Links for June 9th through June 13th
- Browsersync – Time-saving synchronised browser testing – Browsersync makes your tweaking and testing faster by synchronising file changes and interactions across multiple devices. It’s wicked-fast and totally free.
- Find the Android phone for you – With many Android phones to choose from, here's a great place to start.
Answer three or more quick questions, and we'll suggest phones just for you.
- Changes to the Swift Standard Library in 2.0 beta 1 #wwdc2015 #swiftlang – The standard library has some sparkly new online documentation. And as part of the WWDC sample code, there’s a playground all about the Swift standard library that is worth checking out. Also it looks like the developer forums for Swift no longer require a developer login to read either, if you want to take a look without registering.
- Top 10 things you need to know from WWDC 2015 as an iOS developer – If you don’t have time to watch the all the WWDC 2015 videos to find out what’s happening with Xcode 7, Swift 2.0, and iOS 9, read on for a quick summary of what you – as an iOS developer – need to know from WWDC this year.
- Java Garbage Collection handbook – Plumbr – Java Garbage Collection handbook
- Java Micro Frameworks: The New Trend You Can’t Ignore – Today, I’m taking a look at three of the more popular Java micro frameworks available: Ninja Framework, Spark, and Jodd.
- Why I stopped using Hashmaps for caches and switched to Guava Cache – In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at the Guava Cache implementation – basic usage, eviction policies, refreshing the cache and some interesting bulk operat
- A quick introduction to Docker – This is the source for the Docker Jumpstart, a short guide by Andrew Odewahn from O'Reilly Media to help you get up and running with Docker. Its table of contents is:
- Paw – The ultimate REST client for Mac – Paw is a full-featured and beautifully designed Mac app that makes interaction with REST services delightful. Either you are an API maker or consumer, Paw helps you build HTTP requests, inspect the server's response and even generate client code.
- iCloud for Developers #CloudKit – Keep your apps connected and up to date across iOS, OS X, and now on the web with CloudKit JS. With free public storage up to 1PB, it's never been easier to build and grow your apps using CloudKit.