Rob Wormald, Lee Byron and Taras Mankovski discuss the strengths and weaknesses of Ember, Angular, and React and how one can benefit from each.
Sean Larking talks about the four concepts everyone should know when using Webpack so they can take and make it their own.
Jay Phelps leads a discussion with Jafar Husain and Stefan Penner through the history of the TC39 specification process, revealing new features coming to a browser near us: ES2015 and beyond.
Travis Cherry and Mary Ann Wayer discuss monolithic architectural patterns, JBoss apps, lessons learned moving to Spring MVC SPA, then microservices with Spring Boot, Netflix OSS and Spring Cloud.
Albert Yu presents a few viable, usable and effective defensive techniques that developers have often overlooked.
The authors discuss Spring Boot: development cycle with Devtools, H2 web console, persistent web sessions, managing cache, static resources in web apps, evolving a database schema and more.
Jarrod Overson talks about a world where passwords are traded, sold, verified, and used to exploit sites, how to recognize malicious traffic, and how to take a stand against attackers.
Sergi Almar talks about the Angular2 architecture and how TypeScript allows us to build more maintainable and clean applications having the benefits of a typed language.
Rossen Stoyanchev introduces reactive programming and discusses how it impacts application design from the perspective of a Java developer and what is the support for reactive web apps in Spring 5.
Paul Sears discusses the decisions to be made and questions asked when establishing the architecture and technologies to be used for a web application that scales and can adapt to change.