Revisiting one section at a time of ZeroTurnaround's popular Developer Productivity Report 2012, this first "report redux" focuses on Java Build Tools Maven, Ant, SBT and Gradle, and includes commentary by Hans Dockter, founder of Gradle, who shares his vision of 2013.
With over 30 pages of data, charts, stats, and commentary from some of the most well-respected folks in the world of GWT, the just released report is the most comprehensive study of the GWT community to date.
Of all the sessions I attended at Amazon's re:Invent conference, none had such clear, succinct and sometimes obvious advice of Tim Prendergast's talk on selling cloud to your own company.
Acceptance testing are used to determine if the requirements of a specification are met. It should be run in an environment as similar as possible of the production one. So if your application is deployed into Openshift you will require a parallel account to the one used in production for running the tests. In this post we are going to write an acceptance test for an application deployed into...
This article discusses the differences between testing traditional web and mobile applications, specific challenges associated with mobile load testing, mobile testing basics and best practices for recording mobile load test scenarios.
The fact is, the mobile development market is changing quickly and in unpredictable ways, and as a result, if you developed a sound mobile strategy six to eighteen months ago, you’re probably working with a mobile strategy that is sadly out of date. So, what is an organization to do? Throwing away their existing mobile strategy just might be a good start, asserts Ian Finley at this years Gartner...
This is the first part of a series of articles looking at the underlying execution and resource consumption model of Akka based applications.
Cloud based IDEs stink. And most developers couldn't care less if their JIRA install was local or in the cloud. So, while Java developers are certainly capable of using cloud based technologies, have the technologies themselves really had any impact on how development is done? After all, a class diagram is still a class diagram, regardless of whether an organization is using a design tool that's...
There were no visible fears when it came to prognosticating about the future of mobile development at this year's Gartner Application Architecture, Development and Integration Summit in Las Vegas. And what was one of the big predictions when it comes to the world of mobile application development? It was the assertion that future mobile development will be all about embracing the Web standard,...
The Gartner Application Architecture, Development and Integration Summit is on in full swing, and the theme of this year’s conference is clear: it’s all about changing the game. And what does changing the game mean? It means addressing the issues and concerns that will have the greatest impact on how customers and clients interact with the enterprise systems that the global army of application...
The JVM is a wonderful piece of engineering, and like any beautiful machine it is important to be able to understand and appreciate the technology powering the underlying layers. Java bytecode is the machine code that enables the JVM to interpret and compile language code such as Java, Scala, Groovy, Kotlin and a dozen more in order to develop applications for hungry consumers.
Form binding is the process of binding the properties of a domain object with the fields of a form.In modern web development form binding can be very useful since there is no need to manually process the submitted values and update the domain objects with them. In Apache Wicket framework domain objects can be bounded to form fields mainly using PropertyModel and CompoundPropertyModel and in...
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- Oracle announces delays in the JDK 8 release schedule (19 Apr 2013) After patching Web browser security issues, the Java Platform Group at Oracle has announced delays...
- The two most common problems dogging SOA projects (05 Apr 2013) The author of SOA patterns discusses the two most common problems hurting SOA development projects.
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