Ever tried to create a JSON data structure that includes entities that have a bidirectional relationship (i.e., circular reference)? If you have, you’ve likely seen a JavaScript error along the lines of “Uncaught TypeError: Converting circular structure to JSON”. Or if you’re a Java developer who uses Jackson library, you may have encountered “Could not […]

Read more

By John Williston  The forces of history can act a bit like a pendulum, and this is certainly apparent when it comes to the relationship between development and operations. The DevOps Disconnect It isn’t difficult to see where the initial disconnect between developers and operations began. As I explained in a recent webinar, the very […]

Read more

SQL for JSON

| Cloud | 249 views
13 Oct

Querying with Performance for NoSQL Databases & Applications In today’s world of agile business, developers and organizations benefit when JSON-based NoSQL databases and SQL-based querying come together. NoSQL provides schema flexibility, high performance, and elastic scaling. SQL provides expressive, independent data access. Developers need to deliver apps that readily evolve, perform, and scale, all to […]

Read more

So you’d like to query a JSON document database using SQL-like syntax? Couchbase has N1QL for you. N1QL is a declarative query language that extends SQL for JSON. You can query data via native framework and language integration, a fluent API, or the JDBC/ODBC drivers. N1QL enables you to query JSON documents without any limitations […]

Read more

By Katie Miller Reposted from the New Relic Blog  JavaScript frameworks can be a blessing and a curse–a fact that New Relic has become intimately familiar with as we continually work to improve the New Relic APM UI. We’ve chosen to use Angular.js as our frontend framework of choice and have loved the way that it […]

Read more

This session provides an overview of what is coming in Java EE 8. It describes the results of Oracle’s Java EE 8 community surveys, how Oracle converged on the planned Java EE 8 feature set, and its plans in the following areas: • Enhanced support for HTML5 applications and other web tier features such as […]

Read more

An Application Architect for Myriad Genetics, Ian Robertson has been toiling away at the Java coalface for 14 years, during which time he has amassed a fairly hefty open source project portfolio. Here, walks us through the ins-and-outs of his JavaOne 2014 talk, ‘Supercharging Reflective Libraries with InvokeDynamic.’ What’s your background working with InvokeDynamic, and […]

Read more

The JCP people have spoken Heather Van Cura took to Oracle’s official blog this September to confirm the unanimous approval of seven JSRs (Java Specification Requests) for Java EE, with 24 votes in total from the JCP Executive Committee. Now they’ve had the official stamp of approval, the JSRs are ready and waiting for Expert […]

Read more