All posts tagged with 'NetBeans'

Digging deep into Spring Boots “Starter”


First of all: Congratulations Thorben for releasing Hibernate Tips on time. I’ve read through a lot of the tipps and my review on Amazon still stands: If you want to get a real good knowledge of Hibernate, JPA and databases, make sure you get Thorbens book in combination with Vlads High-Performance Java Persistence. They have […]

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Using JShell in NetBeans


With Java 9 comes JShell, the first official Java Read-Eval-Print-Loop (REPL). The Takipi blog has a nice article out, just in case you don’t know nothing about it. Read it here: Java 9 Early Access: A Hands-on Session with JShell – The Java REPL. I’m gonna show you today a short screen cast using the […]

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Java: 2016 recap


As last year I’m gonna write a short recap here. In global life, 2016 wasn’t a good year, in my private and work life however, 2016 was the best year in a long time. Java activity started early 2016, first with an Euregio JUG event having Bert-Jan in Aachen, NetBeans day in Utrecht and Java […]

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Oracle JET: JavaScript components for mere mortals?


The final post in this series is about adding a front end to the analytic queries created with jOOQ and published through Spring Boot / MVC throughout the previous posts: Database centric applications with Spring Boot and jOOQ Create a Oracle Database Docker container for your Spring Boot + jOOQ application Take control of your […]

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