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A java web framework made by web developers for web developers
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Play Framework Plugin for NetBeans IDE (Geertjan's Blog)

Play Framework Plugin for NetBeans IDE (Geertjan's Blog) | playframework | Scoop.it

The start of minimal support for the Play Framework in NetBeans IDE 7.3 Beta would constitute (1) recognizing Play projects, (2) an action to run a Play project, and (3) classpath support.

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Installing Oracle Sun Java (JDK) and setting JAVA_HOME in Ubuntu (Linux)

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Installing OpenJDK can be very simple but not Oracle JDK.
While Oracle JDK (earlier Sun JDK) is under the Binary Code License (earlier Sun License), OpenJDK is under GPL with a linking exception.
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Java 8: New Features

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Java 8 is being actively developed by Oracle. The Java 8 release contains two major projects: Lambda and Jigsaw. Article discusses new features of Java 8.
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What’s New in Scala 2.10 - Martin Odersky at Oracle OpenWorld

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Larry Ellison (Oracle's CEO): I don't know if Java is free

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Programming book reviews, programming tutorials,programming news, C#, Ruby, Python,C, C++, PHP, Visual Basic, Computer book reviews, computer history, programming history, joomla, theory, spreadsheets and more.
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Java News Flash! Oracle Lays Out Java 9, 10 Roadmap

Java News Flash!  Oracle Lays Out Java 9, 10 Roadmap | playframework | Scoop.it
A faster JavaScript engine, a module system, and support for Java SE on mobile devices. These are just some of the features due in JDK 8 next year, but what's in store for Java 9 and 10. Find out...
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