Category Archives: Java Basics

Gradle 3.0

Gradle 3.0 wurde vor einigen Tagen veröffentlicht. Wieder gibt es spannende Neuerungen und Verbesserungen. Hier meine persönlichen Highlights:

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Process API – Java 9

For controlling and managing processes on your operating system, Java provides the ProcessAPI. But the API lacks some key functionality, which makes handling with processes in Java a mess. With Java 9, this API will get a considerable update. What … Continue reading

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The G1 Garbage Collector

Garbage Collection is a very important issues and often one of the reasons, why you cannot deliver your non-functional performance requirements. Finding the garbage collector which fits your purpose best is not always an easy task. Some developers do not … Continue reading

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Jigsaw – Java 9

As previously mentioned here, Java 9 is coming soon, and with it comes an interesting approach called Jigsaw. It was first announced to release with Java 7, but was delayed to Java 8 and will now release with Java 9. … Continue reading

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JShell

After Python, Ruby, JavaScript and everyone else, Java will finally get its official Java Shell with Java 9. One of the main reason for the developers to finally introduce the Java Shell, is to lower the learning curve for initial … Continue reading

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HTTP/2 Client – Java 9

The web has changed a lot since the 90’s, so in May 2015, a new version of the HTTP-Protocol was presented by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). With Java 9, the developers also updated the HTTP-API in the JDK … Continue reading

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Java 9 Top Features

Java 9 will be released in March 2017, there will be a LOT of new features and small updates. Well, here are some major features that will come with it.

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