Java Development Kit (JDK) 11 is now generally available bringing some productivity improvements and an HTTP Client API that implements HTTP/2.
The term “Microservices” has risen over the last few years describing a way to design software applications as independently deployable services.
When people say, “Spring Boot does everything”, it’s not clear what “everything” is.
If you are a java developer, there is a high probability that you have heard about spring or even used it in a few of your projects. Spring framework was created primarily as a Dependency Injection container but it is much more than that.
In order for a computer to be able to store text and numbers that humans can understand, there needs to be a code that transforms characters into numbers. TheUnicode standard defines such a code by using character encoding.
Somebody asked a question : How to explain dependency injection to a 5-year old?
Well, sounds like that kid’s in for a hard life…
I suggest, start with “Once upon a time” 😛
Use Apache Tomcat. It is free.
I don’t understand why firms spend millions of dollars on Java application servers like Oracle Weblogic or IBM WebSphere Application Server. I get why firms spend money on Red Hat JBoss — they want …