Looking for a new full-stack framework? Micronaut is a project brought to us by the Grails team focusing on modularity, minimal memory footprint, and a rocket-fast startup speed. Learn more about this exciting project in development today!
If you want to stay up-to-date on the hottest projects that everyone is talking about, you should start by bookmarking GitHub Trending — a list of trending repositories based on the number of stars they receive. This month, Flutter is the second most starred repository; could it have something to do with its first beta release? *cough*rhetorical question*cough*
These days, blockchain is on everyone’s lips. Many software developers from all sorts of fields are now trying to tap into the blockchain market. We talked with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity, about his first steps into blockchain development and more.
Java 10 is almost upon us so it’s time to have a quick look at the most popular Java versions. Are you a Java 8 fan or have you migrated to Java 9? Or perhaps you’re still using Java 6 or 7. Java developers, this poll is for you.
How has JavaFX evolved since it was announced at JavaOne in 2007? Was decoupling JavaFX from the JDK an inspired idea? In this article, Johan Vos weighs in on the news and explains why it makes perfect sense to move the development of JavaFX to an open system.
Datadog, a cloud monitoring provider, has recently added Java support to its APM offerings to provide a comprehensive monitoring platform. In this article, Julie Levine explains why they chose to add Java support and how it improves features like infrastructure metrics, log data, and application traces.
Hear ye, hear ye! Starting with JDK 11, JavaFX will be available as a separate module, decoupled from the JDK. This should encourage new contributors to engage in the open source OpenJFX community.
What does the new JDK 10 have in store for developers? While it’s still in development, exciting news is coming out from the JDK universe. Today, Simon Ritter goes over a hundred of the latest changes that are coming our way soon.
“Sourcetrail was built with the goal to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code”
If you find yourself “swimming” in unfamiliar waters, you should know that Sourcetrail is here to help: its goal is to save developers time when working on unfamiliar source code. We talked with Eberhard Gräther, founder of Sourcetrail about his project and how it plans to make Java developers’ lives easier, we look under its hood and get a sneak peek into its future.
Winter’s icy grip kept us cold during February, but that didn’t slow anyone down in the Java world. We’ve got you covered if you were huddled under blankets all last month: here are the top stories about Jakarta EE, Spring Boot 2, and more!
Is Java fit for IT’s current challenges? What does the renaissance of functional programming mean for the object-oriented paradigm? In which direction should Java evolve? We talked with Dr. Heinz Kabutz, Java performance expert and trainer at the Extreme Java Camp about all this and more.
Got any brilliant ideas about Java, DevOps, microservices or emerging technologies? We can’t wait to hear them! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2018 conference in October.
Our annual JAXenter survey will come to an end soon! We asked our readers what technologies they want to use this year and they have been diligently answering the questions we have prepared for them. There is still time to influence the outcome of our survey!