As TechTarget updates the WhatIs database, I've been tasked with providing a new definition to the simple term "IDE." And I've decided to pass that job onto the readership because I'm busy doing other things. Any chance you could help me?
TheServerSide has Android advocate and prolific author of various Java and Ruby Dummies books on site reporting back about what's new at this tenth Google I/O conference. Take a look at his full account of the big things that happened on the first day of the conference, including a variety of product announcements and feature improvements for new products like Google Duo, Google Allo and stalwards like Android Studio and the PlayStore.
Big data is becoming more wide-spread and there are many parties that are driving that growth. However, big data, in return, is driving cognitive computing growth. This blog post discusses just that, big data storage needs and how machine learning methods fits in the picture.
CompletableFuture vs Future: going async with Java 8 new features
Java 8 was released in March 2014 and arrived with a long list of new features. One of the less talked about, extremely useful, yet misunderstood features is a brand new and improved extension to the Future interface: CompletableFuture<T>.
Recently, I've been working on a new project using Spring. It's been a great chance to try out new things, gather all the best practices and see what comes out of it. One of the things that struck me was how confusing Spring naming is when trying to go the right way.
Let's say I want a class responsible for creating instances of my business classes. Something like:
This article explains the concept of Dependency Injection (DI) and how it works in Spring Java application development. You will learn about the advantages, disadvantages, and basics of DI with examples. Look further for more information.
Advantages of Dependency Injection
DI allows a client the flexibility of being configurable. Only client's behavior is fixed.