Ever feel lost while programming? Not to worry! Today, Martin Patsov is here to show you there’s nothing to fear from Java.
IoT has to manage a lot of data streams. That’s where Java can help. In this article, Chirag Thumar explains the role Java can play in IoT and what benefits it can bring to the table.
Ah, summer. The sun is hot, the days are long, and the Java ecosystem keeps on spinning. What did we read last month? Well, it turns out we all really liked stories about the upcoming release of Java 9, machine learning for fun and profit, and the latest updates on Angular.
Microservices. We all need to learn how to use them. In this article, Alexsandro Souza introduces a number of microservices-related concepts for leaving the monolith behind, as well as starting a walk-through on how to create a ToDo system.
Java 9’s due date is coming but there are still some things we need to understand before its arrival. In the last part of our interview series, Java influencers bust some Java 9 misconceptions and reveal what they’d like to see in Java 10.
IntelliJ IDEA 2017.2 is finally here. This massive update for IntelliJ IDEA contains an abundance of features and important bugfixes. There’s Kotlin 1.1.3 support, Groovy 2.5.0 support, smarter coding assistance, Java 9 module diagrams and more.
What is Eclipse JDT Language Server (jdt.ls)? Fred Bricon and Gorkem Ercan explain more about this open source Java language specific implementation of the Language Server Protocol.
Never a dull moment with Java 9. First, the JCP EC decided not to approve the Public Review Ballot for JSR 376 but then they signed off on the Reconsideration Ballot. Java 9 will be released on September 21 but will developers get started on JDK 9 without modules? In the second part of our interview series, Java influencers weigh in on Java 9 and the modular ecosystem.
Java became a go-to language for Web-facing applications and Internet projects. However, the use of Java is not without its potential pitfalls, and that’s something that’s important for developers to keep in mind. In this article, AJ Philips teaches you how to get your Java errors under control with error monitoring.
JetBrains polled over 5,000 developers to identify the State of Developer Ecosystem and now the results are here. The report contains developers’ preference with regard to 11 programming languages, as well as databases and team tools. Read on to find out the key takeaways and to see what Java developers prefer to use these days.
Crnk, a new open source project which allows developers to focus on what really matters —their applications, provides an end-to-end solution for RESTful application development that integrates well into the Java ecosystem. In this article, Remo Meier, senior software engineer at Adnovum Informatik AG gives us an overview of the Crnk framework and its benefits.