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How to Develop a Highly Customizable Product

Have you ever heard: ‘We really like your product…except for a few minor details.’? And then the CIO rolls out a list of additional ‘must have’ requirements, hundreds of them, to add to your amazing product. Have you ever heard, or even said: ‘Team, we are about to sign up a highly-profitable contract but…’? And then the customer’s wish list ...

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The Philosophy of the CUBA Platform

A huge amount has happened recently. Following the official launch of CUBA on 1st of June, we have rolled out a new release, published our first article on a few Java sites and presented the platform at the Devoxx UK сonference in London. But before the rush continues, about it is an apt time to articulate the philosophy behind CUBA. ...

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CUBA Platform – the new Java enterprise applications framework

So.. hello world! Our English website is finally live and now everyone can download the platform and start creating business applications faster than ever before, honestly. It took us six years of permanent evolution and occasional revolutions to get CUBA to the level of maturity before we decided it is good enough to share with the international Java community, including a couple of ...

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JPA 2.1 Entity Graph – Part 1: Named entity graphs

Lazy loading was often an issue with JPA 2.0. You have to define at the entity if you want to use FetchType.LAZY (default) or FetchType.EAGER to load the relation and this mode is always used. FetchType.EAGER is only used if we want to always load the relation. FetchType.LAZY is used in almost all of the cases to get a well ...

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5 tools for Java developers

A way to improve the Java code we write is to work with the best tools. So, let’s check out the 5 most used tools that IDR Solutions suggests to help Java Developers write better code. FindBugs FindBugs is an open source program, distributed under the terms of the Lesser GNU Public license and operates on Java bytecode rather than ...

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Java memory model is back

The Java memory model has been forgotten for more than nine years, but most open source Java supporters want to modernize it and focus on concurrency, as introduced in Java memory model takes small step toward modernization. A JEP (JDK Enhancement Proposal), number 188, has come up this month, offering guidance on shared-memory concurrency efforts that impact Java SE (Standard ...

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Using JacpFX clients with JSR 356 WebSockets

JSR 356 WebSockets are one of the new and exciting features in the upcoming JEE 7 release and includes Server- as well as Client API’s in its reference implementation. This makes it well suited to integrate it with JavaFX on client side. JacpFX is a RCP framework on top of JavaFX which uses a message based approach to interact with ...

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