HTML5 has introduced a lot of changes welcomed by developers, including adding additional types of form input elements that helps in form processing activities like validation. Validating web forms has always been a painful task for many developers. Performing client side validation in a user-friendly as well as developer-friendly way is really hard. Furthermore informing users about the...
An interview with Dave Pollak - creator of the Lift Framework, and arguably, the first significant Scala forker - on why this hugely versatile language never gained the traction of Java.
What are some of the most interesting tools to help you go Reactive?
This week, we'll briefly cover a few benefits of load testing in the cloud, but also want to unearth what you should consider doing (or not doing) in your future cloud testing projects.
The hightlights of this release are: Many improvements to the command-line tool, solidDB support, improved JavaBean-style configuration
How to map and handle static resources with Spring MVC - use the simple configuration, then the 3.1 more flexible one and finally the new 4.1 resource
Codenvy uses Docker to create any build environments with any language.
Log data provides the most granular view into what is happening across your systems, applications, and end users. Logs can show you where the issues are in real-time, and provide a historical trending view over time. Logs give you the whole picture.
MongoDB has announced the release of MongoDB 3.0 and MongoDB Ops Manager. They say that MongoDB is now much lighter in operational load, has 7-10x better write performance, as well as much less disk consumption.
Where were you on February 3, 2015 at 3:40 p.m. PST? Snowed in? Desperately trying to refresh Netflix? If so, you weren’t alone. It turns out even best and biggest companies experience failure from time to time.
Is your implementation efficiently using multi-threading? Or are your threads just waiting for exclusive resources and basically executing tasks in parallel anyway. In this blog I highlight two use cases of multi-threading that doesn’t fully leverage the potential of having multiple threads available
A quick update on the Java EE front this morning, after David Delabasse confirmed in an Aquarium blog post this morning that the Expert Group (EG) for JSR 375 – the Java EE Security API, geared at overhauling and modernising EE security API portability and simplicity – has now been established. Among other things, the EG will need to consider how best to leverage Java EE orthogonal technologies...
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- Oracle takes ALM to the cloud with the Java SE Cloud Service (27 Oct 2015) Optimized for the cloud, at JavaOne2015, Oracle has announced the Java SE Cloud Service and a new...
- Celebrating 20 years of Java technology at JavaOne 2015 (26 Oct 2015) Twenty years is a pretty significant milestone, especially if you're a programming language. At...
- Performance upgrades and feature enhancements typify incremental Java releases (28 Oct 2015) There may not have been a major Java release since last year, but at JavaOne2015, there are still...
- Life beyond the JavaOne sessions: Mastering life in San Francisco (15 Oct 2015) You won't spend every moment at JavaOne in a session, so here is some advice from Barry Burd on how...
- Barry Burd's guide to the best sessions to attend at JavaOne 2015 (15 Oct 2015) Going to JavaOne this year? Wondering which sessions to attend? Conference veteran Barry Burd is...
- Examine modular code development with Java's Project Jigsaw (22 Sep 2015) Project Jigsaw is the new standard for modular code development in Java. Expert Barry Burd takes an...
- Productivity tools in growing lightweight architectures (06 Oct 2015) ZeroTurnaround developer advocate Simon Maple discussed the most important productivity tools,...
- Limited bandwidth may stifle IoT development (10 Sep 2015) When it comes to IoT development, limited network bandwidth could be the weak link in the chain as...
- XRebel changes application performance monitoring tools (25 Sep 2015) In this podcast, ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov discusses how XRebel differentiates itself from...
- NetBeans IDE 8.1 worth a second look (28 Aug 2015) NetBeans IDE set to include Node.js support in the latest 8.1 version.