We kicked off the new year with a poll about the programming languages that will be relevant to you in 2019. Now it’s time to put the spotlight on Java and take a closer look at its ecosystem. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the Java frameworks that you have used extensively in 2018 or, if you are new to this scene, what framework you plan to use this year.
Unifying blockchain programming languages like Solidity with traditional languages like Java is the first of many steps that need to be taken before we begin to see mainstream adoption of decentralized technology. In this article, Sky Guo explains why Cypherium has chosen to run on Java and how this language can facilitate mainstream blockchain adoption.
“Minecraft has opened up Java to a range of people who probably don’t even realise the skills they have acquired through it”
Microsoft, which owns Mojang, the company that makes Minecraft, recently released two parts of Minecraft’s code in library form. So what does Minecraft have to do with the Java community? For starters, Java-based Minecraft has spawned a new generation of Java developers. We talked to Mark Little, VP of Engineering and JBoss Middleware CTO at Red Hat about how this helps to shine a positive light on the Java language.
Are you looking for a Java library to help you handle failures in Java 8+? Then this lightweight, zero-dependency library is for you. Let’s have a closer look at Failsafe.
Another salvo in the Oracle v. Google copyright fight as Google appeals to the US Supreme Court to overturn the Federal Court’s audacious ruling. This is more than just a problem for lawyers; developers of all kinds are impacted if the Supreme Court upholds that Java APIs can be copyrighted.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, Angular v8 made the second beta, Dart showed up as the most relevant programming language in 2019 for our poll, JDK 12 is ramping up to phase two, and more!
Today’s spotlight lands on Spoon: a Java library that allows you to transform and analyze Java code. This library is as brainy and academic as it is powerful. Give it a stir!
We have had quite a few polls lately with an amazing response rate and for that, we would like to extend a warm thank you! However, this time we decided to put the spotlight on Java and take a closer look at its ecosystem. So, Java developers, this poll is for you!
Things move fast in the Javalin world. With a release cycle that drops nearly every month, big things are happening. We check in to see what’s new, including server-side events, app extensions, and more!
It’s time to have a look at a tool that promises to help you read and write Java .properties files in a more … sane manner. Apron is a small library for advanced Java properties. Let’s have a closer look.
Even the best code throws errors. Being a developer means knowing how to fix them. In this article, Ram Lakshmanan goes over the many different types of VirtualMachineError for Java, as well as how you can solve these issues and get back to your day without a crashing app.
There are multiple ways to run your PDI-based ETL from Java. In this tutorial, Dreamix’s Veselin Davidov covers three methods.
Project Helidon, a set of Java libraries for writing microservices was introduced in September 2018. Although the big 1.0 release is not here yet, you should not overlook 0.11.0 as it includes a bunch of API changes (in preparation for the 1.0 release). In short, when you upgrade to 0.11.0, you will have to make changes to your application.
Now that we are done with the experts’ tech predictions for 2019, it is time to turn our attention to you. Participate in our poll and let us know which languages will be relevant, interesting or exciting in 2019.