A few months ago I picked up a brand new 15″ MacBook Pro. I thought to myself this is a perfect time to show others how I set up my local development environment for Java. With a fresh machine, this would be a lot easier to take students from step 1 to writing Java applications.
The reason I am telling you this is because I recently launched a new course around this. In this article, I am going to give you my tips for getting started with Java as well as some details about this course.
I was recently featured in the Online Course Masters podcast. I sat down with my friend Phil Ebiner to catch up and talk about life because we haven’t seen each other in awhile and of course about creating online courses.
Before we get to the podcast episode I want to tell you about Phil Ebiner and Online Course Masters.
I had an interesting problem come up at work last week and I would like to share it with you today. A coworker was having an issue with a Gradle build. Whenever he tried to compile the project it threw an error saying it couldn’t find the Groovy class he was trying to call from Java.
In this article, we are going to walk through setting up a project that will illustrate this problem. We will then examine what normal behavior is in a Gradle build and how we can make a change to fix this problem that we were facing.
After a few delays, Java 9 has finally been released. This is the first major release of Java since March 2014.
Java 9 is headlined by Jigsaw which is Java’s new modularity system. This is a huge change to how we will write Java programs going forward but there are also a lot of other great features being released in 9. In this article, we will talk briefly about some of the highlights in Java 9.
I am currently working on wrapping up a new section on MicroServices for my new course on JHipster. We could easily create a whole course around MicroServices alone so I am trying to keep this to more of an introduction.
I think one of the questions I hear most is “When should I use a MicroServices architecture in place of a Monolithic application?”. In this article, we will review what both of these are as well as give some recommendations on when to use Monolithic and when to use MicrosServices.
Angular CLI recently released its next major version, 1.3 (Hopper). There are some pretty great features in this release and I can’t wait to talk about a few of them here.
In this article, we are going to discuss how to check what version of the CLI you are running, how to upgrade and what new features 1.3 is giving us.
This question came in from a student in my Apache Groovy Development Course. It was actually quite interesting because it tripped me up at first before I understand what was going on behind the scenes.
The student was asking why when they created an integer but assigned to large of a number to it did the results end up like this.
int i = 2356524235623432414235234234
println i.class // java.lang.Integer
println i // 1413517242
I have been working really hard lately to wrap up my latest course on JHipster.
In one of the exercises, I have the students create their own application. In this application, one of the requirements is to make UI changes. When working with Angular you have probably come to expect to see those changes automatically reflected in the browser. In this tutorial, we will look at how to work with JHipster in Development.
In this tutorial, we are taking a look at a student’s question from my Spring Boot Introduction Course. This question has to do with the Spring CLI which is a great tool that allows you to quickly prototype with Spring.
I have created the spring boot application through spring CLI in the same way you showed in the video but my question is, How can we add multiple dependencies in our application through spring CLI? You have shown it for only one dependency i.e “web” using -d option but what if we want to add more dependencies through CLI?
In this article, I am going to talk through what the Spring CLI, how to install it and use it and of course answer the question above.