This month we had Oracle Code One dominate the lions share of everyone's attention with talks and announcements. So you will notice I have included more than my usual amount of videos, that feature some of the talks and panels from the event. Shortly afterwards was the first Jakarta One Virtual conference that finally announced Jakarta EE 8! Which explains the a large rise in Jakarta EE and MicroProfile content.
Below you will find a curated list of some of the most interesting news, articles and videos from this month. Cant wait until the end of the month? then visit our twitter page where we post all these articles as we find them!
This year marked the second edition of the Oracle Code One conference, which was formerly known as Java One. The conference is one of the most important Java conferences in the world and rightly so for many reasons! Which means that we at Payara couldn't miss being there. We were extraordinary busy at the conference, so we want to share with you a short summary of what happened, what it meant for Payara and for the whole Java community in general.
When creating instances, it can sometimes be a chore remembering what names are already in use or even coming up with a name to use in the first place! The Dynamic Instance Naming feature, sometimes called auto-naming, introduces a new option to the create-instance & create-local-instance commands that, when enabled, will resolve any name conflicts or generate a name for you.
If you want to run and debug your application from within an IDE using Payara Micro, you need to take different steps and use a different configuration then when you run the application with Payara Server. With Payara Micro, you can start the runtime from a jar file with no previous installation step. In this blog, I'll show you the steps to use IntelliJ IDEA with Payara Micro and how you can perform a hot reload of the application.