How to Build Java Applications Today: January 11, 2021

I'll talk at CinJUG, decision tree: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?", and weekly links.

Introduction

This is issue no. 18 of my weekly newsletter “How To Build Java Applications Today”. The newsletter complements my site betterprojectsfaster.com.

This is the week of “How to Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?” Why? I announced my talk to the CinJUG about that very topic. And I put a decision tree on my site that helps with that question!

I'll talk at CinJUG: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?"

On January 20, I'll give a 45-minute talk to the "Cincinnati Java User's Group" about "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?". It's an online event, so you can sign up, too!

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Decision Tree: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?"

The "Tools" section has its first "decision tree"! It helps Java developers decide how they should build front-ends for web, mobile, and desktop today.

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Weekly Links: January 11, 2021

JetBrains: An update on SolarWinds, unblock your applications with R2DBC, Spring Data, and MariaDB, Netbeans 12.2, Tiobe declares Python programming language of 2020, and farewell to Flash.

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