In the second part of this series on web apps with Vaadin, Matti Tahvonen shows us how to use Vaadin’s Swing-like components to develop web applications.
For any Java developers hoping they can check what value is on the stack just before returning, there’s good news and there’s not-so-good news.
In the second installment of Cory Isaacson’s crash-course guide to Data Modelling, we learn how to design a data model good enough to last forever.
Aiming at a developer community that grows more and more polyglot, the multi-lingual IDE Komodo is steadily increasing its number of supported languages. Komodo’s Nathan Rijksen shows us how to get started with Komodo IDE 9.
Multi-lingual stacks, the database alternatives and performance failures are just a few of the issues we look at in this latest issue of the JAX Magazine. Read it here on JAXenter.com.
Listen up Java devs! For anyone tempted to overload methods declared in Object, Lukas Eder has some frank advice: Don’t.
We’re back with another Java hack from resident devotee Alex Zhitnitsky. Today we’re looking at some useful techniques and methods that Java threads support.
Lukas Eder is back with another SQL tutorial and this time, he’s talking aggregations and SQL GROUP BY. Get your coding caps on and get to work.
Make string manipulation your friend with this latest Java 8 tutorial. Lukas Eder shows us how using the truncate method can help prevent bugs in editors and generally make dev life a little easier.
Ever wondered what the difference is between server-side and client-side containers? John Whiley, CTO of Moka5, explains their core functions and why you need both.
Internet of Things specialist Julien Vermillard takes a look at the most popular M2M use cases and explains why they often require more than one protocol.
Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, Akka, Java 8 streams and Quasar: A look at the classic use cases to the newest concurrency approaches for Java developers.
Oracle’s Gerrit Grunwald shows us the hardware and software setup needed to create a sensor network infrastructure that runs purely from embedded devices.
Testing expert and author Colin Vipurs tells us why you should never name your test “Test1”.