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Java 21 is finally here! Java 21 is the first long-term support (LTS) release since Java 17 was released two years ago. And you can try it all out now on Open Liberty 22.214.171.124.
Changes Included in the Stable release 23.08 of Azul Zulu Prime Builds of OpenJDK
The new Stable Azul Zulu Prime Build of OpenJDK brings many improvements and fixes to bring a more performant and secure runtime to your environment.
JVector is a pure Java embedded vector search engine that powers DataStax Astra and is being added to Apache Cassandra.
New FXComponents Library Released
A new library for Java / JavaFX has just been released. The library’s name is FXComponents and it is a Java library that contains a collection of new controls to be used in JavaFX applications.
Foojay Podcast #28: Java 21 Has Arrived!
Since 2018, we get a new version of Java every 6 months. And version 21, released during today, is a long-term support version that can be used for many years.
Extending Availability of IBM Semeru Runtimes V11 Beyond October 2024
BM has extended the availability of IBM Semeru Runtimes V11 from Oct 2024 to Nov 2026. Semeru Runtimes is IBM’s build of OpenJDK with Eclipse OpenJ9 technology.
New JavaFX theme library “Transit” released
A new Java (JavaFX) theme has been released. This is a new theme called “Transit” and it builds upon the lessons learned while developing JMetro.
Azul Enhances ReadyNow to Solve Java’s Warmup Problem, Simplify Operations, and Optimize Cloud Costs
ReadyNow Orchestrator delivers the highest possible optimized code speed at warmup while making deployment easier for containerized Java workloads and CI/CD pipelines, and requires no changes to Java applications.
Debugging OpenJDK Tests in VSCode (Without Losing Your Mind)
jtreg is the test harness used by the JDK test framework. Attaching a debugger like gdb is possible but rather cumbersome,
Vaadin 24.1: Bringing You More Than Minor Improvements!
While Vaadin 24.0 was about upgrading the technology baseline and compatibility, this version brings you new features!
JavaFinder: Keeping Track of Java Inventories
Do you ever wonder how many Java distributions you have installed on your machine?