Java Annotated Monthly – June 2022
Hello in June! This month we will try to predict the future and say something about OpenJDK 19. We’ll read Kotlin books, recap recent conferences, and maybe even make a plan to go to one. Let’s start catching up with recent news and articles!
New Live Stream: Java-Friendly Machine Learning With the JSR381
Most machine learning (ML) toolkits require knowing Python. Although this is one of the leading programming languages in data science and ML, you can find several convenient alternatives. In the next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream, we will create an ML model step-by-step using only JSR-381. Our two guests, Frank Greco and Zoran Sevarac, will show us how to simplify ML in Java. Join us on Wednesday,
Java Annotated Monthly – May 2022
Each month, we take a dive into the latest Java community news. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage, have a seat, and let's go! Java News JEP 425: Virtual Threads – Learn about the introduction of virtual threads to the Java Platform. Virtual threads are lightweight threads that dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and observing high-throughput concurrent applications
New Live Stream: Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi
Join the IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream on Wednesday, April 20, at 17:00 CET / 15:00 UTC. Our special guest, Frank Delporte, author of Getting Started with Java on Raspberry Pi, will be giving a presentation entitled Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi.Java is a write once, run everywhere kind of language; but is it really possible to run Java everywhere? Even on SBCs? If you though
Java 18 Features Support
Java 18 has now been released, and starting from version 2022.1, IntelliJ IDEA offers support for it.
New Live Stream: Building REST APIs with Spring Boot
Spring Boot is very convenient to use when building REST APIs; it allows you to start with minimal configurations. But there’s always room for trouble to creep in. Join us for the next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream to learn how best to avoid this trouble in developing your project. During the February show, Dan Vega will show us how to make sure we’re following good practices when working with Spring
New Live Stream: Make IntelliJ IDEA Your Own
Images are a great way to personalize anything. Recently, a gif showing a customized IntelliJ IDEA caught my attention (here's its screenshot). It included a custom inspection with an avatar based on one of my very dear friends, Chandra Guntur, posted by another dear friend, Sirisha Pratha: This was a perfect opportunity for me to invite Sirisha to talk about how she has been customizing IntelliJ
Live Stream Summary: Spring Boot Loves K8s
On April 21, 2021, we had the pleasure of hosting the live stream ‘Spring Boot Loves K8s’ by Madhura Bhave, one of the awesome software engineers on the Spring Boot Team. The code in this live stream can be accessed using this link. Session details In this live stream, Madhura demonstrated features introduced in Spring Boot 2.3 and later versions that improved developing and deploying Spring Bo
Introducing the IntelliJ IDEA Guide
We'd like to introduce you to our fresh new IntelliJ IDEA Guide! We've been working on this in the background for a few months now by collecting tips and even taking some of our screencasts from YouTube and turning them into tutorials for our guide.
Creating New Jakarta Persistence/JPA Applications
Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) has gone through a major transformation and is now Jakarta EE. One of the most significant changes impacting developers is the namespace change from javax to jakarta. If you're new to JPA or creating new JPA applications, you might be wondering how to create your persistence applications. Your two options are: Create your new applications using the new jakarta na
Creating a Simple JPA Application
In this blog, we're going to look at how to create a simple JPA application in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. JPA allow you to store, access and manage Java objects in a relational database. If you want to create a Jakarta Persistence application with the new jakarta namespace, checkout this version of the blog or watch this video. Creating a new JPA Project First, we'll create a new project in IntelliJ
Creating a Simple Jakarta Persistence Application
In this blog, we're going to look at how to create a simple Jakarta Persistence application in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. Jakarta Persistence is the new name for the Java Persistence APIs also known as JPA. These APIs allow you to store, access and manage Java objects in a relational database. https://youtu.be/jB2uSJX7jnM This blog post covers the same material as the video with some additional tips