Welcome to This Week in Dev #4. From now on TWID will be published at the beginning of the week.
Let’s begin with Docker.
- Have you ever wondered how can you monitor your Docker instances? Arun Gupta has an interesting blog post on how to monitor your docker instances.
Time to jump on the JVM world.
- Java EE applications are not as heavyweight as you may expect and Sebastian Daschner explains why.
- We all have to find bugs. That’s how life is for a software developer. Voxxed has a nice article on how to efficiently troubleshoot Jave EE applications.
- Performance is always a key feature in your apps and plenty of times caching comes hand to hand with performance. Heroku has some tips on how to implement HTTP caching in Java with JAX-RS.
- Quinten De Swaef has been posting about microservices with Spring Boot and the Netflix stack. Part 1 – Spring Boot & Eureka, Part 2 – Spring Boot & Hystrix and Part 3 – Spring Boot & Feign.
Meanwhile, on Android.
- Looking to customise your status bar? There’s a library customise the status bar style.
- Bored of Java 7? Wait for Android N, it will support Java 8. At least some of it features. Is it a replacement for retrolambda?
Time to wrap up…
- Have you ever wondered what every browser knows about you?
- Extreme data compression, the Youtube channel for the Google Developers team explains how you can achieve extreme data compression.
And that’s it. See you next week.