Developer Things: Java Logging eBook – Download Page

Developer Things: Java Logging Logging is a crucial part of any application for both debugging and audit purposes. Read about best practices and find how-to guides in our ebook. What’s in the Guide? Along with tools to help improve application performance, Stackify created our Developer Things series to deliver relevant, useful content to developers like you no matter where you …

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What’s New in Java 10

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Java 10 overview March 2018 saw the latest semi-annual release of Java: Java 10. In this article, we’ll examine the big changes introduced in this version, as well as talk about some of the smaller improvements that will make life easier for developers and ops alike. Java 10: Big changes The two big stories in Java 10 are: the new …

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A Start to Finish Guide to Docker with Java

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Intro to managing and running a containerized Java Spring Boot application Docker is a platform for packaging, deploying, and running applications in containers. It can run containers on any system that supports the platform: a developer’s laptop, systems on “on-prem,” or in the cloud without modification. Images, the packages Docker uses for applications, are truly cross-platform. Java microservices are a …

Pros and Cons of Java and Python

Java vs. Python: Coding Battle Royale

Ben Putano Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

While we all started to learn how to code with HTML, developing a sophisticated app requires a more advanced language. Java and Python are two of the hottest programming languages in the market right now because of their versatility, efficiency, and automation capabilities. Both languages have their merits and their flaws, but the main difference is that Java is statically …

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Top Java Blog Articles Below are some of our best Java blog articles that we highly recommend! We publish new content weekly about APM, Azure, DevOps, cloud computing and many other related topics! Performance Monitoring Learn how to monitor the performance of your Java applications. How to Track and Monitor Critical Java Application Metrics Java Virtual Machine: Critical Metrics You …

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The State of Logging in Java

Nicolas Frankel Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

When developing an application, chances are that it won’t perform as expected on the first run. In order to check what went wrong, developers in general use debuggers. But experienced developers know that if it happens in production, most debuggers won’t be available. Hence, they pepper the source code with logging statements to help their future self debug the next …

Retrace Java Monitoring & Java Application Performance Management

Full Stack Java Monitoring Monitor everything about your Java applications with one tool Start your free trial Get More than APM Retrace integrates code profiling, error tracking, application logs, and more Improve Your Code Quickly troubleshoot problems and identify ways to optimize your code Deep Performance Insights Retrace collects detailed snapshots of what your code is doing and how long …

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Optional Parameters in Java: Common Strategies and Approaches

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Introduction to optional parameters in Java  Unlike some languages such as Kotlin and Python, Java doesn’t provide built-in support for optional parameter values. Callers of a method must supply all of the variables defined in the method declaration. In this article, we’ll explore some strategies for dealing with optional parameters in Java. We’ll look at the strengths and weaknesses of …

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Understanding and Leveraging the Java Stack Trace

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Stack traces are probably one of the most common things you’re regularly running into while working as a Java developer. When unhandled exceptions are thrown, stack traces are simply printed to the console by default. Nevertheless, it’s easy to only have a surface-level understanding of what these are and how to use them. This article will shed light on the …

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A Detailed Guide to Enterprise Java Beans w/Code Examples

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

A Brief History of EJB By 1996, Java had already become popular among developer for its friendly APIs and automated Garbage Collection and was starting to be widely used in back-end systems. One problem, however, was that most of these systems needed the same set of standard capabilities – such as persistence, transaction integrity, and concurrency control – which the …

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What’s New in Retrace: Java on Windows Support Now Available

Alexandra Altvater Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Stackify Product & Company Updates

We are happy to announce the release of Java on Windows in Retrace! This latest Retrace release aims to provide first-class support for monitoring Java web applications and services running on Windows systems. Now all the Java APM features that you could use on Linux are now also available for Windows! In addition, the release supports the most commonly used …

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Developer Things Presents A Breakdown of Java Logging

Developer Things: Java Logging Along with tools to help improve application performance, Stackify created our Developer Things series to deliver relevant, useful content to developers like you no matter where you are.  In our newest eBook on Java Logging, we take a close look at a variety of concepts, including Maven Configuration Logback Spring Web Applications And more! Just fill …

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The State of Java in 2018

Thorben Janssen Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

2017 has been a turbulent year in the Java world. The long-awaited release of Java 9 brought a lot of changes and interesting new features, and Oracle announced a new release schedule for the JDK. And that was just the beginning. In the past, developers often complained that Java wasn’t developing fast enough. I don’t think you will hear these …

Retrace: APM + Errors + Logging + Metrics for .Net & Java Developers

Proactively Improve Application Performance Retrace users proactively identify more issues in QA and continuously improve and observe applications in production environments Start Free Trial Prefix is not currently available for mobile or tablet devices Proactively Improve Application Performance Retrace users proactively identify more issues in QA and continuously improve and observe applications in production environments Start Free Trial Explore Sandbox …

Learn to Fully Leverage JavaServer Faces

Eugen Paraschiv Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

JavaServer Faces as a Web Framework The focus of this article is to introduce and explain the JavaServer Faces framework. We’re going to start with a high-level look and them move on to the core details of JSF, on a practical example. JavaServer Faces is not just a web component framework. It also provides the whole programming model of interaction …