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Is Your Code Structured Like This?

JUnit's evolving structure. JUnit is a masterpiece. As Martin Fowler tells us, "JUnit was born on a flight from Zurich to the 1997 OOPSLA in...

7 replies - 9484 views - 03/01/13 by Edmund Kirwan in Articles

Xfce: Keyboard Shortcuts Working in Eclipse IDE

Did you ever face the problem with Xfce that not all of the globally defined keyboard shortcuts can be changed? In my case Eclipse IDE shortcuts that I'm...

0 replies - 2254 views - 02/28/13 by Peter Butkovic in Articles

Eclipse RAP 2.0 QuickStart with IntelliJ IDEA

Eclipse RAP 2.0 is finally out! As you probably know, developing Eclipse RAP or RCP applications outside of Eclipse can be challenging. Actually, even...

0 replies - 2564 views - 02/24/13 by Edvin Syse in Articles

Collections, meet Expression!

On my current project, we use a lot of data collections. And like in most software projects, the most common (although far from exclusive)...

0 replies - 6241 views - 02/23/13 by Kevin Chabot in Articles

5 Reasons Why in 5 Years Desktop IDEs Will Be Dead

Yes, this is not a joke! In 5 years, all developers will code in the cloud. Not only will they code there, but also build, test, run, debug and deploy apps in...

27 replies - 23635 views - 02/21/13 by Eugene Ivantsov in Articles

Is MVC Pattern a Dead End for Application Development?

In this article I would like to show you why using MVC pattern is not enough to be able to create agile and scalable applications. I will also suggest...

14 replies - 22286 views - 02/20/13 by Aliaksei Papou in Articles

Composite Design Pattern in Java

Composite design patten allows you to have a tree structure and ask each node in the tree structure to perform a task.You can take real life example of a...

0 replies - 13841 views - 02/18/13 by Arpit Mandliya in Articles

iText: 13th birthday — 5.4.0 release

Thirteen years ago, on February 14th of the magical year 2000, I published version 0.30 of a library I had been writing in my spare time. This library allowed...

0 replies - 1027 views - 02/15/13 by Bruno Lowagie in Announcements

A New Java Library for Amazing Productivity

Editor's Note: This article has been republished with the permission of the original author, Graham Lea.  I’ve found this great Java library that can...

25 replies - 19035 views - 02/15/13 by Allen Coin in Articles

The Day Java Lost the Battle

When it comes to technology, one thing is for sure: there will always be battles, winners and losers. The programming world is no exception. Programming...

0 replies - 819 views - 02/15/13 by Maroun Baydoun in Articles

DHTMLX JavaPlanner: Event Calendars and Schedulers for Java

DHTMLX, a respected developer of web-based applications, has released DHMTLX JavaPlanner v.1.0   It is a brand-new Java calendar control that is...

1 replies - 2379 views - 02/13/13 by Dmitry Sergeenko in Announcements

Can We Measure Encapsulation?

Detecting the undetected. Something doesn't add up. Most programmers value encapsulation, adhering to something like the ISO's definition...

0 replies - 2949 views - 02/12/13 by Edmund Kirwan in Articles

Flux 8's File Workflow Engine Introduces Native PGP and ZIP File Capabilities

Version 8.0 of Flux, a proven leader in file orchestration solutions for banks and financial services organizations, has been released.Flux...

0 replies - 1137 views - 02/05/13 by Dave Sims in Announcements

REST-JSON Service Versioning – Simple approach

Problem Statement: As a provider of a service, one is obliged to maintain different versions of a service. One of the possible reasons could be the existing...

4 replies - 4152 views - 02/05/13 by Senthil Balakrishnan in Articles

JavaOne Shanghai Call for Papers Open

The effort to make JavaOne a truly global phenomenon moves forward! Following JavaOne Latin America last year, JavaOne Shanghai is going to be held again at...

0 replies - 659 views - 02/03/13 by Reza Rahman in Announcements

18 Links: Android, Java, Heroku, and JAX-RS

Curator's Note: DZone MVB Tim Spann put together this list of useful...

0 replies - 4027 views - 02/03/13 by Tim Spann in Articles

Dear Java/JEE developer - why should you care about ADF?

Whether you are deciding on the framework to use for your next Java web or mobile project or whether you are contemplating your next career step as a Java...

2 replies - 1542 views - 02/01/13 by Lucas Jellema in Announcements

If Java was a Haskell

Haskell has the reputation of being one of the most advanced programming language of our time. Its main strengths are its functional paradigm, its purity which...

7 replies - 4553 views - 01/29/13 by Damien Lepage in Articles

The Three Greatest Paragraphs Ever Written on Encapsulation

Definition. Encapsulation isn't sexy. It's the chartered accounting of software design. Functional Java programming? Formula freakin'...

0 replies - 8732 views - 01/28/13 by Edmund Kirwan in Articles

New complex protection for JavaFX applications from reverse engineering

The new version of Stringer Java Obfuscator is out now. New features and changes: The Resource Encryption function now supports JavaFX applications. The...

0 replies - 980 views - 01/27/13 by Ivan Kinash in Announcements