thursday, november 24, 2022
In this video, I’ll show how we can use Java Records in Quarkus applications.
We’ll see how to use records as JSON data transfer objects as well as embeddable database mappings and query result types.
saturday, november 19, 2022
Over the years, I’ve been writing a lot in English, which isn’t my mother tongue, and for writing titles (headlines, article titles, etc.) I always have to think which words to capitalize.
Thus, I’ve created a small tool, of course written in Java, that I use as command line tool, powered by Quarkus, Picocli, and GraalVM.
wednesday, november 16, 2022
In this video I’ll explain what you need to know about Java Records (JEP 395), what they are good for, how to use them, and why you should care:
thursday, november 10, 2022
In this video I’ll explain what you need to know about Java Text Blocks (JEP 378), how to use them, and why you should care:
saturday, november 05, 2022
Gmail offers a handy API integration if you want to send email from your applications.
I’ve created a video that shows how to configure your Gmail account, how to create and use credentials, and how to programmatically send email in Java.
Especially the part how to create your own credentials and how to get started can be a bit bumpy, so I hope this helps.
monday, october 31, 2022
It seems that a lot of people struggle a bit implementing an effective email workflow, especially with regards to INBOX Zero.
monday, october 03, 2022
As developers, we interact a lot with version control systems such as Git — at least we should.
In this video, I’m showing how to effectively use
git on the command line, so that you can stay fully on the keyboard, and so that you don’t miss anything from a WYSIWYG editor or IDE integration.
wednesday, september 07, 2022
Uploading files in an enterprise application sometimes turns out to be more tricky than it sounds.
I’ve recorded a video that shows how to upload single and multiple files in an HTML form upload with a Quarkus application.
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