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Category Archives: Java
The mission of vogella is to provide everyone with developer knowledge in plain simple English whether by online tutorials, books or training materials. Improving the text quality is a constant endeavour. It has to be done, because flawed texts become hard … Continue reading
With Eclipse Luna M6 and M7 we introduced the possibility to set the stylebits for user interface controls via persisted state data. Use “styleOverride” as key and the integer value for the SWT stylebits you want to use. For example … Continue reading
Lots of Eclipse 3.X RCP application which switched to Eclipse 4 as runtime complained that they get the QuickAccess search bar of the Eclipse IDE for “free”. Thanks to René Brandstetter for solving Bug 411821 this does not happen automatically … Continue reading
The following commands allow you to install Java 8 on your Ubuntu machine. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer
If you are developing Eclipse applications and plugins for users around the world, you should prepare them to be translated into several languages. While in other frameworks this process is quite straight forward (think of any webframework you know), in … Continue reading
I finally released the next edition of my Eclipse IDE book. I released two versions for the Kindle already and the last time I promised to deliver an update including handling Git with Eclipse. I used this opportunity to rework … Continue reading
I’m very honored to be now part of the Java Champions Group. The website describes the group as following: The Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders who are community-nominated and selected under a … Continue reading
Building Eclipse distributions in your own PC or in your company server is an important goal of the Eclipse CBI initiative and more broadly an important step of providing the LTS services around Eclipse technologies. LTS means that companies will be able to … Continue reading
We recently discussed with several people the fact the Eclipse IDE makes coding so simple that people actually lose the ability to write (Java) code without an IDE. So for the next few weeks I will post a few simple … Continue reading
This you want to integrate to Twitter from Java you can use the following library JTwitter. Try out the twitter integration with the following coding: Another Java Twitter Library is Twitter4J.