Why Docker Is Going To Dominate Your 2015 #docker – As enterprises look for ways to streamline development, Docker will continue to play an increasingly important role. So while you may have wished for world peace or even mobile phone service that consistently works, instead you're getting Docker. Consider
Latest Jackson integration improvements in Spring #json – Spring Jackson support has been improved lately to be more flexible and powerful. This blog post gives you an update about the most useful Jackson related features available in Spring Framework 4.x and Spring Boot. All the code samples are coming from this spring-jackson-demo sample application, feel free to have a look at the code.
The offline cookbook – The when/where/how of caching & serving content offline-first. – With ServiceWorker (intro) we gave up trying to solve offline, and gave developers the moving parts to go solve it themselves. It gives you control over caching and how requests are handled. That means you get to create your own patterns. Let's take a look at a few possible patterns in isolation, but in practice you'll likely use many of them in tandem depending on URL & context.
First look: Spring Boot and Docker – Everyone has eared that Spring Boot is the faster way to build applications. But, what everyone is trying to find right now is: What is the simplest and faster way to deploy applications?
Ionic: An AngularJS based framework on the rise – Write once, run anywhere. With Ionic, you can support Android 4+ and iOS 6+. This is certainly not anywhere, but covers the largest two mobile ecosystems. The Ionic framework manages to do only what it needs to do, while providing everything one may need a
WiFried: iOS 8 WiFi Performance Issues – I’ll go out on a limb and say the WiFi issues are because of Apple’s choice of using Bonjour over AWDL and that, given the constraints of the WiFi hardware, this will be difficult to get right. But perhaps I’m crazy, and this is just a bug that can be fixe