After almost a year of development, the beta version of Vaadin 7 is finally here - waiting for you to test it out. Read what the team managed to get in the release, what was pushed out and how to try it out.
Proposes a new reflection mechanism for Java that is largely focused on execution behavior analysis as well as resource consumption profiling.
Sometimes you just know you do not need the GC to run. And you want to avoid the overhead caused by it. Why is it impossible in Java and what can you do about it?
Disruptive forces don't come along all that often in the development world. They do in the IT world in general. You could easily say that cloud computing or the emergence of mobile applications have been disruptive forces, but they don't fundamentally change the way we approach the task of actually writing code.
Touch devices are an increasing trend and becoming essential for more and more enterprise applications. The new ZK 6.5 features responsive UI components which are made to adapt their appearance and behavior to the device which they are run on. Developers can write the code in Java once and have it run on both desktop and touch platforms.
Recently a blog post from 2001 written by Paul Graham was circulated, where Paul had said Java did not pass his 'hacker radar' smell test. He then outlined this test of 12 steps. I found his conclusion much less interesting than the test itself, and the somewhat non-technical reasons some technologists might be using to pass judgment on new technologies.
This articles explains the classloading that takes place on JBoss AS7. Isolation levels, dependencies,deployment strategies and many other are discussed.
The ability to conduct effective performance testing has become a highly desired skillset within the IT industry. Unfortunately, these highly sought after skills are consistently in short supply. “Front-end testers” can work with a tool to create a realistic load and although this is an important skillset, creating the load is just the beginning of any performance project. Understanding the load...
Force.com MVP Michael Farrington explains the Salesforce.com App Exchange's security review process.
Speaking as the devil's advocate, it's not looking so good for Team Java right now. Last week some serious security risks came to light, prompting some to suggest sandboxing the JVM. Now, Apple has reacted to the security concerns by taking another step away from Java.
JINSPIRED has announced the immediate availability of JXInsight/Simz 1.0 delivering a revolutionary new application performance monitoring (APM) approach based on a highly scalable discrete event simulation engine that replays, in near real-time, the execution behavior and resource consumption of metered activities (code, requests, transactions, interactions) across an entire infrastructure of...
With the advent of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery, our builds are split into different steps creating the deployment pipeline. The final steps of our deployment pipeline, implies a deployment of our product (in case of JEE project a war or ear) to product. In this post we are going to see how we can configure Jenkins to manage the deployment of a Java Enterprise Application...
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