Only a week before the new Java release, we are welcoming the latest JavaFX version, the second independent release since JFX got decoupled from the JDK. Let’s have a quick look at the list of features it brings.
New developers make beginner’s mistakes. How can we support our newbie brethren so they don’t make a mess of our code? Georgi Minkov explores some of the more common Java mistakes and their solutions with a tour of the horrors of his own early code.
Testing, testing! This integral part of the development process is often given short shrift. Today, we’re taking a look at five of our favorite open source Java testing tools for unit tests, requirement tests, automated UI tests, and more!
It is evident that Elasticsearch has become quite a trend and AWS could not miss the party! AWS releases Open Distro for Elasticsearch, an Apache 2.0-licensed distribution of Elasticsearch enhanced with enterprise security, alerting, SQL, and more. Let’s have a look.
What are the important Java questions for tomorrow? In this session, Steve Poole explains that whether it’s driven by AI or quantum computers the problems of tomorrow demand new approaches and new thinking.
Every day we see fancy tools coming out, featuring all the buzzwords in their descriptions! But sometimes, all you need is a simple tool that gets the job done. Spincast was created exactly for that! Let’s have a closer look at this framework.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had news coming from all direction with some announcements *cough* Quarkus *cough* stealing the spotlight!
In response to the call for Java evolution -at the age of Kubernetes, microservices, serverless, and cloud-native application development- Red Hat announces the release of Quarkus. Meet the Kubernetes native Java framework that brings Java on a subatomic level!
What awaits Java in the next couple of years? Join Java Language Architect Brian Goetz on a whirlwind tour of the language features under development in Project Amber.
Another month has passed, bringing tons of new releases and news from all around. And it is time for us to have another monthly recap of the most clicked news for the past month as well some of the most interesting news that came along.
Discover how to use Manifold to enable JSON Schema as your REST API single source of truth (SSoT). Scott McKinney explains how the new Manifold framework connects your JSON Schema and YAML resources directly to Java without code generators, annotated POJOs, or other go-betweens.
The general availability is less than a month away and the second release candidate brings just a single bug fix. The stabilization repository, jdk/jdk12, remains open for P1 bug fixes but for now, let’s have a look at the second release candidate.
Java 12 is now in the Release Candidate phase, which means that the countdown has begun! Java 12 will be released on 19 March so it’s time to have a look at *all* the planned new features.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we explored the new JAX Mag, Project Helidon 1.0, and Linkerd 2.2. Also, we explored the how Clojure and Kotlin are a great fit for the JVM, Jib 1.0 is ready for production, and more!