Monthly Archives: December 2013

EGit 3.2 will support interactive rebase

One big feature that used to be missing in EGit compared to the native git client is interactive rebase. You can have an introduction of this feature at gitready.com or github.com. The good news is that EGit 3.2 (to be … Continue reading

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Confluence 5.4: JIRA und Confluence rücken dichter zusammen

Kurz vor Weihnachten beschenkt uns die Firma Atlassian mit einem neuen Release des Enterprise Wiki Produktes Confluence. Im Fokus von Confluence 5.4 steht die noch bessere Verzahnung von JIRA, JIRA Agile (vormals GreenHopper) und Confluence. Diese 3 Werkzeuge sollen in … Continue reading

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Spring 4.0 released

Spring 4.0 has been released and is now available on GitHub. Version 4.0 is the latest major release of the Spring Framework and the first to fully support Java 8 features. You can still use Spring with older versions of … Continue reading

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gwt.create – a pureley GWT focussed conference

Vaadin is hosting a GWT conference. In fact two: the conference is being held twice, once in San Francisco (started now) and once in Frankfurt (next week, sold out). Ray Cromwell just held the keynote on the future of GWT, … Continue reading

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TypeScript 0.9.5 released – one of the last steps before reaching 1.0

Microsoft has released version 0.9.5 of TypeScript, the statically typed superset of JavaScript. The new release fixes over 100 issues, including memory leaks, CPU usage, crashes and compiler correctness. For more details, see the official announcement. According the the TypeScript … Continue reading

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JPA 2.0 Criteria API How To – Join Type und Fetch Join

Das JPA-Citeria API ermöglicht eine standardisierte und typsichere Erstellung von objektorientierten Abfragen in Java. Dieser Beitrag erläutert wie Join-Abfragen beeinflusst werden können. Die Join Methode macht zwar per default einen „inner join“, dieses Verhalten lässt sich jedoch durch die Übergabe eines … Continue reading

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