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Almost one year ago I came across a special font for programmers called Anonymous Pro. Recently, while setting up a new development environment, a co-worker commented that he personally prefers Source Code Pro from Adobe. To keep it short: it … Weiterlesen
Google introduced a 2-step authentication some time ago. With the 2-step authentication, the user is asked for a token after successfully logging in with you username/ password. Such token is provided by some application and is usually short lived. Google … Weiterlesen
Das Generieren von Code mit dem Projekt Lombok verspricht deutlich wenig Boilerplate-Code in Java. Das kennt man sonst nur aus alternativen JVM-Sprachen wie Groovy mit den GroovyBeans und seiner Art der Compile Time Metaprogrammierung, den AST Transformationen. Bei Projekt Lombok … Weiterlesen
Some weeks ago version 7.2 of the NetBeans IDE was released (download at http://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html). This version includes a nice new option to refactor your code. The Builder Pattern The Builder Pattern (amongst others made popular by Joshua Bloch’s 2nd edition of … Weiterlesen
In the first part of this article, we explored how a Maven project for Vaadin could be configured such that the application will be dynamically redeployed during runtime after changes have been made to the application code in Eclipse. In … Weiterlesen