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Links 1 through 10 of 68 by Oracle Technology Network tagged opensource

"With the Oracle Maven Repository now accessible one way to have explore its contents is to use the Maven Repositories viewer feature available in most development tools," says Steve Button. His post focuses on accessing the Repository with Eclipse.

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This video show Open ViewerFX, :an innovative JavaFX PDF Viewer combining the power of JavaFX with IDRsolutions industry leading PDF library to deliver a complete cross-platform PDF Reader/Viewer under the friendly LGPL Open Source license."

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Oracle recently extended a gesture of good will to the open source community by granting TCK scholarships to the Eclipse Foundation for certifying EclipseLink and Virgo.

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Exercises to learn lambda syntax and the Streams API. These tutorials are an open source project created by the Java community.

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Open source is all fine and dandy, but before throwing yourself – and untold lines of code – into a project, make sure you understand exactly what’s going to happen to your code’s copyrights. And to your career.

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Find out what what parts of JavaFX are already open source and what parts are coming, plus some interesting news.

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The JFXtras project, located at JFXtras.org, provides UI controls and other Java objects that developers often need in their day-to-day work, but that are currently missing from JavaFX.

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JavaCL is a BSD-licensed library that lets you use OpenCL from Java, in order to run massively-parallel computations on your graphic card (and/or CPU).

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The November/December issue of Java Magazine is now out, with several great Java stories. Subscribe for free.

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If you've been curious about GitHub then this short tutorial in the Open source Java projects series is for you. Get an overview of the source code repository that has changed the way that many developers work, both individually and collaboratively. Then try GitHub for yourself, using common Git commands to branch and commit your own open source project.

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