Staring with Twitter Bootstrap and mod_pagespeed, how hard is it to get a perfect PageSpeed Insights score? Well…there is only one way to find out!
This is the second interview in a regular series of interviews with stalwarts of the technology industry. This week we have Tim Fox, the Vert.x project lead who was formerly behind RabbitMQ and other well known Java based messaging frameworks. In this interview you can find out about Tim’s contributions, his history with traditional messaging systems, motivations behind Vert.x and some deep...
JavaFX 1 had left some developers less than impressed, after hoping it would be a significant improvement over Swing. However, with JavaFX 2, the team got a lot of things right, which is why you should be excited to test it out...
JFrog's Bintray, Part 1: the Non-Trivial Problem of Developing an Infrastructure to Reliably Serve Software Binaries
Serving developer binaries isn’t trivial. Such binaries are consumed by tools, and create massive request load. Add to that support for metadata, REST API, storage quotas, stats, repo indexes on demand and global HA distribution, and you’ve got yourself a pretty complicated system to run and manage. This talk will show you how Bintray, JFrog’s social binary distribution service, works. We will...
article explains Experimenting with JavaFX and Java 8
Developer focused analysts RedMonk are known for having their fingers firmly embedded in only the zestiest of zeitgeisty pies, so the JAXenter team was intrigued to hear that they would be organising an event centered on the Internet of Things (IoT).
Normally in our projects we generate a considerable amount of documentation, for example Software Requirements Specifications (SRS) or user stories written by developers and/or QA in Cucumber or JBehave format or javadoc. And now I ask to myself, are configuration files documentation too? And the answer is YES!!!. In this post we are going to see how to transform TomEE's configuration file into a...
We’ve had a lot of people asking for the Log Management Primer for a while now. And, surprisingly, many of these folks have a strong technical background, including developers. Some want it for themselves, and some want it to pass on to a colleague, manager, etc. I’m going to explain what logs are, where they come from and how you can get your logs. If you’re a developer, this post probably...
We're continuing to launch new and interesting series for our company blog. This week we're launching The Tech Stalwarts series, a set of interviews with unsung heroes and luminaries in our industry. This week to kick off the series we're really pleased to have Donald Raab from Goldman Sachs talk about GS Collections.
By default, HTTPS / SSL is not configured and enabled in Tomcat Web server. SSL setup is required to make your web application accessible over HTTPS protocol. This post will guide you to configure SSL in Tomcat 7 Web server.
When up to 50% of sales is expected from online mobile shoppers you would think that the big eCommerce sites have optimized their sites. A closer look shows though that some of them don't even follow the simplest best practices. Learn from their mistakes and make your mobile web site better!
Excelsior JET Charity Bundles are available under "pay what you can" terms until Christmas, with net proceeds going to local charity that supports kids with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
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