Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 25
Hello and welcome to the Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 25.
1. Blog Posts
In case you have missed any of my posts, here is the list of articles we published this week.
- HTTP Client in Java 9 [Guide to the HTTP Client in Java 9.Explore the new Java 9 HttpClient module which provides a lot of flexibility and powerful features.]
- Guide to the Spring @Lazy Annotation [Guide to the Spring @Lazy annotation. Learn how to lazily instantiate and control the Spring beans using the @Lazy annotation.]
2. Spring & Java Community
- Spring Boot + JPA + Hibernate + Oracle [Steps needed to combine the power of Spring Boot, Hibernate, and Oracle.]
- The State of Java in 2018
- The magic behind the magic: Spring Boot Autoconfiguration [Dig into the magic behind the Spring Boot autoconfiguration.]
- Strangler Pattern: How to Keep Sane With Legacy Monolith Applications [What’s a Strangler Pattern, how does it translates to a Strangler Application and how it all connects to microservices?]
- How to break a Monolith into Microservices
- Oracle sets date for end of Java 8 updates [Oracle said public updates for Java SE 8 released after January 2019 will not be available for business, commercial, or production use without a commercial license.]
- Oracle Kills JavaOne [Oracle has announced the end of their flagship Java developer conference.]
- Proposed Schedule for JDK 11
3. JPA / Persistence
I do not work very closely in JPA or Hibernate but following few of the blogs for some of the interesting insight into Persistence
- How to avoid the Hibernate Query Cache N+1 issue
- Hibernate Tips: How to map the latest element of an association
4. Spring and Java Releases
- Dependency Management Plugin 1.0.5.RELEASE
- Spring Cloud Finchley.RC1 Has Been Released
- Jakarta EE is officially out
- IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1.2 is released!
- Oracle Releases GraalVM 1.0
5. Presentations and Videos
- Session State Caching with Spring Webinar [Following this webinar, you will understand how session state caching using Spring Session with Apache Geode. ]
- Spring Tips: Spring Statemachine [Look at how to extricate process state – valuable for coordinating long-running or multi-actor processes – from business logic with Spring State machine.]
- Presentation: Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and React [Matt Raible shows how to develop with Java 8, Spring Boot, React, and TypeScript.]
We will be back with our next weekly newsletter with some more insight details about Java and Spring community.
Happy coding and Have a great day !!!!
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