The great thing with Eclipse is that you can configure a lot. In general, I’m happy with most of the defaults in Eclipse and CodeWarrior. Here are my top 10 things I change in Eclipse to make it even better:
For this week's poll, we wondered which modules were the most often used in the Spring framework. I've compiled a list of 28 Spring modules, and, this time, all you have to do is mark those you've used before.
Amazon now has a beta release for their Android Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin.
There are about 42 Amazon APIs in APIhub and by searching for them you can get an idea of the many amazon services you'll be able to harness if you're an Android developer.
Neal Ford thinks functional programming is coming to all mainstream languages and he has a tutorial to prepare Java folks. Also, key leaders at 10gen and PuppetLabs sound off on their respective niches - NoSQL and DevOps.
Part 2 of this helpful MQTT Tutorial. MQTT is a connectivity protocol designed for M2M. It is an extremely lightweight publish/subscribe messaging transport. Hear the Eclipse Foundation experts explain what you can use it for.
In this short video, Simon Maple and Andy Stanford-Clark show the new WebSphere Liberty Profile interfacing with Really Small Message Broker (RSMB) via an MQTT client (eclipse Paho). This results in MQ messages being sent to control devices 50 miles away on the Isle of Wight!
Today we learned that Spring is making a major step in the next iteration of their core framework.
SpringSource expects to reach the first milestone for 4.0 in April, with the GA scheduled for the end of the year.