Java on Visual Studio Code Update – January 2023
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by Nick Zhu
5d ago
Hi everyone, welcome to our first blog post of 2023! There are several exciting updates related to Spring extensions, code editing and performance that we wanted to share with you, so let’s get started. New Walkthrough for Spring Extension Pack Walkthrough is a multi-step, wizard-style experience for onboarding users to an extension featuring rich content. Ever since Visual Studio Code introduces the walkthrough format for extensions, it has become widely popular. Since we have made a lot of improvements for Spring extensions, we also made a refresh for the existing walkthrough for the Spring ..read more
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Microsoft Build of OpenJDK – January 2023 Release
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by Bruno Borges
1w ago
We are happy to announce the latest January 2023 patch & security update release for the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK. See the release notes for detailed changes present in the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK binaries. And download or install the binaries today. Below you can find the usual updates from the OpenJDK upstream community: List of fixes in OpenJDK 17 List of fixes in OpenJDK 11 As a reminder, the source code of our builds are now available on GitHub for further inspection: jdk17u and jdk11u. New Experimental Feature We continue to experiment an improved Escape Analysi ..read more
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Reactor Series: Build Your Own E2E Java Application in Azure!
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by Ricky Diep
2w ago
Overview Join us for an upcoming Microsoft Reactor Series where you’ll learn how to build your very own end-to-end cloud-native Java application in Azure. In this session, participants will be guided through the Cloud-Scale Data for Spring Developer Quick Start Guide by the host, Senior Cloud Advocate, Brian Benz. This Developers Quick Start guide walks the reader through real-world scenarios that Azure can solve. Specifically, this eBook will examine an eCommerce pet store and how to migrate its Java eCommerce store to Azure. Participants will also get to learn and gain direct hands-on experi ..read more
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Java on Azure Tooling Update – December 2022
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by Jialuo Gan
1M ago
Hi everyone, welcome back to the December update of Java on Azure Tooling. Firstly, Happy New Year to everyone in advance. In this update, we will introduce the new Code Sample feature for Azure SDK Reference Book. Besides, we have made some improvements in the integration with Function Core Tools, Data Sources and Drivers. To use these new features, please download and install the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. We hope you like these features. So let’s get started. Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ Improvements Code Samples in Azure SDK Reference Book As we have talked about in October blog, we are pla ..read more
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Java on Visual Studio Code Update – December 2022
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by Nick Zhu
1M ago
Hi everyone, we are near the end of year. Looking back on 2022, there are a few highlights that we wanted to share with you all: Highlights from 2022 Major Visualization Experience Upgrade for Spring Boot Extensions Starting earlier this year, we began to make a series of improvements on Spring Boot dashboard, aiming to increase Spring developer’s productivity on Visual Studio Code. This includes the beans and endpoints mapping view, more live information display for Spring applications and the brand new memory as a graph. We hope that these improvements make it easier to develop Spring applic ..read more
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Java on Azure Tooling Update – November 2022
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by Jialuo Gan
2M ago
Hi everyone, welcome back to the November update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce remote debugging support of Azure Spring Apps and Azure Function Apps. In addition, we have made some enhancements for users to configure App Settings more easily. Please download and install the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. We hope you like these features and enjoy the experience with our Azure toolkit. So let us get started. Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ Improvements Remote debugging Support of Azure Spring Apps and Azure Function Apps As we have talked about in October blog, remote debug ..read more
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What’s the deal with humongous objects in Java?
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by Stephanie Crater
2M ago
As a Software Engineer in Microsoft’s Java Engineering Group, part of my job is to analyze and improve the performance of Java’s garbage collectors. As a Java application runs, the garbage collector is responsible for allocating objects on the heap and freeing up heap space when those objects are no longer live. In this blog post, I’ll focus specifically on how the GC handles different volumes of live data and objects of various sizes.  If you’re running JDK 11 or later (and you should be), the default garbage collector is the Garbage First Garbage Collector (G1 GC). G1 is a regionalized ..read more
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Two million Java developers on Visual Studio Code! November 2022 Update
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by Nick Zhu
2M ago
Hi everyone, we are excited to share that now there are over two million Java developers on Visual Studio Code, this wouldn’t be possible without all the support from the community and our users, so thank you! For November update, we are bringing you new code editing feature such as postfix completion, optimized organize import. In addition, debugger gets a nice update as we support a new feature called “Step Into Target”. Lastly, we made some visual enhancements to the Spring components, so let’s get into it. Postfix Completion Postfix completion lets you add code snippets around an expressio ..read more
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Java on Azure Tooling Update – October 2022
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by Jialuo Gan
3M ago
Hi everyone, welcome back to the October update of Java on Azure Tooling. In this update, we will introduce our new roadmap in the next few months. In addition, we have made some improvements for developers to use deployment slots for Azure Functions in IDEs directly with our latest release. Please download and install the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. We hope you like these features and enjoy a smooth experience with our Azure toolkit. So let us get started. Roadmap Update Let’s talk about our investments for the next few months of Java on Azure Tooling. Our goal is to provide a seamless code-t ..read more
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Microsoft Build of OpenJDK – October 2022 PSU Release
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by Derek Keeler
3M ago
We are happy to announce the latest patch & security update release for the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK. You can find the usual updates from the OpenJDK upstream community: List of fixes in OpenJDK 17 List of fixes in OpenJDK 11 And you can also see the additional work that our team has put in place in our builds through the release notes. Starting with this release, developers can also see the exact changes we specifically made to our builds by inspecting the source code in our newly established Microsoft repositories for jdk17u and jdk11u. New Experimental Feature In this release, we ha ..read more
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