Java EE is the killer platform for development of UI APIs. In this code driven session at Voxxed Days Bucharest, Adam Bien codes and compares Angular 2, React JS, Polymer and plain JavaScript approaches to implement SPAs with RESTful microservice backend running on docker. We then caught up with Adam right after and asked him […]

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Voxxed chatted with Chris Richardson after his talk at Devoxx UK 2017. The microservice architecture structures an application as a set of loosely coupled, collaborating services. Maintaining data consistency is challenging since each service has its own database to ensure loose coupling. To make matters worse, for a variety of reasons distributed transactions using JTA […]

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The feature we always hear about whenever Java 9 is in the news is Jigsaw, modularity for Java. But modularity just doesn’t scratch the same developer itch that Java 8’s lambdas and streams did, and as developers we’re left with a vague sensation that version 9 might just not be that interesting. In fact, Java […]

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Vaadin Framework 8 renewed essentially the whole data binding API and added dozens of enhancements. Here is a list of the most important changes that will give you a boost in your next Vaadin Framework projects. New modern Java APIs The main feature in Vaadin 8 is core API modernization. We now fully take advantage […]

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This year on 6-8 February over 1700 developers gathered in Stockholm to attend JFokus. I only attended the conference part of the session on 7th -8th but there were more lengthy tutorial sessions on the first day. I will try to summarize some of my highlights for you now. Day one: The conference had 6 […]

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By Matt Raible, who will be speaking at Devoxx US in San Jose, California on March 21-23. This article shows you how to build a simple blog application with JHipster 4, which has not yet been released (as of 27 January 2017). Source Code If you’d like to get right to it, the source for […]

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Many Vaadin Framework users have been wondering why we have started the pure client side Elements project. As discussed last month, the ultimate plan is to start using these Web Components based client side components in the client side of an upcoming version of the framework. In that version, you’ll have plain Java API for […]

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This week Mark Reinhold submitted three brand new JEPs (JDK Enhancement Proposal). JEP 300: Augment Use-Site Variance with Declaration-Site Defaults JEP 301: Enhanced Enums JEP 302: Lambda Leftovers These proposals are enhancements to the JDK (Java Development Kit) and OpenJDK. A long term roadmap for the JDK projects, a look into what the future of […]

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Some while ago I started using a Raspberry Pi to control my Lego. It all started when we wanted to figure out if we could run standard Java on the Raspberry Pi. Instead of writing “Hello World” – we wanted to do something cooler. We decided to use Java and later Scala with Akka on […]

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“The success as a platform encumbered its evolution as a tool”. Java’s most ubiquitous library is getting an update! And this is the time to see what’s new and weigh in on its course. We caught up with Nicolai Parlog at Devoxx BE 2016 to talk about the changes we can expect in JUnit 5, the […]

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