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JUnit Cheat Sheet

This post continues our series of the most useful and beautiful cheat sheets from which software engineers can learn the most frequently used commands, idioms, and best practices on various topics.

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JRebel 6.4.8 focusing on Eclipse remote server configuration

ZeroTurnaround is further improving the ease of use for JRebel’s Eclipse remote server users. The UI for remote server configuration has been redesigned to provide more precise control over projects.

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Speeding up Android builds with an incremental Java compiler

Since we launched JRebel for Android last year, we’ve learned a lot about the Android build system, how it behaves in real-world projects, and where actual build time bottlenecks occur. Most of this invaluable feedback came from our JRebel for Android users and provided us ideas on how to make it even faster!

Today, I’m pleased to announce that the JRebel for Android now includes an incremental compiler that makes the performance of code and resource updating even snappier.

When you use the default toolchain, specifically Android Studio and Gradle, there are two major tasks in the build process of an Android app that are not entirely incremental. First is the compilation of Java source files and the other is resource packaging. In this post, I wanted to share some details about the compilation aspect and how we made it incremental, what challenges still exist and where it can take you performance wise.

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Spring and Java EE – Head to Head

Spring v JavaEE

Spring and Java EE are largely considered competing technologies. Our recent RebelLabs tools and technologies report asked whether which Java EE versions people used and whether or not they used Spring.

However, we’re trying to understand better what exactly developers mean when they say “I use Spring” or “I use Java EE.” Are we talking about the servlet classes being used underneath it all or the full blown profile? We’ll find it out by asking you for a little more detail in our new 5 question mini-survey.

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Most popular and the best Java Frameworks, Tools, and Libraries 2016

We recently released the RebelLabs Java Tools and Technology report 2016. In case you missed it, we showed you the survey results from over 2000 fellow geeks. There were winners and losers in the report, but in this post, we’re going to focus on the success stories! First of all, here’s an image that shows 12 winners from the report that we were excited to tell you about.

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4 JPA Best Practices for Better Application Performance

You know how when you say a word too many times, it loses its meaning?
Performance. Performance. Perfromance. Perfroamnce. Prefroanmce. Prefornacme. Hold the door!

Sometimes that happens with “performance,” especially when there are so many points of failure which are out of your control. But one thing you can control as a developer, is how your code uses the database.

This post gives you a slideshare for 4 JPA best practices for better application performance.

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Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016

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Welcome to the Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016. This is a massive report that is focused on analyzing the data about the tools and technologies Java developers use.
There are three main parts to this report and they can be found through the links below:

Alternatively, you can download a single pdf version of the report and enjoy it all at once:

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Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016: Pivoting data

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Welcome to the Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016. This is a massive report that is focused on analyzing the data about the tools and technologies Java developers use.
There are three main parts to this report and they can be found through the links below:

Alternatively, you can download a single pdf version of the report and enjoy it all at once:

GET THE PDF NOW

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Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016: Trends and Historical data

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Welcome to the Java Tools and Technologies Landscape Report 2016. This is a massive report that is focused on analyzing the data about the tools and technologies Java developers use.
There are three main parts to this report and they can be found through the links below:

Alternatively, you can download a single pdf version of the report and enjoy it all at once:

GET THE PDF NOW

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Nine Neins – Where Java EE will never take you with Markus Eisele

This Virtual JUG session was about software architecture. This time we focused on microservices and how our understanding of the role that middleware takes should change to accommodate to the new distributed approach to designing complex systems.

Markus Eisele is a Java Champion, former Java EE Expert Group member, Java community leader of German DOAG, founder of JavaLand, reputed speaker at Java conferences around the world, and a very well known figure in the Enterprise Java world. These days he works for Lightbend as a developer advocate.

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