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Author Archives: Steffen Schäfer
When splitting a project internally you typically use a multi module build. Build tools like Maven or Gradle have built-in support for this. For simple use cases this makes things much more complicated. By using Gradle this can also be … Continue reading
Gradle 1.12 was released this week with a bunch of new features and bug fixes as well as performance improvements.
When writing business web applications you often need to show PDF files in your application. But this requires that the user has an installation of a PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Reader) and the browser plugin is activated. With PDF.js there … Continue reading
According to Thomas Broyer, the plans for upcoming releases of GWT changed a little bit. In the comments of a Google+ post, he wrote the following: The plan has shifted a bit. We’ll do a 2.7 near June, and will … Continue reading
Im Februar 2014 wurde von Thoughtworks angekündigt, dass der Firmen-eigene Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery Server Go zukünftig unter der “Apache License 2.0” steht und damit als Open Source Software veröffentlicht wird.