In this article, I will show you step by step how to create a GitHub account and host your Maven artifact on it.
When’s the last time you accidentally put milk in the cabinet? Or cereal in the fridge? Have you had to hunt around for your car keys recently, only to find them in a place you already thought you’d looked? We all miss a thing or two from time to time. When you’re doing so much at once, it’s easy to overlook the simple things. It’s understandable.
At Logz.io, we're using Play 2.0 framework. We wanted to share our experience hardening and securing this part of our architecture by using action composition.
The aim of this example is to show how to use and style different date and time components. Date and time components are new elements added on HTML5 and not all browsers support it (i.e mozilla firefox). We take these elements in consideration because they represent input elements of html and thus we get get data from the user.
Apache Maven Guide for Beginners and Intermediate Developers.
Anyone who has worked with Play Framework will tell you that it's fast. In fact, Play does all it can to wring every last drop of performance out of the JVM. The big question is how, and why, is Play able to be so fast?
In a properly designed class, there can only be one primary constructor and any number of secondary ones.
An article that looks at what it means to be static, dynamic, adaptive and simulated in the tracing of software execution.
JSON.simple vs GSON vs Jackson vs JSON
As developers, we all love shiny new things. New technologies (Docker, Kubernetes), new languages (Golang, NodeJS), new hyped conversation starters (Microservices, DevOps, Cloud). And everyone seems to have an opinion about why you should do this architecture, or why you should use that language. At the end of the day, your employer is expecting you to deliver using a means to an end, but what is...
Have you thought about the architecture that would be required to automate the developer workspace lifecycle? One of the goals of Eclipse Che is to provide projects that are ready to edit, build and run without a developer installing tools or dependencies.
What if mobile apps had personality types? Could you tell what kind of personality your app would have? Mobile apps can generally be classified in three ways: native apps, mobile web apps, and hybrid apps. Let’s see what happens if we try to match those app types to personality types.
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