This is the second article of a springboot & reactjs article series about server side rendering and progressive enhancement. In the first article we have learned how to render a ReactJS app on the server with nashorn. However, actually it is not really an "app" yet. Currently we just see a static list of awesome products...
springboot & reactjs article series
- server side rendering ✅
So that's it. Three days, 2.000 Developers from 20 countries, over 140 speakers from around the world, and one outstanding beautiful city. It is for the first time, when Devoxx Poland (previously known as 33rd Degree), one of the most recognizable European Java Conference took place in Krakow, the city of the polish kings, and one of the most important places in whole polish history. It took place from Monday to Wednesday last week in the ICE Conference Center, which is located directly by the Vistula river, with beautiful view over the Wawel Royal Castle.
- JSLint by Doug Crockford himself
Particularly to people using C++ and Python the Qt framework is probably quite well-known, as in these communities it's one of the most-used frameworks for application development. For those who don't know what Qt is or what it does: it's a comprehensive LGPL-licensed framework providing cross-platform support for GUI, network, multimedia, database, sensors, graphics (OpenGL) and many other features. In this article I would like to give a quick overview of these.
Today's post targets an API, which has been released on Dec. 11, 2006; the
javax.scripting package  and a lot of good articles that have been written around it.
The intention for this post is not about 'how to use the scripting packaging', but about gluse. So what do I mean with the phrase gluse? Gluse is a coinage
for glue and (re)usage. As many of the Java developer know about the plenty of good libraries from maven central / github and the integration process, a few of them
might ask how to integrate libraries from other languages as well. As many of the every day problems have already bean addressed, there is a good chance that someone else has done the job for you and is willing to share.
At synyx, we are looking at vert.x for an upcoming project where we are building a system that will need to scale under load. The tag-line of vert.x is effortless asynchronous application development for the modern web and enterprise, which fits the bill, so I decided to play around with it a little bit.