This article looks at many categories of Java defects that Kotlin prevents in addition to null safety. Kotlin showed a surprising impact on productivity.
This article looks at many categories of Java defects that Kotlin prevents in addition to null safety. My first article (5 cool thing about Kotlin) provided a brief introduction to Kotlin and showed a surprising impact on productivity.
It’s important to realize the difference in value in fixing a defect in one class versus preventing an entire category of Java defects from occurring in any class.
Today, the MVC pattern is used by well-known frameworks such as Ruby on Rails, Apple iOS Development, ASP.NET MVC, etc. While MVP is mostly used for ASP.NET Web Forms applications and MVVM is used by WPF, Caliburn, Silverlight, nRoute, and more. Which development pattern are you currently using in your software projects? Let us know in the comments below.
There are several popular ORM database libraries out there (SQLDelight, GreenDAO, SugarORM) but we’re going to see top 10 Android database library and nearly every one uses reflection for critical database interactions. Back-end developers get things done, plain and simple.
NOsql Object (NO2 a.k.a Nitrite) database is an open source nosql embedded document store written in Java. It has MongoDB like API. It supports both in-memory and single file based persistent store powered by MVStore engine of h2 database.
Blockchain is a public record of transactions. It’s also distributed, so instead of one person controlling everything, there are thousands of computers around the world connected to a network, and these thousands of computers together come to an agreement on which transactions are valid.
A blockchain, originally block chain,is a continuously growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked and secured using cryptography. Each block typically contains a hash pointer as a link to a previous block, a timestamp and transaction data.
Attempting to explain the advantages and disadvantages of blockchain technology, in it’s current format, for developing solutions.
Over the last 6 months, we’ve been attempting to pull apart blockchain, from concept, to economics. This article is designed to record some of our thoughts about blockchain and why it’s useful, or not. If we have something wrong, inaccurate or out of date, let us know in the comments!