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asdf install GraalVM Java

GraalVM Java is the High-performance runtime with new compiler optimizations to accelerate Java application performance and lower infrastructure costs on premises and in the cloud. GraalVM Java provides new innovation for the Java platform:

  • Makes Java applications go faster

  • True microservice solution for Java

  • Perfect for containerized workloads

asdf is a single CLI tool for managing multiple runtime versions. It extend with a simple plugin system to install your favourite language: Dart, Elixir, Flutter, Golang (Go), Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby …

This article is about how to use asdf and Java plugin to install GraalVM Java on macOS with the Homebrew package manager.

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Rust Rocket Docker with multiple build stages

Rocket is a web framework for Rust. Rocket aims to be fast, easy, and flexible while offering guaranteed safety and security where it can. Importantly, Rocket also aims to be fun, and it accomplishes this by ensuring that you write as little code as needed to accomplish your task.

Multistage builds are useful to anyone who has struggled to optimize Dockerfiles while keeping them easy to read and maintain. See Use multi-stage builds | Docker Documentation - https://docs.docker.com/develop/develop-images/multistage-build/ to learn more.

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Gradle, Spring Native and GraalVM Java

Spring Native provides support for compiling Spring applications to native executables using the GraalVM native-image compiler.

Compared to the Java Virtual Machine, native images can enable cheaper and more sustainable hosting for many types of workloads. These include microservices, function workloads, well suited to containers, and Kubernetes

Gradle is an open-source build automation tool focused on flexibility and performance. Gradle build scripts are written using a Groovy - https://groovy-lang.org/ or Kotlin - https://kotlinlang.org/ DSL. Read about Gradle features - https://gradle.org/features/ to learn what is possible with Gradle.

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Crnk Spring Boot example

Crnk is a native resource-oriented rest library where resources and relationships are first class citizens and not just path mappings on methods. Model your application as resources and relationships and implement the repositories to access them. This simplifies development and opens up many, powerful new possibilities:

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