Eclipse Microprofile? In this article, Sebastian Daschner goes over the options and explains why a mix of all three is the best of all worlds for resilient, cloud-native apps.
As Java EE moves into the Eclipse Foundation, it’s important to keep an eye on various milestones along the way. Today, Arjan Tijms of Payara explains how the transfer is going and explores some of the proposals for future EE releases.
Getting your project up and running is only the beginning. How can developers make sure their hard-coded open source project will succeed? Here are some tips, tricks, and lessons learned for making sure your project is a total success.
You asked for it and Spring listened! Thanks to helpful comments and suggestions from the Spring community, the latest updates comes with UI changes for Spring Initializr. These architecture changes directly reflect user feedback, making a simpler and easier UI experience for everyone.
No one wants to accidentally infect their system with a security vulnerability. Now, developers can safely dig into new software with the Sandboxed API. Newly open sourced by Google, this data security tool helps ensure the safety of your system while still letting developers put new programs through their paces.
Search has evolved from information retrieval into big data analytics. In this article, Giovanni Tummarello explains how you can improve your search analytics with Siren for data visualization, joins across backends, and more!
Organizing a team for project development can be an entire chorus of horrors. Make music with Orchestra 1.0, a Robotic Process Automation system that organizes your experts and machine processes with the ease of a veteran conductor.
Got memory issues? Worried about your heap dump analysis? In this article, Ram Lakshmanan explains how you can solve memory issues for heap dump analysis with Eclipse MAT by checking your incoming and outgoing references.