Which IDE do you use for Java development? Eclipse? NetBeans? IntelliJ IDEA? Do you know what its most powerful features are?
Generally, developers stick to one IDE and configure it to match their daily programming needs. They don’t consider a different IDE, not really being aware of what they’re missing.
Because comparing apples with oranges doesn’t make sense, let’s instead look at what the key problems are that each IDE tries to solve. Is a hybrid development environment imaginable, where each IDE is available?
Mobile has been a topic that has been making a buzz around the conferences over the past year so it is good to hear Oracle's official position. On Thursday 12th December there will be a webinar held jointly with Gartner to discuss
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OBIEE 11g Diagnostics Tools and How to Use Them
Andrew Higginbottom | Policy Automation Technical Zealot
Welcome to this TMT, today I will show you how to create a Web Determinations plugin. Plugins provide a mechanism to alter the default behavior throughout the Oracle Policy Automation web applications. You can use plugins to change the way pages and controls are rendered, the way sessions are loaded and saved, where rulebases are loaded from, and the way many other aspects of the applications work. Plugins are developed as Java or .NET classes and packaged and deployed as JARs or DLLs.