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Gerard Davison02/03/14
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Post-Hoc Tracing Using a Debugger

One nice little feature of most debuggers that I have been exercising recently is the ability to log information on a breakpoint. This can be a really useful way to understand code without having to modify it or involve byte code modification, and in this article, you'll learn how to do it.

Alec Noller02/02/14
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The Best of the Week (Jan. 24): Big Data Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Big Data Zone. This week's best include parts 4 and 5 of Ayende Rahien's Big Data search exercise, a look at Julia, the high-performance programming language, a how-to for using database views in Grails, and more.

Brian O' Neill01/29/14
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Scala IDE in Eclipse (with 2.9.x and Juno... or not)

I'm taking the plunge into Scala to determine if it has any benefits over Java. To motivate that, I decided to play around with Spark/Shark against Cassandra.

Kosta Stojanovski01/28/14
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Eclipse's BIRT: Setting Bar-Chart Colors Programmatically via Scripting

This article was dedicated to setting chart colors via scripting in Eclipse's BIRT. Aside from that, some basic terms will be mentioned, such as report parameters, dataset/datasources, and persistent global variables.

Scott Lewis01/27/14
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Creating a RESTful Remote Service Provider

ECF's implementation of OSGi Remote Services supports the creation of custom distribution providers. Why would anyone wish to do this, when they could simply reuse one of the existing providers? Here are some good reasons.

Ian Skerrett01/15/14
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Growing an Open IoT Community in 2014

Eclipse M2M now has 13 projects focused on various aspects of M2M and IoT applications. A lot has been accomplished in the last 12 months that we can all be very proud of.

James Sugrue01/10/14
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Spring IDE and the Spring Tool Suite - Using Spring in Eclipse

DZone is proud to present this complete overhaul and update of the most popular article ever written on Javalobby. This article from 2008 is still one of the highest ranked pages on Google from DZone. Enjoy the 2014 version!

Hari Subramanian01/07/14
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Sonar Installation and Eclipse Plug-in

This Document tries to help you install Sonar, analyze your project with your Sonar installation, integrate with Eclipse, clean up violations dynamically, and practice better coding.

Len DiMaggio01/07/14
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Hunting for an SWT Test Framework? Say Hello to Red Deer

Red Deer is a new open source framework for developing SWT tests. Red Deer's goal is to be easy to use and easy to extend for your own custom application tests.

Michael Schnell12/29/13
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Eclipse Maven Tycho Xtext Archetype

Xtext comes with pretty good documentation, but if you want to automate the build for your little new DSL, you’re drifting into deep water.

Erich Styger12/25/13
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Eclipse Build Variables

This post is not about variables in my application code (which I debug). It is about using Variables in Eclipse for building projects.

Ian Skerrett12/21/13
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EclipseCon 2014: Diversity and Opportunity for Learning

The EclipseCon 2014 program and schedule was announced earlier this month.

Scott Lewis12/19/13
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Creating a RESTful Remote Service Provider

ECF's implementation of OSGi Remote Services supports the creation of custom distribution providers. Why would anyone wish to do this, when they could simply reuse one of the existing providers? Here are some good reasons...

Alec Noller12/09/13
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Android Emulators: What Options are Available?

This article discusses "The State of Android Emulators." We've posted a few different options for Android emulators in the past, but rather than focusing on the details of particular emulators, this author explores all of the options together, along with their origins and uses.

Chen Harel12/06/13
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GitHub’s 10,000 Most Popular Java Projects: Here are the Top Libraries They Use

In this article, you'll find a top 100 list of the most popular Java libraries, based on 10,000 GitHub projects and an analysis of the top trends in Java. Like the author, you may be surprised by some of the results.