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  • JPA 2.2 Brings Some Highly Anticipated Changes

    Released this past summer, JPA 2.2 delivered some frequently requested enhancements, especially by providing better alignment with Java 8 features, such as support for the Date and Time API and the retrieval of a query result as a Stream.

  • The Java Evolution of Eclipse Collections

    With each successive version of Java, frameworks must adapt and transform in order to stay current. This article aims to describe some of the new Java 8 features in Eclipse Collections, a high performance collections framework for Java, and looks ahead at some of the new things we’ve done to prepare for Java 9. This article will walk through these new features and changes.

  • EIP Designer: Bridging the Gap Between EA and Development

    This article presents the EIP Designer project, an Eclipse-based tool for introducing integration patterns into an EA design, providing fluidity and continuity while filling the gap existing between EA practices and concrete software development.

  • Interview with Mike McQuaid about Git in Practice

    Mike McQuaid, Software Engineer at GitHub, has written "Git in Practice" which provides over 60 techniques for working with and managing Git projects. InfoQ caught up with Mike, and asked about it, including his advice for teams considering migrating to Git and what tools to use.

  • Book Review and Interview: Mastering Eclipse Plug-in Development

    Regular InfoQ Java contributor Dr. Alex Blewitt has recently published a follow-up to last year’s "Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example”. Called “Mastering Eclipse Plug-in Development,” the book, like its predecessor, is essentially a tutorial, but it assumes that you are already familiar with the basics of building plug-ins for the Eclipse IDE, and rapidly dives into advanced topics. 

  • Interview with Andy Piper on the Eclipse Paho project and the Internet of Things

    MQTT provides the communications link for low-power systems. InfoQ caught up with Andy Piper, lead of the Eclipse Paho project, to find out more about the history of MQTT and why it is being used by internet scale companies such as Facebook.

  • Practical MQTT with Paho

    MQTT is making the Internet of Things an interoperable and flexible world where the smallest devices can talk to the largest of servers. Obtaining valuable information from anything from a single temperature sensor to an industrial machine can be handled over an MQTT-based platform. What is MQTT and where do we find the libraries to talk with it? This article presents the Eclipse Paho project.

  • Interview with Joel Murach - Author of Murach's Android Programming

    Murach Publishing continues to provide quality content for programmers by updating their titles regularly. Murach Android Programming by Joel Murach attempts to provide a comprehensive coverage of Android with plenty of screenshots and source codes to help developers to code in real world situations.

  • Book Review: Building Applications with the Android SDK, 2nd Edition

    The Android Developer’s Cookbook: Building Applications with the Android SDK, 2nd Edition is a collaborative effort by Ronan Schwarz, Phil Dutson, James Steele and Nelson To. The authors have succeeded in providing a solid reference book. A book for mobile app developers that can serve as an authoritative guide for newbies and intermediate to expert devs for creating awesome mobile apps.

  • Book Review:"Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example"

    Regular InfoQ Java contributor Dr. Alex Blewitt recently published “Eclipse 4 Plug-in Development by Example” via PACKT publishing. Using Java as its language, the book provides a thorough tutorial for would-be Eclipse Plug-in developers. Later chapters cover build automation and detailed coverage of the Eclipse 4 model.

  • How to Integrate Models And Code

    While creating models in a form or another is very common, their combination with the code has been challenging. As a result, models are usually thrown away once the implementation has progressed. The reason is partly in the modeling languages used and partly in the tools applied. The article describes proven practices for working with both models and code.

  • Challenges and Opportunities in Mobile Application Development and Mobile DSLs

    Converged Mobile Solutions differ significantly from their Web and Desktop counterparts: they often rely on a sophisticated compared to their scope, while the User Experience and Device Capabilities are paramount to their success. We review the Mobile Technologies, Development Tools and Processes and detail how a DSL can simplify the delivery of Rich Cross Platforms Mobile Solutions.

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