What impact will losing JavaFX Script have on the language? And, have we really seen the last of it?
What do the API changes mean for JavaFX developers? And what else does Oracle have in store for JavaFX?
PLUS, bug fixes with HttpClient 4.0.2 and new release of Oracle Enhanced Adapter for ActiveRecord is tested against Rails 3.0.0.
PLUS, new compress Ant library, and Google announce a solution for overflowing inboxes.
After months of silence, Oracle finally make an announcement on the future of Java: that they are suing Google over the Android OS……
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PLUS, bug fixes for Apache HTTP Server 2.2.16, and version 0.6 of Terracotta-based Terrastore integrates the ActiveMQ message broker for event publishing.
JAXenter speaks with ‘Seam in Action’ author Dan Allen on his work with Arquillian and Weld Maven as part of Seam 3, and how he came to be involved in Seam in the first place.
The father of Java leaves Sun/Oracle but what has he contributed in the last ten years?
Mobility track for JavaOne 2010, Roger Brinkley has announced the themes for this year’s JavaOne conference, which will run in […]
As those hooked into the Twittersphere might already be aware, this week has seen some debate about the effect open sourcing the Java platform has had on the number of Java developers which inevitably leads to the question ‘just how many Java developers are there?’
After Oracle announced that JavaOne would continue as a parallel conference to Oracle’s own Oracle OpenWorld conference, the call for […]
Charles Phillips has announced that Oracle will be retaining the JavaOne conference brand, in addition to expanding the annual Java […]