Java & Eclipse


Oracle: Java EE Needs an Open Source Foundation

Company considering move "to make it more agile and responsive to changing industry and technology demands."

Azul Teams with Qualcomm on New Java Runtime for ARM in the Datacenter

The new versions of Azul's open source development and runtime platform for server-side Java applications are designed for the Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Server Processor.

Parasoft Releases New Unit Testing Assistant for Java

Jtest Unit Testing Assistant for Java is designed to help developers with the creation, assessment, and enhancement of unit tests.

JetBrains Releases 'Massive Update' of IntelliJ IDEA

Not surprisingly, support for the upcoming release of Java 9 is a focus in this version of the IDE -- specifically, support for the Java Platform Module System specification, better known as Jigsaw.

Spring Framework 5.0 Release Candidate Available

This release is a major revision of the core framework, the most comprehensive update since version 4.3.

Android O, Android Studio 3.0 Get Closer to Launch

Google yesterday promised the next version of its flagship Android mobile OS -- nicknamed Android O for now -- is "coming soon" as it announced the release of its final Developer Preview 4.

Python Tops IEEE Spectrum Programming Language Ranking

In a steady climb over the past three years, it now tops C, Java, C++ and C#.

Core Android Engineers Already Using, Liking Kotlin

"We're already using it ourselves to write code in Android Studio," says director of product management for Android. "We're so glad we did this."

Eclipse 'Oxygen' Release Train Is Java 9 Ready ... Almost

This year's coordinated release includes 83 open source projects comprising approximately 2 million net new lines of code (for a total of 71 million) from 287 committers and 664 contributors.

SmartBear Joins Eclipse MicroProfile Project

SmartBear, a provider of software quality tools, is the latest company to join the Eclipse MicroProfile Project, an effort to create a baseline platform definition that optimizes enterprise Java for microservices architecture.

AWS Cloud Seeks Developer Feedback on Java SDK Preview

Amazon Web Services is soliciting developer feedback for its updated Java SDK, built on Java 8, with new features and API changes.

IBM's New Microservices Builder Supports MicroProfile

IBM's new Microservices Builder tool is billed as a "complete user experience for creating, testing and deploying applications built with microservices."

Lightbend and IBM Collaborate on AI App Dev Tools

Lightbend and IBM are teaming up to develop a complete toolchain for Java and Scala developers building and deploying AI and cognitive applications in on-premises and cloud environments, the two companies announced today.

Hazelcast Enhances Real-Time Stream Processing Engine

In-memory data grid specialist Hazelcast Inc. announced the release of an updated version of its relatively new distributed processing engine for Big Data streams.

Java and JavaScript Top Latest RedMonk Language Rankings; Kotlin Gets a Spotlight

In the latest Programming Language Rankings from the industry watchers at RedMonk, Kotlin, a language that didn't make the Top 20, was given special attention in its discussion section.

Reinhold Dispels 'Misconceptions' About Jigsaw in Java 9

Mark Reinhold, chief architect of Oracle's Java Platform Group, believes the heated concerns bubbling up recently in the Java community about the readiness of the Java Platform Module System specification, better known as Jigsaw, for the upcoming release of Java 9 are based on a number of misconceptions.

Kotlin Gets First-Class Support on Android

Android developers were already able to use Kotlin through a plug-in, but from now on it'll ship alongside Java and C++ with the official Android IDE.

New Zing JVM Adds Falcon JIT Compiler

Java runtime solutions provider Azul Systems has just released Zing 17.03, the latest version of its Java Virtual Machine, with full support for its Falcon just-in-time compiler.

Eclipse IoT Group Unveils New Kura, Kapua and Open Testbeds

The Eclipse Foundation's Internet of Things Working Group released a new version of its Kura IoT framework last week, announced the first milestone release of its Kapua platform and announced the creation of a new initiative to drive the adoption of IoT open source and open standards.

'No' Vote on Jigsaw Doesn't Mean It Won't Be in Java 9

The final vote count was 10 for, 13 against, but the decision of the Executive Committee of the Java Community Process to reject JSR 376 doesn't mean we won't be seeing the long awaited, much delayed modularization of Java in the next release.

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