Choose the right Singleton pattern for your project. Learn about the different ways to implement the Singleton pattern, and how to use the pattern to create a database connection whose parameters can be updated after a Java application has been compiled.
Payene Denis Kombate explores the pros and cons of various ways to implement the Singleton pattern in his article titled Effective Ways to Implement and Use the Singleton Design Pattern. His comparison includes (more...)
Java 9 introduces JShell and a Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) for the Java Programming Language. REPL allows you to evaluate code snippets such as declarations, statements, expressions. You can test your code as you create it, and way before you are done with your whole project.
By Barbara Verble, Manager JD Edwards Information Development
In just a few years, the Internet of Things has exploded
across the technology world and beyond. For businesses running on ERP systems,
the Internet of Things is no longer just a futuristic idea, but a clear and
present opportunity. It’s not the proverbial elephant in the room because the
techie and business blogosphere can’t STOP talking about it.
What about the Internet of Things and ERP? (more...)
Due to recent JavaFX ports, you can now create Java client applications that can be deployed on desktop, laptop, and embedded systems, as well as on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. In this Java Magazine recent article, Johan Vos explores the state of JavaFX on mobile devices, focusing on the Android platform.
As Vos explains, like Java, one of the key benefits of JavaFX is the 'write once, run anywhere' paradigm. (more...)
To celebrate 20 Years of Java we did a cross-country tour in Brazil for 20 days, visiting Java User Groups and Events across the country. It was long and grueling, but a lot of fun. And most importantly, we got to eat cake! Cake for breakfast (thanks to Otavio and his chocolate passion) and a Java cake for dinner... every single day!
We raced robots in Campinas
And ate SOUJAVA cake!
Gave our support to the (more...)
Want to keep your skills up to date? The next Virtual Technology Summit (VTS) offers tutorials on Java 8 Lambdas, building a robot with 3D parts and Docker. Come with your questions and chat with the session speakers who are available to answer any questions
The sessions are one hour long. The agenda is:
- 9:30 am: Docker for Java Developers - best-in-class platform to test and manage releases.
- 10:30 am: Pi on Wheels, Make Your (more...)