This quick article shows how to install and use JBang’s IntelliJ Idea plugin to create JBang projects and scripts in no time.
This article will discuss the Java ZGC garbage collector and how you can configure and use it to meet your needs in modern Java applications. What is the Java ZGC? The Java ZGC is a scalable low latency garbage collector that is production-ready since Java 15. The ZGC Collector is designed to minimize GC pauses, … Read more
Java 18 is finally available for download! In this article we will learn some of the most interesting Enhancement Proposals (JEPs) which are now available in the JDK.
This article will guide you in troubleshooting Java application by analysing a Thread dump with the instruments available in the JDK. We will also learn some tools to simplify our analysis.
Using Java as scripting language has become a popular option in the last few years thanks to the JShell tool. In this article we will learn how the JBang scripting tool can take your Java scripting power at another level.
JBang is a scripting tool which allows to run Java application with minimal set up, without the need of having a project configuration. In this tutorial we will learn how to use it to run a simple Java application and then we will be looking at a more complex example, which starts a Quarkus application.
In this brief article we will outline three JVM configuration parameters you can add to the JVM to handle a scenario when your application issues an OutOfMemoryError.
Here is my JBang cheatsheet which can help as a reference to code self-contained source-only Java programs with unmatched ease.
In this post I will keep some useful Java hacks and one-liners which are useful in every day programming