Working with Private Registries

Need a specific capability in your application? Chances are there's a code library or package out there that already does the job.

Codewind in IntelliJ IDEA

Update on support for Codewind in IntelliJ IDEA

JDK 14 is now here, but will my Java application run on it?

Well, ... NO... as it turns out... for my specific application at least, here’s how I tested against JDK14, then found, debugged and fixed an issue in minutes! New versions of the layers in your...

Introducing Eclipse Codewind on IntelliJ

We recently announced the tech preview of Eclipse Codewind on the IntelliJ IDE. Many people have asked about IntelliJ, as it is a popular...

Sneak Peek: Remote Development with Codewind

In our Codewind 0.7.0 release, we’re very excited to share with you a preview of our latest feature: a remote development scenario with Codewind! We can hear you asking, “Why should I even care?”...

Want to get a microservice up and running super quickly? Try Codewind.

With Codewind, not only will you be able to choose your microservice from a list of templates, you’ll have a fully integrated container development environment for a smooth inner loop experience.

Enabling HTTPS in your Codewind Application

HTTPS is becoming increasingly common as the internet shifts to an HTTPS-only environment. In an unencrypted HTTP session, data is transferred in clear text, meaning anyone can eavesdrop on your...

Checking Node.js sub-dependencies licenses for usage and redistribution

Reusing Node.js modules from NPM is technically easy, but understanding the commercial legal usage and redistribution implications can be a ‘black art’.

A technical autopsy of a containerized ‘Node.js dependency insights’ microservice application

This blog focuses on the code to implement a cloud-native serverless Node.js microservice developed using Eclispe Codewind.

A new microservice to provide ‘Node.js sub-dependency license insights’

An overview and demonstration of a microservice that automates some Node.js sub-dependency management pain-points, developed using Eclipse Codewind. Note: I covered the pain points and manual...

My first cloud-native Node.js microservice, from nothing to running, immediately

Having read about the virtues of 12-factor Apps, I knew I wanted to develop a new microservice — something that would handle one task really well and be easy to deploy to any cloud, but did not have...

Great conversations about the Kabanero.io microservice end-to-end develop/deploy experience at ThinkLondon 2019.

Developers and CTOs alike, shared both enthusiasm and validation for the microservice develop-deploy stories in Kabanero.io at IBM’s ThinkLondon summit yesterday...

Introduction to Eclipse Codewind: Build high-quality cloud-native applications faster

Eclipse Codewind is an open source project that makes it easier for developers to create cloud-native applications within their favorite IDE. Codewind initially supports Visual Studio Code, Eclipse...