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Working with kubectl in Kubernetes

Kubectl is a command-line tool that helps us interact with our Kubernetes API server. In turn, it helps us manage our K8s cluster. In this quick tutorial, we’ll learn and explore some commonly used kubectl commands. Working with kubectl: Let’s look at kubectl‘s general syntax: Shell 1 kubectl [operation] [resource-type] [resource-name] [flags] When we don’t specify the resource name, it ...

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JMetro Version 11.6 And 8.6 Released

Back again with another JMetro release. This one marks a big milestone, with the style additions in this release, all JavaFX controls from the JavaFX library now have a JMetro style. Besides that, there is also a new JMetro style for ControlsFX StatusBar, style tweaks to existing styles, bug fixes, etc. Keep on reading for details. JMetro X.6 Release Details ...

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MQTT/AMQP design implications

If you’re working with embedded devices or telematics solutions, you might be hearing noise about a fairly new protocol called MQTT. It’s a relative newcomer to the network protocol world having been invented in 2009 and first published in the wild in 2010, it is roughly speaking to tcp based binary wire protocols what SPDY is to HTTP. At the ...

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Take control of your slow producers with READ-BEHIND CACHE

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In our connected world, we often use data from APIs that we don’t own or don’t have access to improve. If all things go right, their performance is good and everybody’s happy. But too many times we have to use APIs that have less than optimal latency. Of course, the answer is to cache that data. But, a cache that ...

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Hidden Treasures of Eclipse collections – 2019 edition

Eclipse Collections is an open source Java Collections framework. In this blog I am going to demonstrate five lesser known features of the framework. I published a similar blog in last year’s Java Advent Calendar. Please refer to the resources at the end of the blog for more information about the framework. 1. countBy(): When you want to find the count of ...

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OAuth 2.0 Java Guide: Secure Your App in 5 Minutes

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Easily deploy your app with Okta’s identity management platform Use Okta’s API to authenticate, manage, and secure users in any app within minutes. Try Okta today. Modern applications rely on user authentication, but it can present Java developers with a difficult challenge, as well as a range of framework-specific options to choose from. We have seen many Spring developers start ...

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Gradle Configuration

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about Gradle Configuration. 1. Technology Gradle is an open-source build tool for automatic task management. It builds upon the concept of Apache Ant, Apache Maven. Gradle is developed using the Groovy language. Gradle is developed using Groovy-based Domain Specific Language (DSL). The Gradle build contains the tasks in Groovy language, as Apache ...

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High Demand Android App Development Skills

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In this article, we are talking about android app development skills for app development. The standard Integrate Development Environment for Android developers is the Android studio. Android developers use the XML to create a foundational UI for android applications. The market of mobile apps is growing rapidly and if you are considering a career in mobile app development we have ...

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