(Jazmine Llaguno) Oracle will soon roll out Java 12 in March 2019 and new releases will drop once every six months thereafter. The goal is to make new releases more frequent for the Java ecosystem, with certain releases earmarked as long-term support (LTS).
(Ben Nadel) Earlier this week, I took a look at using wild card routes to create shortcuts in an Angular 7.2.5 application. That first approach worked; but, it required me to manually parse some of the more complex shortcuts using Regular Expression.
(K. Scott Allen) In a previous opinion, we looked at the responsibilities of the Startup class in ASP.NET Core. A consistent problem I run across in code reviews is the amount of code that gravitates into the Startup class, making the entire file cluttered and not well factored.
(Abhishek Kothari) In this post, we will discuss the concept java Command design pattern. The command design pattern is one of the behavioral design pattern in object oriented programming where the object is used to hide the information that is necessary to carry out an action or to activate events
(Yogi S) Third-Party Authentication like Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter, is easy to do in Identity System. Here I will create a feature that will allow users to Login with Google credentials.
(Michael Coburn and Tomer Shay) A common challenge with continuously deployed applications is that new and modified SQL queries are constantly being introduced to the application.
(Louis Davidson) In many of the Visual Studio projects we have where I work, there are Powershell and/or batch CMD files that we use to launch builds of an SSIS package, create directories, build databases, etc. For example our files that build SSIS projects do multiple steps:
(Pinal Dave) Yesterday, I had a very interesting situation, one of our Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check client immediately called me on Skype with his entire server going continuously stopping due to a very toxic poison wait type of Resource Semaphore.
(Jesper Krogh) The MySQL X DevAPI is the new API that provides a uniform API across the supported programming languages. It has from the beginning supported that you can specify a default schema, when you connect.
(Ben Nadel) The other day, I looked at how to use wild card routes to traverse arbitrarily nested data in an Angular 7.2.4 application.