Topic: java

Servoy’s Web platform goes open source

Though it uses the Affero General Public License, this release is aimed more at Web-native developers … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: With VMforce, Java enters the Cloud

It’s about time that Java entered the Cloud, and VMforce could help breathe new life into Java itself … continue reading

Bringing safety-critical application rigor to Java

LDRA announces that it will support Java in its tools, starting with Testbed, TBrun and TBvision … continue reading

From the Editors: Gosling’s escape is symbolic

Oracle will handle Java the way it sees best for its business; how will Visual Studio 2010’s new features play out? … continue reading

VMware targets Java for Salesforce cloud with VMforce

Salesforce and VMware promise a Java cloud this fall, combining VMware’s infrastructure with the Spring framework … continue reading

Integration Watch: Java 7 looking good

Java 7 adds support for dynamic languages, expanded libraries and reduced verbosity … continue reading

James Gosling leaves Oracle

“The Father of Java” at Sun Microsystems leaves the company that bought his old haunt, and he plans to take some time off … continue reading

Software AG’s IDE evolution is only Natural

NaturalONE aims to preserve Natural’s install base by appealing to Java developers working with existing applications … continue reading

Lift Framework brings Scala to Web

Java developers working with Scala now have a fast path to the Web in the latest version of the Rails-inspired framework … continue reading

Apache Pivot brings Java into RIA world

Open-source Java-based RIA framework brings speed of other RIA development environments to a pure Java world … continue reading

premium From the Editors: Looking back at 2009

The big stories of 2009: the cloud, Java and mobile development. For 2010, all those will be big and more … continue reading

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