Are you ready to use Google Cloud AI? This tutorial is based off a book by Arvind Ravulavaru called Google Cloud AI Services Quick Start Guide. Melisha Dsouza explains how you can utilize the power of Google Cloud AI to set up a project, installi dependencies, go through the code, and run the app.
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How secure is open source software? This question has serious implications for enterprises looking to make a decision between an open source project or a commercial product. In this article, Vittorio Bertola lays out the advantages and disadvantages of each for data security.
JAX-RS was one of the first projects to join under the new Jakarta EE community. Long-term JAX-RS EG team member Markus Karg explains why this standard API for RESTful web services is still needed in this era of microservices.
Do you know what’s in your open source license? Turns out, if you’ve got the Commons Clause in there, it might not be as “open” as you think. We take a look at the Commons Clause and explore how it is different from your average open source license.
Rest API calls are easy and breezy thanks to Java 11. In this article, Adrian D. Finlay explains how you can take advantage of new asynchronous API changes in Java 11 to perform a REST API call to handle HTTP and WebSocket operations.
Solve tricky problems with WebSocket, JSON and switch statements with Cettia! This full-featured web app framework for Java allows developers to exchange events between the server and client in real-time. Cettia is now celebrating its 1.1 release!
Are your apps missing something fundamental? Element is a Vue 2.0-based component library aimed at giving developers consistency, efficiency, controlled consequences, and lots of operation feedback. Elements is logically sound, reasonably structured, and easy to use.
Worried about unsightly performance bottlenecks in your React apps? Use React Profiler to identify any timing problems and optimize your apps thanks to this new DevTools feature.
Git 2.19 is here! The latest release comes with new features and all kinds of bug fixes. We take a look at what’s in store for developers.
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!
Eclipse Viatra is a model query and transformation framework to efficiently move information back and forth between various documents and models. This overview looks at what’s new in Viatra 2.0 and how it can be used beyond the Eclipse Modeling Framework.
It’s always best to choose the right tool for the right job. For developers, sometimes that means making a decision between IDEs and text editors. In this article, Kayla Matthews goes over the differences between these two tools and explains how developers can choose the best one for their projects.
It’s here! Couchbase has just released their Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes to a general audience. Now, developers can take advantage of this popular NoSQL database for container orchestration management on Kubernetes and, in the future, OpenShift.
Beat the heat with Cool Store, an open source offering from Vietnam-devs. This containerized polyglot microservices application allows novice developers to wire up small microservices into a larger app.