The new JAX Magazine – OSGi, Angular 2, microservices and more
2016 has just begun and it is already bombarding up with promises of a sunnier IoT perspective and a heftier collection of tips and tricks to facilitate developers’ performance. This JAX Magazine issue is packed with proof that OSGi is regaining momentum and other concepts that have one purpose and one purpose only: to curtail unproductive operations -it’s our treat!
What does 2016 have in store for us? Which security predictions will come true and which will retain their dormant state?
If you ask Christophe Birkeland, the CTO of Malware Analysis at BlueCoat Systems, there is one thing that will happen this year: “We’ll begin to see more advanced attacks affecting us in 2016 and beyond.” But let’s turn over a new leaf and focus on the positive aspects: the return of OSGi, the celebration of OSGi enRoute, the inevitable release of Angular 2 and Yatta Profiles’ desire to make it easier for developers to set up Eclipse.
OSGi, Angular 2, microservices and more
This JAX Magazine issue contains a plethora of things meant to help developers boost efficiency and keep up with the latest industry trends.
In this issue, iMinds’ Tim Verbelen explains how OSGi can help build the next generation of IoT applications and Peter Kriens dives into the perks of OSGi enRoute. Martin Probst, a software engineer at Google in the AngularJS team, sheds some light on Angular 2’s release date while Per Minborg, the co-founder of two companies, teaches us how to create database content with Java 8. Steve Naidamast wants to convince us that database managers do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach and Sophie Hollmann, a technical writer at Yatta advances an interesting new project titled Yatta Profiles which enables developers to set up Eclipse projects more easily.
Inside this issue
1. 2016 security predictions
2. Back to the roots
3. OSGi enRoute 1.0
4. Angular 2, TypeScript … and a release date
5. Creating database content with Java 8
6. Best database managers for developers
7. Setting up Eclipse is easy now
Frederic Ebelshäuser, Nina Geiger, Sophie Hollmann
8. Bridging is the answer to interoperability issues
9. Microservice architecture is gaining momentum
10. From Silicon Valley to ISIS
11. Today’s tech partnerships