Google is about to do it again. What you ask? They're about to release a new product that will likely wither and die after a handful of developers start using it and investing time in it. Here are all the non-existent details about Google Web Designer that you don't really need to know.
Apache TomEE is a Java EE server, which provides you with the best technology stack that can be deployed to a simple Java EE container. you’ll see how easy it is to deploy Java web apps into TomEE. In this tutorail you'll see how easy it is to deploy Java web apps into TomEE.
A new mini comic series on the topic of monitoring and managing (control) Java applications.
It’s hard to implement an effective, scalable search system, which is why Apache Solr is probably the most popular ‘black box’ in web app infrastructure.
Do you still spend your nights or weekends in war room scenarios in order to fix production performance problems? You have heard of DevOps but are scared of the change and you dont really know how to start and what to focus on? In this blog we cover best practices of companies that jumped on the DevOps train for the natural alignment of IT performance to business profitability. It takes a lot of...
Comments on some key concepts and ideas in a research paper outlining future directions in engineering self-adaptive software systems.
What greeks, romans, indians and NoSQL databases have in common?
PrimeFaces CSV Framework is revealed featuring the most complete and advanced CSV solution for JavaServer Faces and Java EE.
On most cloud computing platforms supporting enterprise Java deployment, Java is a first class citizen, optimized for the given runtime, and available directly through the cloud computing provider. It's not simply a software program that gets installed as though it were a decompression utility like WinRAR or 7-Zip. That's how it is with Microsoft's Azure cloud - but Azul Systems plans to change...
TheServerSide tries hard not to play favorites when it comes to covering the enterprise computing landscape, but there are certainly members of the community that the TSS editorship turns to when looking to uncover emerging trends, keep up on the latest industry changes, or even just grab a smart quote or interesting sound bite. When it comes to Agile development and application lifecycle...
While Eclipse and IntelliJ are almost identical in terms of their feature sets, there is one key difference which greatly impacts the fundamental architecture of functionality and user experience of both products.
This story is about two good reasons why the exceptions should be used for what the name indicates – for exceptional situations. If you start abusing the concept, you either make your code unreadable or start suffering from performance issues.
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