Author Archives: Trisha Gee

Java Annotated Monthly – May 2018

It’s only my (Trisha Gee’s) second month back at the helm of Annotated Monthly, and I’m using the opportunity to link to some of the backlog of articles I amassed while I was away. This month’s is a bumper edition, … Continue reading

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Spring and Spring Boot in IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1

IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 comes, as usual, with a lot of features to support developers who use Spring and Spring Boot. We also now have an OpenAPI for Spring Boot, which allows third party plugins to re-use, integrate with or extend the … Continue reading

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Webinar: IntelliJ IDEA and Java 10

Yesterday we ran a live webinar on Java 10 features and how to use them, particularly in IntelliJ IDEA (of course).  The recording is now available for you to view. During this webinar we look at: The major changes in … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – April 2018

This month it’s me, Trisha Gee, back at the helm of Java Annotated Monthly! The big news this last month was the release of Java 10, so soon after Java 9 that the hype still hasn’t died down from the … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: Java 10 and IntelliJ IDEA

We’re happy to announce a new webinar on Java 10 features and their support in IntelliJ IDEA. Join us Thursday, Apr 5, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM CEST.

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IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3: Debugger Improvements

As usual, the latest release of IntelliJ IDEA comes with improvements to help with debugging applications. New Overhead Tab Debugging an application comes with an inevitable cost. While we may know this, it’s not always obvious what this might be.  IntelliJ IDEA … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – November 2017

JavaOne usually has a lot of great presentations covering the Java and JVM ecosystem.  This year was no exception, and the timing coinciding nicely with the JDK 9 release means that all the Java 9 “up-and-coming features” talks could finally be definitive on what’s … Continue reading

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Creating Multi-Release JAR Files in IntelliJ IDEA

One of the interesting features of Java 9 is support for Multi-Release JAR Files.  What does this mean?  In the past, library developers had three options when it came to supporting newer versions of Java:

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Real World Java 9

Last week we hosted a live webinar covering the features of Java 9 that are most interesting to developers.  The recording is available here for those who missed it, and we also wanted to take this opportunity to answer all those questions … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – October 2017

Java 9 is here! At long last. This month we have lots of Java 9 content, of course, but that’s actually not the only Big News: not only is Java EE 8 also now available, but we can look forward to a new … Continue reading

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