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Java Collections API Quirks

So we tend to think we’ve seen it all, when it comes to the Java Collections API. We know our ways around Lists, Sets, Maps, Iterables, Iterators. We’re...

0 replies - 4412 views - 03/24/13 by Lukas Eder in Articles

Free Wicket guide now available!

Dear guys,I'm really excited to announce that, after almost two years of work (in may spare time), I've finished and published my free guide to Wicket!...

2 replies - 1002 views - 03/21/13 by Andrea Del Bene in Announcements

If Java was a Haskell - The Type System

In my previous article If Java was a Haskell I tried to explain the pure functional paradigm offered by Haskell through the words of a Java...

0 replies - 3651 views - 03/20/13 by Damien Lepage in Articles

New Open Source Project SQL Result Mapper

I'm using JPA, Hibernate and JDBC in my daily work and I always irritated that there i nothing like JPQL constructor expression in native queries. Therefore I...

0 replies - 1266 views - 03/19/13 by Simon Martinelli in Articles

Obba 3.2 released: A Java Object Handler for Spreadsheets (for Dynamic Client/Server Spreadsheet Add-Ins)

New in version 3: Support for creating objects dynamically from source code, see Class to Object Demo (movie). Version 3.2 brings many small improvements...

0 replies - 2057 views - 03/18/13 by Christian Fries in Announcements

A Refactoring Exercise Using Java8 Lambda Expressions

Finally Java with its 8th major release will get lambda expressions and then will become a bit more functional. Together with Raoul-Gabriel Urma and Alan...

5 replies - 11027 views - 03/14/13 by Mario Fusco in Articles

Implement RSS Feeds with a Custom Wicket Resource

The following article contains some excerpts from the upcoming free guide to Apache Wicket (http://code.google.com/p/wicket-guide/) that I'm about to release....

1 replies - 3284 views - 03/13/13 by Andrea Del Bene in Articles

From Java to PHP

We are welcoming some new colleagues that come from a Java background in the Onebip team, both from the development and operations field. Here's a primer on...

0 replies - 9335 views - 03/13/13 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles

As a developer I want to use XML extremely easily

A few days ago I needed to parse some reports in Java application. Recently I used for such tasks built-in features, but I can say they are not very...

1 replies - 1546 views - 03/11/13 by Jakub Kubrynski in Articles

Logger Tinylog 0.8 Supports Application Servers

tinylog, an open source logger for Java, has been released in version 0.8. The second to last beta version of tinylog uses class loaders in a different way to...

0 replies - 1720 views - 03/08/13 by Martin Winandy in Articles

Performance Testing Can Be as Simple as Unit Testing.

The first tool that comes in to mind when someone wants to do performance testing of Java server side applications is JMETER. It's free, opensource, and one...

2 replies - 5206 views - 03/07/13 by Sam Kyatham in Articles

Jelastic Launches Major New Version of Its Cloud Hosting Platform

Jelastic, Inc., announced the launch of a major new version of its ultra-scalable and interoperable Java and PHP cloud hosting platform. The new version,...

0 replies - 3157 views - 03/07/13 by Julia Wunder in Articles

Flyway 2.1 released with automatic schema creation

Flyway 2.1 is out! Highlights of this release: Automatic Schema Creation SQL migrations from Filesystem (instead of only from...

0 replies - 3024 views - 03/05/13 by Axel Fontaine in Announcements

Properties with Spring

1. OverviewSpring has always tried to be as transparent as possible when it comes to working with properties. Before Spring 3.1 however, the mechanism of...

0 replies - 43694 views - 03/04/13 by Eugen Paraschiv in Articles

Learn the basics of Clojure

Have you ever wanted to learn functional programming? Have you ever wanted to get into Clojure, the most powerful language on the JVM?I am running...

0 replies - 814 views - 03/01/13 by Eric Normand in Announcements

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 - 9724 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 - 2377 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 - 2662 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 - 6359 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 - 24124 views - 02/21/13 by Eugene Ivantsov in Articles