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Building native images with Spring Native and Liberica NIK

Building native images with Spring Native and Liberica NIK

  • Dmitry Chuyko
  • Announcements
Spring Native is still in the experimental phase, but with Liberica Native Image Kit it can already build native images with ridiculously low startup times. In this article we will walk you through the steps...
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Java 17 features and tools

Java 17 features and tools

  • Dmitry Chuyko
  • Announcements
When we think of new Java™, we like to imagine it being like a sleek modern car from the respected series — true to its roots, but fast, comfortable, and updated with all the gizmos...
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Liberica 8u302, 11.0.12, and 16.0.2 are generally available

Liberica 8u302, 11.0.12, and 16.0.2 are generally available

  • Aleksei Voitylov
  • Announcements
The quarterly release cadence is the best thing that happened to Java™. Once again, it proves its effectiveness, as the three new CPUs of Liberica JDK — 8u302, 11.0.12, and 16.0.2 — eliminate an outstanding...
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Java support and reasons why your applications need it

Java support and reasons why your applications need it

  • Alex Belokrylov
  • Announcements
In this article we talk about the most effective way to secure your apps and make them stable ー technical support. The quality of your runtime is crucial for your applications to work and we...
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Efficient code vs string concatenation

Efficient code vs string concatenation

  • Dmitry Chuyko
  • Announcements
BellSoft is starting a series called Solve This Java™ Snippet! The premise is straightforward: our expert engineers will give a short piece of code and then explain what is wrong with it.
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Take Deployment by the Horns! Building Cloud-Native Java Microservices with OpenJDK. Part 2

Take Deployment by the Horns! Building Cloud-Native Java Microservices with OpenJDK. Part 2

  • Md Kamaruzzaman
  • Announcements
Welcome back to developing cloud-native applications based on microservice architecture. In the first part we introduced the goal: to build a sample e-commerce Java app. There we discussed domain-driven (as opposed to event-driven) design, the...
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