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OIO ruft auf zur Teilnahme an der OIO Kompass Studie Java Web Frameworks: “Wie und wozu haben Sie Ihr Java Web Framework ausgewählt? Zur Umfrage geht es hier. Ihre Vorteile bei einer Teilnahme Die Umfrage basiert auf unserem Fragenkatalog, den wir … Continue reading
One of the best keynotes I have seen for a while. Rod Johnson talks about Scala, but he also talks about Java and much more. Keynote – Scala in 2018 It’s 2018. Scala is now 15 years old and the … Continue reading
… will be very exciting. Daniel Kurka, member of the GWT Steering Comittee, published his and Ray Cromwell‘s slides of their Google I/O session “GWT Roadmap for the Future”. First of all, there is a new GWT project page created by … Continue reading
Google announced Android Studio at the keynote of Google I/O 2013. Android Studio is an Android focused IDE based on the community edition of IntelliJ IDEA. In the keynote you can see some really nice features as: Externalized Strings and used … Continue reading
With some lateness, the specification for Java EE 7 (JSR 342) went final today, about three years after the release of Java EE 6. Without cloud features and a caching API, it comes with a big support for building HTML5 … Continue reading
According to Mark Reinhold, Java 8 will not be ready in September 2013. That’s because of man power needed to improve Java’s security: […] Maintaining the security of the Java Platform always takes priority over developing new features, and so these efforts … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago we published the results of a comparative study about the performance impact of large component trees on JSF implementations. The article is available in German only so here is a brief summary in English.